The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation was established to receive and administer funds that support Cascade Valley Hospital and community health services.
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Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation
330 S. Stillaguamish
Arlington, Wash. 98223
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Building a Solid Foundation for Health Care in Our Community
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation was organized in 1998. The CVHF mission is to improve the comfort and convenience for our patients, families and staff.
Contributions by the public, businesses and Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinic employees help to guarantee the future of our organization. You also can help support the high quality health care goals of the Cascade Valley Hospital by giving a tax deductible gift to the Foundation, or by participating in our fundraising programs. To learn more about the Foundation, please see the latest newsletter here.
Gifts to the Foundation
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation is funded by charitable contributions and memorial funds, as well as grants from community partners. Donations to the Foundation are tax deductible. Your personal gift may be made in a variety of ways: cash, bequests, stocks, bonds, life insurance policies or other property. Include Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation in your will or living trust. We are a 501(c)3 organization.
Your gift to Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation in memory of a friend or relative is a thoughtful expression of remembrance. The person or family you designate will receive a card bearing your name as the donor. The amount of your tax deductible contribution (as provided by law) will not be stated on the card unless you specifically request it.
The staff and Cascade Valley Hospital extend their deepest gratitude and appreciation for your support in keeping quality health care services in our community. For more information about giving, please contact the Foundation at the number above.
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation has given $970,109.76 since it’s inception. In 2015, our grants included the following:
- Laboratory refrigerator
- Video Library- Wound Care Center
- Commercial Blender- Dietary
- Sharps Disposal Program- Diabetes Education
- Ultrasound Equipment- Surgery
We also sponsored the following:
- Santa Pictures
- Kids’ Expo
Oso Landslide Relief Fund- $2,015,670.61 has been allocated and disbursed. For more information, please go here.
Our major gifts in 2014 included the following:
- Wireless fetal monitors for the Family Birthing Center
- Patient monitoring equipment used in the Emergency Department
- Bariatric hip chair
- Balance of patient accounts for victims of the Oso Mudslide
Oso Landslide Relief Fund- $1,767,730.32 was granted for this program, including $670,000 for housing program.
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation was involved with many community organizations and events in 2013, including:
- Cocoon House
- Housing Hope
- Dollars for Scholars
- American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life
- Chief for a Day
- Kids Kloset
- Arlington Food Bank
- Cascade Valley Hospital Health and Safety Fair
- Community Santa Pictures at Cascade Valley Hospital
- The Festival of Trees, our new signature fundraising event
Our major gifts included the following:
- Sit-to-stand lift
- SimMan CPR training manequin
- Bi-pap ventilators
- Wireless fetal monitoring system
Our Foundation worked hard to support the following events and equipment purchases throughout the year:
- Relay for Life Sponsorship and Survivor Party
- Housing Hope Donation
- Pediatric Vital Signs Equipment
- Laboratory Equipment and Interfaces
- Flourography/Mammography Chair
- Bipap Ventilator
- Community Pertussis and Influenza Clinics- Arlington and Darrington
- Chief for a Day Sponsorship
- Santa Pictures at Cascade Valley Hospital
- Hosted mixer for medical staff to introduce Dr. Gran, Dr. Galitsis and Dr. Grant
- Hosted donors’ Appreciation event
- Hosted Perfect Pairings, our annual major fund raiser
Major Gifts to Cascade Valley Hospital:
- Difficult intubation scope for Surgery
- Newborn Hearing Screening device for Labor & Delivery
- Cast saw for Orthopedics Clinic
- Colposcope for Women’s Clinic
- X-Ray Safe stretcher for Surgery
- Major donors cocktail party preceding the new building grand opening in January 2010;
- Perfect Pairings in April 2010, an haute cuisine event which focused on local chef talent and locally grown foods;
- Dr. Naumann’s Welcome Reception at Bistro San Martin in September 2010.
The Roof Garden is complete and in bloom. We have engraved 129 tiles. The garden, with its commissioned fountain, basalt benches, comfortable chairs and tables and lovely plantings is a peaceful oasis for hospital patients, families and staff. We are honored to have completed this project for our community.
