Bonnie wrote, “I have been cancer free for 7 years, thanks to the amazing staff at North Star Lodge. They made that scary time of my life much easier to deal with. Thank you so much for all your hard work.” Funding for the initiative provides a spectrum of support for cancer survivors, offering hope, Read more about Hope, healing and education[…]
When Cayden was born, he had his first physical therapy in the hospital before he even went home. Immediately, Cayden started therapy at Children’s Village. At nearly 2 ½ years old, he has graduated from physical therapy, but still checks in with therapists at Children’s Village, and will for several years to come. Cayden’s mother Read more about Reach for the stars[…]
The Memorial Foundation is happy to announce a corporate partnership with Solarity Credit Union for the Healthy Yakima initiative. Stay tuned for upcoming healthy living educational opportunities. Thank you Solarity Credit Union!
Scrub Sale at Memorial Select ladies top: $12.09 or 3 for $30 Jackets: $16.90 – $34.90 Compression Knee Highs: $13.09 Dickies, Cherokee, heartsoul and more! Slip Resistant Clogs: $35-$40 Seahawks Scrub Hats: $10-$12 Where: Memorial Hospital, Classroom C (in the basement) When: October 14th from 7am – 6pm October 15th from 7am – 4pm All Read more about Scrub Sale at Memorial[…]
The Memorial Foundation is once again leading the effort to meet community need in healthcare. The demand for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease education is growing more urgent. For the second year, The Memorial Foundation is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter, to present a community conference to provide tools and encouragement to family Read more about Do you have a family member experiencing memory loss?[…]
A 2-day class on diabetes changed Andrew’s life. Today, in addition to living with diabetes, he is driven to help others by volunteering at ongoing diabetes classes. James’ motivation is the support he receives at the Diabetes Dialog group. “One of the most important things about health management is to be informed,” Andrew says. “It’s Read more about Let’s get healthy […]
The Memorial Foundation Board of Trustees has completed the 2015-16 grant awards process. This year the Foundation received grant requests of over $2.15 million for programs throughout the Memorial Family of Services. Made possible only through your charitable giving, the Foundation is able to grant a total of $2,106,236 for program allocations. Here are some Read more about Announcing 2015-16 healthcare program allocations[…]
… The Memorial Foundation has responded to community need and stewarded our community’s generosity to improve health and create and enable new generations of care. We have made tremendous steps forward in children’s health, cancer care, end of life services and a healthier Yakima!
Yakima, WA, October 2, 2015—Yakima Valley Quilters’ Guild will donate $6,000 to the Memorial Foundation to support breast health screenings for local women. The donation will be made on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at `Ohana, Memorial’s Mammography Center. Money for this donation was raised during the guild’s quilt show in May, with Read more about Yakima Valley Quilters’ Guild to Make Donation to The Memorial Foundation[…]
Yakima, WA, October, 2, 2015—Yakima Valley Quilters’ Guild will donate $6,000 to the Memorial Foundation to support breast health screenings for local women. The donation will be made on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at `Ohana, Memorial’s Mammography Center. Money for this donation was raised during the guild’s quilt show in May, with Read more about Yakima Valley Quilters’ Guild to Make Donation to The Memorial Foundation[…]