Ways to Give
Providence Southwest Washington Foundation
Every gift makes a difference to the people in our communities. By donating, you advance health care and wellness right here in our communities. Your support will help improve the lives of all of those under our care, especially the poor and vulnerable. There are many ways to give.
A cash gift is the most common donation made to the foundation. We accept personal checks, credit cards and cash. Gifts can be made online using a credit card. We can also set up a recurring gift so you can make an impact on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. Gifts may be unrestricted and used in the area of greatest need, or you can choose to designate your gift toward a particular program or purpose.Gifts totaling $1,000 or more qualify for membership in the Providence Society.
Give online, phone or email.
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As a physician, caregiver or employee, every day you demonstrate your commitment to making a difference in the lives of others in our community. Thank you for everything you do to help Providence fulfill its Mission in providing compassionate and excellent care close to home. You provide hope, healing and wellness to those in need. It is your commitment to our Mission that makes Providence truly exceptional.
Your impact could be even greater, by making a gift through Providence Foundation. This is your opportunity to help make our communities better, healthier places to live, work and play—to make an even bigger difference in the life of a patient, co-worker or program. You can designate your gift to the program or service fund that is most meaningful to you and 100% of your donation will go to the programs and services you choose.
Your gift matters and helps us offer compassionate programs such as:
- No One Dies Alone (NODA) ensures that a hospitalized patient is not alone when they reach their end-of-life journey.
- Providence Abuse Intervention Center provides compassionate services to children who need special services during a traumatic time.
- PAWS Hospital Therapy Dog Program provides animal assisted therapy and emotional well-being to patients and caregivers.
- Hospice Care ensures that care, comfort, and quality of life is provided to a person with a serious illness who is approaching their end of life. This comfort care is usually provided in a home or nursing facility setting.
- SoundCareKids provides group support for families with children who have experienced the death of a significant person in their lives.
Every gift given improves the quality of life for our patients, family, and friends living and working in our communities. Thank you for choosing to make a difference.
Become an I Give One Hour donor club member. Join with other caregivers who demonstrate their pride, generosity and compassion by donating the equivalent of one hour of base pay per pay period, or more, for one year. This can be done through payroll deductions, credit card, cash, transfer from a donor advised fund or a planned gift.
- Name recognition on the I Give One Hour donor wall
- Name recognition in foundation publications
- Personal invitation to special events
In 2022, over 346 caregivers generously committed more than $188,600 in combined support. Of those caregivers, 83 are members of the “I Give One Hour” club by donating at least one hour of their pay from each paycheck for the year. This unprecedented level of giving demonstrates their high level of commitment to our ministries and community. Many patient care programs and services have benefitted from caregiver giving with the greatest number of gifts going towards the Greatest Need, PAWS – Hospital Therapy Dog Program, No One Dies Alone (NODA), Hospice Care and Women’s & Children’s funds.
A sincere thank you to our current “I Give One Hour” club members listed below for their generosity, leadership, and dedication.
Fatima Al-kinani, MSW
Tracey Ash, RN
David C Bahrt, RN
Heidi Bray, DNP, ARNP
Cecily Clemons & John Gallez
Toni Crisp, RN, OCN, CMSRN
Linda M. Davis
Stacey L. Hopkins
Lisa Hudson, RN
Vicki and Keith Huntley
Russell and Caron Igoe
Jennifer and Heath Jackson
Anurag Jindal, MD and Brad Peterson
Dana Lin Johnson
Michael D. Krake
Shanna Leffler, RN
Tim and Lisa Minter
Daryl & Kathleen Olson, RRT/CPFT
Teresa M Ortiz, RN, BSN, CCM
Gina D. Romero
Debra Spencer, RN
Brandy Totman, LPN
Patricia L. Warnick
Anna A. Weeks
Peter Winn, PT
Zane Zuchowski, RN
Is there a Providence employee you'd like to thank?
Honor a local health care hero and recognize a caregiver who made a difference for you or your loved one.
A gift of appreciation for the care you or a loved one received is a gift of inspiration—for the doctor, nurse, therapist or staff member who took care of you.
Honor a caregiver with a gift of any size to Providence Southwest Washington Foundation. Caregivers will be notified that a gift was made in their honor and receive special recognition along with your message of gratitude when your gift is received.
To share your story, or a message that we can share with your caregiver, email us at ProvidenceSWFoundation@providence.org.