Hearts of Gold

Aug. 18, 2022

After two years, we are excited to welcome our generous and steadfast supporters back in person to support Providence Newberg Medical Center. Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the emergency department.

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2022 Hearts of Gold

Join us in support of Providence Newberg


Aug. 18, 2022
6 p.m. Reception | 7 p.m. Dinner
On the lawn at Providence Newberg Medical Center

Thousands of people each year depend on the emergency department at Providence Newberg Medical Center. They know they will receive outstanding, compassionate care when critical, life-threatening situations arise.

After 15 years of constant use, beds in the emergency department are worn out. Warranties have expired, and replacement parts are no longer available. The beds are difficult for caregivers to maneuver and uncomfortable for patients.

Proceeds from the 2022 Hearts of Gold dinner will allow us to purchase new ergonomic beds. With your support, we can ease caregiver workload and enhance patient comfort during stressful emergency visits.

COVID is still present in our community. While proof of vaccination or negative test is not required, we encourage everyone to stay up to date on vaccinations. These remain the best defense against serious disease. Masks are still required in the hospital.

Registration for the event is now closed but if you would like to inquire if a seat is still available, please contact Nicole Wolfer at nicole.wolfer@providence.org or by phone at (503) 537-1671.


Watch the 2021 Hearts of Gold Program


2022 Hearts of Gold Honorees


In 2017, simple yard signs with black words on a white background started popping up all over Newberg: “Don’t give up,” “You are worthy of love,” “Your mistakes don’t define you.”

Newberg resident Amy Wolff and her family created those yard signs. Their goal was to offer hope to hurting people who might be considering suicide. The signs soon turned into a global initiative called the Don’t Give Up Movement. Now known as “the sign lady,” Amy has shipped encouraging signs and messages to all 50 states plus 26 countries around the world.

Amy speaks and teaches nationally. She has also written a book. “Signs of Hope: How Small Acts of Love Can Change Your World” shares stories of people whose lives have been touched – and saved – by Amy’s yard signs.

A little hope goes a long way – and people are craving the hope expressed in Amy’s messages. Thank you, Amy, for sharing your heart of gold with hurting people throughout the world.



The past two years have highlighted the important role frontline heroes play in ensuring the health and safety of a community. This year we honor Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighters for protecting Newberg-area residents.

In addition to their training as firefighters, every TVF&R team member is an emergency medical technician, and nearly 60% are certified paramedics. Often, they are first on the scene when someone has a critical or life-threatening emergency.

Whether they are battling a raging wildfire, such as 2020’s Chehalem Mountain-Bald Peak fire, fighting a large commercial blaze, like the one that destroyed DC International/DC Edge in April, or extinguishing a car or house fire, these frontline heroes run bravely into danger and work 24/7 to protect us.

Thank you, TVF&R, for your courage and dedication to protecting our community every day. Truly you have hearts of gold, and we are grateful!

Thank you to our generous 2022 sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Gold Heart

Silver Heart


Bronze Heart

Heath Cornick, Trevor Hoskinson, Mike Boock and Alexandra Brydon – Financial Advisors for Edward Jones

First Federal Savings and Loan

First Presbyterian Church

Metro West Ambulance

St. Cousair

St. Paul Rodeo Association

Vision Capital Management

Visiting Angels