Poudre Valley Prenatal (PVP) provides pregnancy care for low-income women. The PVP was established with the help of philanthropic dollars, including an endowment that helps support the PVP to this day.
UCHealth Northern Colorado Foundation honored Markley Motors and Beryl “Brownie” McGraw for their dedication to improving health in northern Colorado at the annual Celebration of Caring event Sept. 26 at the Drake Centre in Fort Collins. At the event, the foundation also announced the recipients of its 2019–2020 Employee Scholarship Program.
In its September 2019 newsletter, the Office of Suicide prevention highlighted UCHealth as a Rockstar Partner.
Our cancer patient assistance funds help patients with the financial distress they can experience as they undergo the often lengthy treatments a cancer diagnosis involves. We have an ambitious goal to raise $100,000 by the end of the year to replenish and grow our cancer patient assistance funds. These dollars help pay expenses such as rent, mortgage, utilities, gasoline and more. There is a demonstrated need to increase not only the amount granted to each patient but how many patients we can assist. Learn more and donate today.
Following through on its mission to provide medical care close to home, UCHealth has opened a new medical campus in Greeley, southwest of the intersection of U.S. 34 and 65th Avenue. The campus comprises Greeley Hospital and Greeley Medical Center.
If you’re a King Soopers shopper, you can enroll your loyalty card in the store’s Community Rewards program and select to benefit local diabetes programs.
The foundation has received a five-year grant aimed at developing and comprehensively implementing the Zero Suicide Framework within our health system. The premise of the Zero Suicide Framework is that suicide deaths for individuals under the care of health and behavioral health systems are preventable.
In June, 19 foursomes played at our 2019 Greeley Golf Classic to benefit Weld County cancer patients. The tournament netted more than $38,000 to support the Weld County Cancer Patient Assistance Fund.
The trend today is to simplify. It’s back to basics, and people are looking for simple ways to support their favorite causes. If you want to do more with less, a will can be a great way of giving an ultimate gift with nothing out of pocket today.
UCHealth Northern Colorado Foundation’s 40th Spring Benefit, presented by First National Bank, was on May 11 at Embassy Suites Loveland. Hundreds of community members gathered to celebrate, raising more than $255,000 for local medical research.
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