The Boeing Employees’ Community Fund generously funded an ultrasound machine for the Emergency Department. This device will allow physicians to even more quickly make medical decisions. BECF contributed $40,000 for this gift. The Wal-Mart Foundation granted CVH $25,000, and we completed the ultrasound purchase. We also used part of Wal-Mart’s gift to fund a difficult intubation scope for surgery.
2009: Our gifts this year focused on bariatric patients, who need specially sized equipment for true comfort. Working with our own funds and with gifts from the Tulalip Tribes and the Norcliffe Foundation, we provided bariatric stretchers, wheelchairs, and shower chairs.
We provided an MRI sound system to help patients relax during their MRI exam. All inpatients and surgery patients will enjoy their comfort kits (personal grooming products) and their families will enjoy our coffee & tea service.
We provided a second set of phototherapy lights for newborns, courtesy of the Norman Archibald Foundation. We provided another patient-controlled pain medication pump for laboring moms.
Our community benefited from an automatic external defibrillator donated to the Arlington Library, and we donated an 800 mHz radio so that incoming trauma patients can be tracked all the way from the incident scene into the Emergency Department.
A very successful project collaborating with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation resulted in more than quadrupling the number of Darrington women who got an annual mammogram at Cascade Valley Hospital.
2008: We proudly funded one Emergency room’s worth of equipment, to celebrate the building project. We also provided a custom sound system for MRI patients, which makes the MRI experience more relaxing. We also provided a selection of CDs for patients to choose from.
2007: We contributed to a Microsoft program which allowed CVHC to purchase software licenses at a lower cost.
2006: We provided emergency preparedness kits for the hospital and each owned clinic.
2005: Our funding this year helped ease patients’ anxiety. Pediatric patients of all ages will have cleanable toys to play with. This includes books, games and pictures for their rooms. Our CT scan room is being installed with ceiling light murals. A single nature image in multi-light fixtures creates a large skylight mural. This helps patients relax.
2004: We provided three comfortable recliners for Oncology patients. We also funded two Datascopes, which are portable monitoring units to continuously monitor vital signs and oxygen saturation. We provided seven Automatic External Defibrallators (AED) to our clinics, and one AED Trainer.
2003-1998: Bone Densitometer: A state-of-the-art bone densitometer is the first unit of its kind in our market area. This new equipment will not only determine and assess your bone loss, but also how you respond to treatment.
- AutoVent for Ambulance: Breathing machine for incubated adults and children.
- Portable BP/Oximeter monitor for the OB department: Machine records vital statistics electronically. Portable, compact and easily converts from adult to neonate.
- Matched hospital funding to purchase Lifeline units for the Senior Services department of CVH.
- Gel pads for the OR beds to cushion and protect skin and bony prominences at points.
- Designated funds were used to purchase new floor covering and pictures in the Wound Care’s new location.
- Sponsored Spanish language classes for admitting staff.
- Leather recliner for Oncology patients during treatment.
- Double IV pump for each birthing room in OB.
- A recliner for each of the birthing rooms in OB.
- Provide funding for volunteers to make large Christmas stockings that all babies born in the month of December go home in.
- Major capital equipment purchase for the Radiology Department. A mobile x-ray system designed for radiography examinations in any room.
Board of DirectorsA Board of Directors who are volunteer community representatives governs the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation (CVHF). The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation is a non-profit, charitable, tax exempt organization under IRS Section 501(c)3. All donations are tax deductible.
- Barbara Tolbert, President
- Susan Jones, Treasurer
- Kay Duskin, Secretary
- Jennifer Egger
- Yolanda Larsen
- Jenny Naumann
- Sharon Billdt
- Mary Jean Kraski
- Jennifer Holocker
- Diane Thompson
- Jim Rankin
- Heather Haffner, Ex-Officio
- Steve Peterson, Ex-Officio
- Heather Logan, Ex-Officio Hospital Representative