Through philanthropy we impact the health of our community.
TriState Health Foundation
TriState Health Foundation has provided TriState Health with more than $9 million in support for the advancement of equipment, services, and programs that benefit our community. From advance technology used to treat diseases to comfort care services, your gifts touch the lives of our patients every day.
Hospital philanthropy harnesses the power of generosity to transform the health and well-being of our community. It gives our patients and families a way to express gratitude and give back, and a means for community-minded individuals and corporations to invest in our vision to provide a link between our community and health for today and tomorrow.
TriState Health Foundation is devoted to helping TriState Health place people and their health as the first priority.
TriState Health Foundation is committed to providing the link between our community and healthcare for today and tomorrow. “Today’s investment in tomorrow’s health.”
Your Gifts At Work
Thank you to our community for your continued support throughout the years. Since our opening in 1985, your generous gifts allow us to continue placing people and their health as the first priority. The Foundation provides financial resources and philanthropic leadership to meet the rising healthcare needs of the patients services by TriState Health. The below items are funding from donations given throughout the year.
Pediatric Code Cart for OR/SSSU
Yellowfin Stirrups for Surgery
Two Vacuums, Floor Scrubber & Supplies for Environmental Services
Wall Armor for 2 procedure rooms for IPC
2 Ultrasound Machines for Anesthesia & ED/Inpatient
Bovie/Electrosurgical Unit for IPC, OR, & GI
Orthoscan Mini C-Arm for Surgery
Surgical Table Bed for Surgery
6 Stryker Bedside Tables for SSSU
Valleylab Force FX w/Cart for Urology & General Surgery
Window blinds for Café
Trauma Prevention Program Grant from Clearwater Paper
Kids Nutrition Program- AbbVie, Avista Foundation, Banner Bank, Twin County United Way, Walmart, Trevor Arnone, Mike & Brooke Henze
The TriState Health Foundation Development Council was created in 2007, when hospital leaders recognized that an uncertain future in hospital funding required greater participation of the local community.
The Council is a network of valley residents and business leaders who represent the partnership between the community and hospital. Their efforts help to ensure that TriState Health continues to be able to provide high-tech care with the tender touch for which we are known.
The Development Council actively raises funds to benefit TriState Health and provides educational programs for local professionals and community members and opportunities for input between citizens, businesses and hospital leadership.
There are five committees of influential community volunteers along with a hospital committee representing the employees of TriState Health.
The Special Prospects/Major Gifts committee establishes, maintains and strengthens relationships with individuals capable of contributing $1,000 or more per year to the Foundation.
The Eagle Society looks at the lifetime giving of a donor and recognizes them on the hospital wall of honor and in TriState Health Foundation publications. Members of this elite group are also invited to Foundation events and receive timely updates about hospital services and activities.
For more information on becoming a member of the Eagle Society, call the Foundation office at 509.758.4902 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TriState Health Foundation’s Business Relations Committee serves to strengthen relationships between the hospital and local businesses. This committee is comprised of area businesses that support the advancement of healthcare in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Membership in Healthy Business Partners is a tired-level of annual giving.
Business owners and representatives are given the opportunity to participate in Foundation events and receive invitations to health and wellness seminars and health information resources for employees.
For more information about becoming a Healthy Business Partner, contact the TriState Health Foundation at 509.758.4902 or email email@example.com.
Led by the Foundation’s W.H.A.T. Club Committee, TriState employees pledge their time and financial support as part of the Foundation’s W.H.A.T. Club, which was named by the committee and stands for “We Help Achieve Tomorrow.”
Throughout each year, the W.H.A.T. Club Committee is given the opportunity to decide on project(s) to put employee-raised funds toward. Given the Foundation’s “Enhancing the Patient & Employee Experience” over time the dedicated funds have upgraded the family waiting rooms in the hospital’s ICU, Medical/Surgical, Emergency, and Day Surgery areas with the hope of creating a more peaceful and comforting environment for family and friends while visiting loved ones. They also dedicated funds to updating the appearance of the hospital cafeteria, and through an employee contest, has renamed the cafeteria the “1221 Campus Café.” There are many examples of how the W.H.A.T. Club Committee has helped enhance your TriState experience.
For more information, please click here to download the W.H.A.T. Club Invite Brochure. If you are a hospital employee and would like to become involved, please contact the Foundation at 509.758.4902 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Foundation’s Annual Support Committee’s role is to increase the overall number of donors and annual gifts to the Foundation. The Cornerstone Giving recognizes annual support of $100 or more a year.
When you join the Cornerstone Giving with an annual, tax-deductible gift of $100 or more, your name will be recognized in Foundation publications, and displayed on the Cornerstone Giving recognition wall in TriState Health. You will also receive invitations to events.
For more information, call the Foundation office at 509.758.4902 or email email@example.com.
TriState Health Foundation’s Planned Giving Committee provides financial planning seminars, resources for professionals, and ongoing education in the major areas of planned giving. Planned giving leaves a legacy for our hospital and our community. There are many types of planned gifts such as:
- Gifts of stocks, bonds, or real estate
- Naming TriState a beneficiary in an insurance policy
- A bequest in your will
- A provision in your trust
The Foundation’s Legacy Circle recognizes those who have made arrangements to include TriState Health Foundation in their estate plans and have made the Foundation office aware of their plans. With permission, your name will be added to a permanent recognition board in a prominent location in TriState Health. Members will also receive all hospital publications and will receive invitations to special hospital events. If you have considered the Foundation in your estate plans, we do not need to know the details of the arrangements that have been made; we simply want to be able to thank you.
Consult your attorney or financial planner to determine the best method for allowing you to leave a legacy.