Visiting Nurses Foundation provides a variety of services including a medical equipment bank. Click below for more information about the services we provide.
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Visiting Nurses Foundation graciously accepted a donation of a 2000 Astro Van with a lift and power chair earlier this month to give to a deserving family. Earlier this month, an anonymous donor...
Visiting Nurses Foundation raised over $51,000 on July 20-21, 2017 at the 19th Annual Golf Tournament benefitting hospice patients and their families in our community.
On Thursday, July 20, 2017 several community members celebrated and attending in conjunction with Chehalis-Centralia Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at Riverside Golf Course Pavilion fundraising event “Million Dollar Shootout” sponsored by Pacific Sports Spa. Individuals had the opportunity to buy shooter passes with an opportunity to win one million dollars. The following day, 144 golfers played best ball golf in the 19th Annual Golf Tournament. Overall the two-day event raised over $51,000 in which all proceeds benefit hospice patients and their families in our community which is an increase from $43,000 raised in 2016.
Thank you to everyone who donated, participated and made this event such a success!
Visiting Nurses Foundation is excited to receive $1,000 from The Allstate Foundation in honor of Allstate Agent Deanne Putman’s volunteerism. We are pleased to partner with Allstate and their...
Visiting Nurses Foundation has a unique partnership of donors and home healthcare providers, working together to insure that home health and hospice patients in our area, will not be denied medical care because of their inability to pay for those services. This relationship is based upon mutual respect and understanding. The need to maintain a high level of accountability for contributed funds is basic to the partnership. Patients and communities benefiting from assistance given by the Foundation are aware of this assistance.