Whidbey General Hospital Foundation

Grant Programs

The mission of the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation is to support Whidbey General Hospital and community health endeavors through public awareness and the development and management of charitable resources.

To support this mission, the Foundation administers a Grant Program funded by contributions from individuals, organizations and grants from government agencies and other foundations. The Foundation Board of Directors considers and acts on grant requests as follows:

 

Amy Ayers Scholarship Fund

 

Community Grant Program

Due to current economic and philanthropic conditions, the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation Board of Directors has regretfully cancelled the Community Grant Program. No proposals will be sought, accepted or awarded in 2011.

 

Grants to Whidbey General Hospital

These grants are awarded to various Whidbey General Hospital departments in response to funding requests for specific programs or projects. The Foundation Board accepts funding requests five times per year. (January, March, July, September and November). Requests for funds restricted by donors for a specific department or a specific project may be submitted any time through a simplified process that includes verification by Foundation staff that the request adheres to the donor’s intent.

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A year of successful fundraising supported the WGH Foundation Breast MRI Program. Read more.

 

Teo Keilwitz

You’re never too young to care about your community. Teo Keilwitz, 12, raised money in 2013 to help Whidbey General acquire a Breast MRI system. Read more.

 

Troy Holmes

The WGH Foundation helped provide a crucial safety upgrade to the hospital’s fire alarm system Read more.