Day 10 of 25 Days of Giving: Community Health Network Foundation

Each day, for 25 days during the month of December, the Indians will highlight one community partner organization and how you can give back this holiday season. For more information, visit the 25 Days of Giving main post.

Day 10: Community Health Network Foundation

Save more lives and bring better health to more people. Donate to Community Health Network Foundation and give the gift of good health.

Your life, uninterrupted

At the end of every day, that is why we exist. To get our patients and their families back to their lives. To build healthy communities where everyone has convenient access to quality care. To help you live a healthy life, uninterrupted.

Community Health Network Foundation is the not-for-profit philanthropic organization of Community Health Network, comprised of four Indianapolis hospitals and more than 70 sites of care. Our mission is to raise financial support for the network to improve the health of the communities we serve.

Funds raised by our donors contribute to the benefit of connected, convenient, coordinated care. Those donor contributions allow us to support health care scholarships, clinical research, community development, school-based clinics and the delivery of innovative health care through technology and state-of-the-art facilities.

We are the steward of Community Health Network’s culture of philanthropy that began in 1951 when a group of east side Indianapolis residents decided to build a hospital based on community principles and with community dollars. They embarked on what the East Side Herald called “the swiftest, most effective fundraiser of our time,” collecting nickels, dimes and other donations from donors believing in a worthy cause. Those values and that same spirit of fundraising are alive today, in our name and in our work.

Donate at ecommunity.org.

 

Information courtesy of http://www.ecommunity.org/.

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