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Central Washington Hospital is the regional referral center and the largest healthcare facility in North Central Washington. The Hospital serves the needs of over 250,000 people, providing an exceptional patient experience, along with compassionate, personalized care.

As our community continues to grow and new technologies are developed, the future of quality healthcare becomes increasingly important. Philanthropy will continue to play an important role in the improvement of healthcare services provided at Central Washington Hospital.

We all want the best possible healthcare services. Together we can help make a difference to support Central Washington Hospital. Thank you for your support.

Community of Donors

  • Evans_Campbell_NoahCarl Campbell

    Mr. Campbell made a $1 million gift to the Central Washington Hospital Foundation from his personal account and from the “Carl and Betty Campbell Foundation of Caring Fund,” the foundation he established with his late wife Betty. Mr. Campbell is pictured (center) with former Central Washington Hospital President & CEO Jack Evans and Foundation Executive Director Abel Noah.

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  • Terry & Suzanne Sorom

    Terry SoromSuzanne and I have thoroughly appreciated Wenatchee since moving here in 1973. Wenatchee has been an ideal community for us to earn a living and to raise our four sons. We have been blessed to be an active part of this community’s spirit of “getting projects accomplished!” These projects make this a better place to live for all of us. Now it is our Hospital’s turn for upgrading and improvement, and we want to be a part of that effort.

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  • Sue and Mark Neel

    We would like to thank Sue and Mark Neel for
    Pictured (l to r) Don Atkin, Director of Perioperative Services; Rick Canning, Executive Vice President of Inpatient Services; Sue and Mark Neel
    Pictured (l to r) Don Atkin, Director of Perioperative Services; Rick Canning, Executive Vice President of Inpatient Services; Sue and Mark Neel
    their gracious generosity by purchasing a new Blood Temperature Management System for Central Washington Hospital's Cardiology and Surgery Departments.
    The Neels made this purchase on behalf of their family members Lonnie Vee and Frank V. Taylor and Marguerite and Vernon Neel.  Lonnie Vee was a former nurse, and her daughter Marguerite was a longtime  volunteer in the Hospital's records dept.

     

     

  • Washington Trust Bank

    Washington Trust BankWashington Trust Bank, the largest and oldest privately-owned commercial bank in the Pacific Northwest recently made a gift of $20,000 to Central Washington Hospital’s capital campaign. “Central Washington Hospital has a huge service area. Over 300,000 people depend on the hospital. We want to help ensure we all have the best health care possible,” said Vice President Hal Ebel.

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  • The Junior Service League of Wenatchee

    Junior Service League of WenatcheeThe Jr. Service League of Wenatchee has donated $3,800 to the Women’s Imaging from the proceeds of “My Girlfriend’s Closet.” These funds will be used to provide mammograms for women who cannot otherwise afford this potentially life-saving procedure.

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  • Cashmere Valley Bank

    Cashmere Valey BankEstablished in the small town of Cashmere in 1932 by two enterprising brothers, Cashmere Valley Bank has now grown to ten locations serving all of North Central Washington. Cashmere Valley Bank is committed to the communities they serve.

    They have a proud history of local ownership and support, and made a $50,000 gift to Central Washington Hospital Foundation’s capital campaign. They are dedicated to improving the lives of their customers by being good corporate neighbors and investing in the communities where they reside.

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  • Wenatchee Valley Street Rods

    Wenatchee-Valley-Street-RodsIn the fall of 2011, the Wenatchee Valley Street Rods announced a $10,000 gift to the Central Washington Hospital Foundation. The donation will benefit the Next Step Fund, toward the purchase of the LiteGait® Supported Walking Treadmill for our Rehabilitation Services. Through repetitive stimulation on the treadmill, brain injury and other types of patients are able to improve their ability to walk safely and securely.

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  • Nursing Students

    Nursing-Students-Baby-FeetFootprints on My Heart received a special gift from Wenatchee Valley College nursing students in July 2012. Rachel Snow headed up a drive among the students to provide support for the program. Barb Lawson, Director of the Mother-Baby Unit, explained, “The student nurses at WVC made a donation to the program after experiencing the program while on clinical rotation in the Mother-Baby Unit.” Together the students made a gift of nearly $400.00 to support families who have experienced perinatal loss.

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  • Mike & Joanne Walker

    Joanne Mike WalkerThere are few who have made as big an impact on the well-being of our community as Mike and Jo Ann Walker.  Their gift of stock, valued at over $100,000, to the capital campaign is but one example of their incredible community philanthropy.  The Walkers give from their hearts humbly and graciously.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Armada Golf Classic benefitting CWH Foundation

    September 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
  2. Board of Trustees

    September 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  3. Executive Meeting

    October 13 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
  4. Finance/Audit

    October 13 @ 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

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