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Make a Difference

By providing a philanthropic contribution, you know that you have personally touched the lives of patients at Grande Ronde Hospital and that you can enjoy the tax benefits of making a meaningful charitable gift. 

  • Gifts of cash: The simplest way of giving, and your entire gift can be applied as a tax deduction.
  • Planned giving through wills or living trusts: After providing for your loved ones, you can direct a specific amount to the Grande Ronde Hospital Foundation for long-term planning and tax savings.
  • Legacy giving: You can give through gifts of real estate, stock, life insurance and retirement plans.

There are many ways to make a meaningful charitable gift. The Grande Ronde Hospital Foundation would be pleased to provide more information to you and your financial advisors.

Our Foundation Can Only Be Built With Your Help

All gifts to the Foundation are tax-deductible. Gifts may be made in tribute to a special person or designated for a special purpose.To help, please contact us. We are always happy to visit about ways to support our community hospital.

Vision

We believe in the value of Grande Ronde Hospital as a vital part of the medical, physical and economic health of this community and worthy of support by all. We as the Grande Ronde Hospital Foundation will support the Hospital's stability and the community's access to high-quality, cost-effective health care.

The Grande Ronde Hospital Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors drawn from Union County's civic volunteers, business, education and health care professionals. These individuals work together, donating their personal time and talents to direct the Foundation's policies while working to enhance GRH's future.

Governance and Management

J. Glenn Null, Chair
Peter Fallow, Vice Chair
Julie Hickerson, Treasurer
Mary Koza, Secretary
Rhonda Sue Basso
Dale Counsell
Jeff Crews
Kevin Loveland
Mary West
Libby Goben, GRH BOT Representative
Patrick Flynn, Foundation Manager
Jim Mattes, GRH Member Liaison

 

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