Our Mission

Promote philanthropy to enhance and ensure the health and well being of the people in our region.

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Annual Report

Members of our community donated over $600,000 in our 2013 Fiscal Year.

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We host local fundraising events every month to support programs at Trinity Health. 

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Trinity Health Foundation

For nearly 100 years, Trinity Health has inspired hope and contributed to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice and education. Today, your generosity is at the heart of sustaining Trinity’s mission.

  • We receive, administer and distribute funds for health initiatives that target prevention, health promotion, wellness, disease management, education and charitable purposes.
  • Philanthropy has helped make Trinity Health a leader in our region as a highly skilled specialty health care center that provides services with compassion and dignity to all in need.
  • Our Foundation's funds are used for projects that improve health care, but are not a part of the general operating budget of our organization.

Your gift will be an investment in our region's medical excellence. 

To find out more about the Foundation and ways to give in support of our mission please contact us today!

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Perinatal Medicine and Women's Health Care Symposium The purpose of this two day symposium is for participants to increase their knowledge on current evidence-based guidelines, be able to describe the importance of proper documentation, and to recog… Read More
10/5
Trinity Health School of Nursing Reunion No matter what your current profession may be, whether you stay at home, practice in a clinical setting, educate future leaders, or research new modes of care, your Trinity Health School of Nursi… Read More



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