The impact of donor gifts enhances the quality of health care for patients in your community.

Over the past 20 years, thanks to support of many donors, the Foundation has been able to help purchase many enhancements in medical equipment and patient care services, from digital mammography and new cardiac monitors to a Hydro-Worz aquatic therapy pool.  The impact of giving to WCH Foundation is significant in the lives of people who come to WCH for healing and care.

You gift may be designated to a specific fund/hospital service as listed below, or most urgent need.  It is important that your gift is meaningful to you, so be sure to let us know your charitable wishes.

Acute Care – provides for a wide-range of equipment and needs for patients who are admitted to the hospital for inpatient care.  Maintaining quality equipment is critically important in assisting nurses and physicians in providing excellent care. 

Cardiac Care (SpringSide) – provides for new equipment and enhanced services for the cardiac rehabilitation program at the hospital, assisting patients in their recovery from heart disease.

Diabetes Education – provides for materials and supplies for the free community program of Diabetes Self-management and Education. Funds may also assist clients who need financial assistance with diabetic supplies.

Emergency CareCenter – provides for a wide-range of equipment needed in the Emergency Room, assisting patients with cardiac and other life-threatening emergencies.

Endowment Fund – provides income placed in an Endowment Good Deeds funds to purchase patient care equipment and other remarkable good deeds, hospital-wide.

Harvest for Health – provides equal assistance to two programs: oncology services at Wabash County Hospital and the 4-H Fair Board Association of Wabash County. Farmers may support this fund with donated grain through Wabash County elevators.

Hospice – provides care and services to the terminally ill and their families.

Mammogram Charity – provides free mammograms and radiology reading services to qualifying, low-income women of Wabash County.

Prevention and Education – provides for community programs such as the “Don’t Start” Smoking classes, Asthma Self-Management Education, 2nd grade hand washing, safety & health tip taught in all Wabash County schools.