Donations stay local to help Central Washington kids YAKIMA, Wash. – On Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the Wray’s Thriftway at 5605 Summitview Ave., Wray’s and Pepsi Cola Bottling of Yakima will hand over a giant check to Children’s Miracle Network to help local children with special healthcare needs. The check will be presented at 1:30 Read more about Wray’s Thriftway and Pepsi Cola Bottling of Yakima raise money to benefit local kids[…]
Wray’s Thriftway and Pepsi Cola Bottling of Yakima raise money to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Donations stay local to help Central Washington kids YAKIMA, Wash. – On Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the Wray’s Thriftway at 5605 Summitview Ave., Wray’s and Pepsi Cola Bottling of Yakima will hand over a giant check to Children’s Miracle Read more about Wray’s Thriftway and Pepsi Cola Bottling of Yakima raise money to benefit local kids[…]
By Maria Pulido I would like to share one of the amazingly heartwarming moments that I often get to witness while working with the Educators in the Early Intervention program at Children’s Village. This story is about a little guy who had a hard time with visual contact, did not like to give or receive Read more about Why my job is so rewarding[…]
Stop by The Gift Shop at Memorial between October 19th – October 23rd, wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness and save 20% on all regularly priced items! On October 23rd, stop by and have a few treats and enter your name in a drawing to win free gifts.
Autism: How can you help? You can make Yakima and Kittitas County a more welcoming place for people living on the autism spectrum! Autism Forum Flyer>> Join us for an inspirational conversation about changing our community! Tuesday, October 20 5:30pm – 7:00pm Children’s Village 3801 Kern Rd. Yakima, WA 98902 Your stories have power. That’s Read more about Community Discussion about Autism on Oct. 20 at Children’s Village[…]
SIGNALHEALTH PARTNERS WITH MEDICARE EXPERTS TO SERVE YAKIMA SENIORS Strong provider network, quality healthcare coverage and customer service key to selecting Health Alliance Medicare YAKIMA, Wash.—SignalHealth, a clinically integrated health care network, has partnered with Illinois-based Health Alliance Medicare to offer a new Medicare Advantage plan to Medicare-eligible seniors throughout Yakima County. Health Alliance Northwest Read more about SIGNALHEALTH PARTNERS WITH MEDICARE EXPERTS TO SERVE YAKIMA SENIORS[…]
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital Receives Statewide Recognition for Improving Patient Safety Washington State Hospital Association’s “Achieving Best Care” award goes only to the state’s top-performing hospitals SEATTLE — Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital was recognized for outstanding achievement in making health care safer for the second year in a row at the 83nd Annual Meeting of Read more about Memorial Receives Statewide Recognition for Improving Patient Safety[…]
YAKIMA, October 9, 2015 – Alzheimer’s is the third leading cause of death in Washington state. It is expected to be a major health issue in the years to come as baby boomers retire. But there is help and support available for those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia. A day-long educational Read more about Alzheimer’s Association Hosts Central Washington Memory Loss Conference on Nov. 3[…]
“As my husband’s caregiver, (he has ALS) I feel as if the Palliative program represents an “emotional” insurance policy. When things get overwhelming, I always know where I can get help”…a grateful wife. Community commitment to these programs assists in growing and expanding the End of Life continuum. Donations help fund a Jesuit Volunteer to Read more about An emotional insurance policy[…]
The Attorney General’s Office Charitable Solicitations Program newest report states that The Memorial Foundation devotes 89% of donations directly to health programs. Another confirmation and reassurance that our community’s charitable dollars stay local and support community healthcare programs, patients, and families.