Providence Health Care Foundation distributed a record $10.1 million last year to finance projects at its six hospitals in Spokane and Stevens counties.
“In this complex world of health care, philanthropy has become more important than ever,” said Joyce M. Cameron, the foundation’s chief development officer. “The need continues to grow and thanks to the generosity of our donors, we’re able to support important initiatives that might not otherwise be funded.”
The foundation helps pay for a wide range of projects, ranging from a half-million-dollar piece of equipment to a wig for a child with cancer. The foundation gave out $6.1 million in 2016.
Programs supported by the foundation in 2017 include:
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