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Individuals and generations of families have chosen to make Redwood Memorial Hospital their principal philanthropic choice for restricted and non-restricted gifts, and in honor or in memory of loved ones. The Foundation dedicates its funds to priority capital needs, core programs, scholarships and new program support.

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  • Area of Greatest Need

    Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital Foundation
    Support the hospital in the area that has the most immediate need. Your give allows us to be responsive and timely when need arises at the last second. Thank you.
  • Intensive Care Unit

    Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital Foundation
    Replacing the existing ICU has been a long-term wish for Redwood Memorial. This exciting and necessary investment in a brand-new Intensive Care Unit at Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital will provide an optimal environment for the care of our most critical patients.
  • Renovation Project

    Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital Foundation
    Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital was founded in 1957. With 35 licensed beds and a service area covering Humboldt and neighboring counties, it is a vital part of Providence in Humboldt’s healthcare delivery system.

Community raises $638k for new ICU at Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital

40th Annual Benefit Ball broke fundraising records for Providence

By: Mary Bullwinkel


Community support is strong for a new intensive care unit at Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital in Fortuna as evidenced by several significant donations and more than $638,000 raised at the recent 40th Annual Benefit Ball.

The Nov. 6 benefit broke fundraising records for both Providence Redwood Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka.

“The generosity of this community never ceases to amaze me,” said Providence Chief Philanthropy Officer Paul McGinty. “I was genuinely surprised at the incredible participation in both sponsorships before the event and support during the live virtual event.”

The theme for this year’s benefit ball was “Redwood Memorial and the Raiders of the Lost ICU.” Those attending the virtual event followed the adventurous journey of “McGinty Jones,” or Paul McGinty, and his sidekick “Sepito,” Redwood Memorial Hospital Foundation member Rick Center, in their quest to find the golden bedpan.


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