Juntos Podemos Contra el Cancer – Together We Can Win The Fight Against Cancer

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is partnering up with Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) to provide breast cancer awareness and prevention education throughout the Yakima Valley. The HAF program, “Juntos Podemos Contra el Cancer” is an innovative, scalable, and cost-effective model for changing Latino attitude and behaviors about breast cancer prevention and screenings. For the next eight-weeks, Read more about Juntos Podemos Contra el Cancer – Together We Can Win The Fight Against Cancer[…]

The Craziness Of The Season

The Craziness of the Season Hours of baking leads to a three-button Thanksgiving Dinner. The next day, it’s up before dawn to hit the Black Friday sales. Just a few, short days to get the perfect gifts wrapped…and maybe even mailed. Work gatherings. Family gatherings. Community events. It’s a rush-rush-rush to get everything done, so Read more about The Craziness Of The Season[…]

A Day Without Community Healthcare Centers in Yakima

Anita Monoian, CEO of Yakima Neighborhood Health Services, discusses their event, A Day Without Community Healthcare Centers in Yakima. Over 100 people are expected to come to the local hospitals over the lunch hour on Tuesday, November 29, to represent the 100 patients each hour—or 2400 per day— served by our local healthcare clinics-Yakima Neighborhood Read more about A Day Without Community Healthcare Centers in Yakima[…]

$204,000 grant from The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

November 21, 2011 On Thursday, November 17th we were thrilled to learn that we received a $204,000 grant from The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust! This grant will fund autism, behavioral and mental health therapies at Children’s Village and it will allow further exploration of medical and educational models between Children’s Village and area school districts. Read more about $204,000 grant from The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust[…]

Children's Village Receives Autism Grant

November 21, 2011 November 21, 2011 On Thursday, November 17th we were thrilled to learn that we received a $204,000 grant from The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust! This grant will fund autism, behavioral and mental health therapies at Children’s Village and it will allow further exploration of medical and educational models between Children’s Village and Read more about Children's Village Receives Autism Grant[…]

National Philanthropy Day in Yakima

November 15th was National Philanthropy Day and our generous local community came together to support the Big Give Day at The Memorial Foundation. More than $26,000 was raised for many services that benefit our community, including cancer services at North Star Lodge, hospice care, programs at Children’s Village for children with special needs, and the Read more about National Philanthropy Day in Yakima[…]