When it comes to the Employee Giving Campaign we're in "A League of Our Own!"
Your gift, combined with fellow employees, scores a home run when it comes to making an impact on our patients, our hospitals - and our very own employees.
By making a gift today, you're teaming up with fellow employees to make dozens of special programs for our patients and hospitals available free of charge.
Simply print and fill out a paper form Or donate online.
The deadline for November PTO has passed. If you would like to donate February PTO through the Employee Giving Campaign, complete the online form.
The Employee Giving Campaign continues throughout the month of December. Call the Foundation at 241-6304 with any questions.
New This Year!
Each week in September, all employees who have made a gift will be entered into a drawing for a $100 matching gift to a fund of their choice.
Our winning record speaks for itself. Here's how employees made an impact with the 2016 Employee Giving Campaign:
Gifts given through the EGC were distributed to many wonderful programs. Here are a few ways how your contributions to the EGC helped:
- $162,289 was given to the ED & Critical Care Center Campaign for Iowa Methodist Medical Center and Blank Children's Hospital
- $58,896 was given to Child Life Program at Blank Children's Hospital
- $38,028 was given to Behavioral Health/Mental Health Programs at Iowa Lutheran Hospital
- $31,719 was given to 2017 Hops for Hospice Event at UnityPoint at Home
- $49,660 was given to the Employee Crisis Fund through UPH-DSM, UPC and UPAH
- $14,985 was given to the JSCC Compassion Fund
- $14,184 was given to La Clinica at UPC
Your dollars hit a grand slam for good!
- 70 transplants were performed last year by the Transplant Center - the most in one year. Many patients need support through the Patient Assistance Fund.
- The average assistance provided through IMMC Compassion Fund is $50 for medications or medical equipment to help them transition home.
- Child Life makes over 29,000 visits with patients and families last year. This program helps with pain management, reduces stress and works with patients with an age appropriate approach.
- The Powell Chemical Dependency Program treated over 600 patients last year.
- Every year hundreds of patients access the support and wellness programs provided by John Stoddard Cancer Center free of charge because of philanthropy.
- UnityPoint Health at Home provides bereavement support and comfort therapies to thousands of patients. This includes music, massage and pet visits.
We're your biggest fan for choosing to support the Employee Giving Campaign! Hats off to you!