Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation
Why are we here?
The Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation endeavors to support a client-focused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable to the Crowsnest Pass and surrounding areas. Together, through collaboration with donors who make investments in healthcare, we will strive to advance patient care and the wellness of our community.
With your support, the Foundation can help enhance what we all hope for
Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation was established in 1996 and funded only one enhancement that year- a patient bed. From those humble beginnings, the Foundation has forged
relationships with local businesses and individuals that have provided over $1 million in enhancements to services delivered at Crowsnest Pass Health Centre.
The Foundation (in partnership with the health region) was instrumental in bringing hemodialysis services to the community, funding much of the original equipment and
furnishings for the unit. That support continues with televisions and a hand-held phone for dialysis patient use.
From the acute care unit, surgical suites and emergency, to continuing care and recreation therapy, as well as lab and imaging services, the Foundation gathers community
support to ensure the finest equipment and technology is available for local use.
The Foundation continues striving to make possible “the best of health for everyone”.
Many wishes for a healthy and safe 2023! We would also like to note we have a new chairperson – Maxine Braun and a new treasurer – Heather Kennedy. We will miss the knowledge and experience of our retiring members – Pat Rypien, Diane Nummi, and Bonnie Linderman. We are happy to accept new members Ingrid Dodd and Shirley Livingston.
Foundation members L-R: Megan Painter, Maxine Braun, Mitzi Conver, Pat Rypien, Ingrid Dodd, Brad Edmonson, Joan Koinberg, Diane Nummi, Heather Kennedy, Joanne Liddell.
The foundation volunteer board of directors plans and implements fund raising events in an effort to raise awareness of local needs. They also act as stewards of donated funds, ensuring that all monies raised are spent wisely and for the benefit of health care services in Crowsnest Pass. All dollars raised in our community stay in our community.
the Coleman Legion Branch #9 presenting the Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation with a cheque of $5,000.
You can now donate to the Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation through the website!
Click here and consider donating to your local health foundation. Or you can call 403.562.5018 and supply your information over the phone.
Tax receipts can now be e-mailed rather than in the mail if you choose.
Monthly giving can also be set up. Thank you for continuing to support the patients and residents of the Crowsnest Pass and surrounding area.
Help build a better health system. Join the Oldman River
Health Advisory Council!
We are recruiting volunteer members to the Oldman River Health Advisory Council.
If you’re in the Milk River, Taber, Vauxhall, Blairmore or Crowsnest Pass areas,
we’d like to hear from you!
Learn more about us online and apply today: AHS.ca/advisorycouncils
More information: email@example.com
The Crowsnest Antique Car Club
Recently did a drive-by for the residents and patients of the Crowsnest Pass Health Centre and Continuing Care. It was enjoyed by all patients, residents, and staff!