UMC Foundation - Lubbock, Texas

UMC Health System is comprised of over 4,600 team members with a total of 501 licensed beds in Lubbock, Texas.   

Together with medical staff, volunteers and leadership, they share a strong commitment to our patients, one that defines their culture, Service is our Passion.  This sets them apart in Lubbock and throughout the region. They are teaching the leaders of tomorrow while offering a culture of service today. 

Rice Health Foundation - Willmar, Minnesota

In 1937, Rice Memorial Hospital was built with a trust from Colonel Cushman Rice in memory of his parents, Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. Albert Rice. During the next 75 years it grew to become the largest city-owned hospital in Minnesota. Rice is currently a Level 3 Trauma hospital located 100 miles west of the Twin Cities metro area in Willmar, Minnesota.  Its service area encompasses 14 counties, providing healthcare coverage to a quarter of a million people.  They maintain 100 inpatient beds, employ more than 900 staff, and credential over 350 physicians.

Adventist Health - Feather River - Paradise, California

Adventist Health is a faith-based, nonprofit integrated health system serving more than 75 communities on the West Coast and Hawaii. Their compassionate and talented team of 33,300 includes more than 24,600 employees; 5,000 medical staff physicians; and 3,700 volunteers working together in pursuit of one mission: living God's love by inspiring health, wholeness and hope. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist heritage and values, Adventist Health provides care in 19 hospitals, more than 280 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 13 home care agencies, seven hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers. Together, their team is inspired to transform the health experience of their communities, with their unique focus on physical, mental, spiritual and social healing.

Whatcom Hospice Foundation - Bellingham, Washington

Whatcom Hospice Foundation is an independent charitable organization comprised of dedicated volunteers and knowledgeable staff who raise funds and build community awareness in support of Hospice services in Whatcom County. The Foundation owns and maintains the Whatcom Hospice Campus, including Whatcom County’s only residential hospice facility, Hospice House.

Concord Hospital Trust - Concord, New Hampshire

As a charitable organization, Concord Hospital exists to meet the health needs of individuals within the communities they serve. Their campus is 114 acres with 295 licensed beds at their five centers of excellence.  Their mission is supported by Concord Hospital Trust, their philanthropic arm, which secures and distributes charitable gifts in accordance with donors intent.

Bozeman Health Foundation - Bozeman, Montana

From its beginnings as a single hospital in 1911, Bozeman Health’s service area now extends throughout southwestern Montana. The health system is comprised of several specialty treatment centers, a network of physician and urgent care clinics, outpatient treatment facilities, retirement and assisted living facilities, all staffed by hundreds of doctors, nurses, medical assistants, technologists, specialists, experts of many varieties and dedicated professionals.

Jamestown Regional Medical Center Foundation - Jamestown, North Dakota

Jamestown Regional Medical Center, formally Jamestown Hospital, is a regional medical facility providing inpatient and outpatient services to more than 55,000 people in the south central region of North Dakota. Between JRMC, Sanford Health Jamestown and Essentia Health Jamestown, the community is served by 19 local physicians and a variety of visiting specialists.

Founded in 1929, JRMC has been serving the community and surrounding area of Jamestown for more than 80 years.

Espanola Humane - Espanola, New Mexico

Española Humane has touched the lives of more than 143,000 companion animals since opening its doors 26 years ago. The nonprofit accepts every animal, regardless of how old, sick, neglected or abused. Their goal is to provide compassionate shelter and care to the thousands of animals that would otherwise have no refuge.  If they only accepted highly adoptable pets, the animals turned away would be at risk of being homeless, unwanted, and producing additional litters of homeless animals.  They ensure that these animals have a refuge from struggling on the streets or being neglected by a home where people have no time or resources to care for them.

In 2017, Española Humane received 2,863 animals, placing 83% of them in loving homes and completed 4,346 spay/neuter surgeries, 10,696 vaccinations and 2,326 microchips for pets in underserved neighborhoods. The nonprofit also gave away 1,200 pounds of straw to help insulate family pets during the winter.