Trinity Health Foundation


Philanthropy makes a difference at Trinity

You can see the difference your gift makes from our tiniest patients in the Neonatal Special Care Unit (NSCU) to those walking into our Emergency Department to take care of an urgent issue.

So far in 2015, donor have funded Giraffe isoletes in the NSCU and  education sessions our nurses attended to learn the latest cardiac treatments. Your gift ensures that our community hospital continues to meet the needs of our community. 

Make your annual gift today and support your community hospital!

Stylin' Against Breast Cancer Grants

Grant applications are now being accepted. Applications are due Monday, November 30, 2015. Learn more here. 

Unity Matters Associate Campaign

More than 3,000 Trinity employees work to improve the health of the communities we serve each day and they are generous with their financial resources. Last year more than $100,000 was contributed to the Trinity Health Foundation by Trinity associates to the annual fund, a fund that addresses the urgent needs of our hospitals, and more than $60,000 to United Way of the Greater Quad Cities. 

The Unity Matters Associate Campaign is currently under way. Please thank your health care professionals for all the ways that they work to keep our community healthy!

If you are an associate and you are ready to make your gift, you can do so online here.  Thank you for your generous heart!

UnityPoint Health Cup 2015

This annual golf outing continues to a popular late summer event. More than 160 golfers took to TPC Deere Run to raise money for the Trinity College of Nursing and Health Sciences expansion project. Funds raised at this event will support the nursing simulation lab as part of this expansion. With record support, we are predicting that this event had a record breaking year. Thanks to our community for their ongoing support! 

Stylin' Against Breast Cancer has Record Year

In its 10th year, this annual event raised more than $45,000 for breast cancer awareness and education in our local community. All funds raised awarded through a grant process beginning in October. Nearly 750 attendees gathered on April 23 to celebrate with survivors as they modeled today's styles on the runway. It was an inspiring event!

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Roxanne Kramer Award Presented to Jean Dean

Jean Dean of Davenport was honored as the sixth annual Roxanne Kramer Award recipient at Trinity Health Foundation's Stylin' Against Breast Cancer Luncheon and Style Show held Thursday, April 23. She, the leader of the Quad-City Breast Cancer Support Group (QCBCSG), was nominated by Lori Smith and Roxanne Kramer herself due to her constant fight not only for herself but also for other survivors. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002.

This annual honor is given to an outstanding individual(s), organization or business that has tirelessly contributed to the quality of life of breast cancer survivors and which through deed, word and ongoing advocacy, has helped educate the community about breast cancer and breast health.

Kramer, a breast cancer survivor herself, owns "Always a Woman" boutique in Moline that specializes in wigs, head wear, specialty bras and fits breast prostheses for breast cancer survivors. She also co-founded the Quad City Breast Cancer & Lymphedema Support Group, made up of almost 2,000 area women, and devotes countless hours coordinating survivor models for and emceeing the style show fundraiser.

You Did It!

Thanks to the generosity and caring of you, our wonderful donor, your new Emergency Department/Heart Center will begin welcoming patients April 2015!

Originally announced in January, 2013, Trinity officials formally broke ground on the 90,000 square-foot, 3-story expansion in June 2013.

The new space will include an all-new state-of-the-art emergency department with 2 trauma bays to treat more than one profoundly injured patient at the same time; a comprehensive Heart Center with cath labs, surgery, cardiac rehab and education; and a Crisis Stabilization Unit with 6 psychiatric patient safe rooms, interview rooms, and a "living room" area that will help calm those in crisis.

Your support helped raise $6.75 million for this amazing QC resource. It would not exist without you.

For all the patients and family members who will benefit every hour of every day, thank you!