Community Health Network Foundation receives multi-million dollar grant to prevent Indiana youth suicides
SAMHSA funding accelerates Community’s Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative and responds to a critical Indiana healthcare issue
Community Health Network Foundation has received a $3,679,744 grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to prevent suicide attempts and deaths among Indiana’s youth ages 10 to 24. The federal funding allows Community Health Network to accelerate its Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth initiative, a comprehensive early intervention and suicide prevention program that will train healthcare and youth-serving organizations to identify and refer at-risk youth. Read more >>
Chicago will serenade donors at Community Health Network Foundation cancer fundraiser
The Giving Gig 2015 will raise funds to help Community's cancer patients with financial struggles
The iconic band Chicago will headline The Giving Gig 2015, the Foundation's annual event that raises donations to help Community Health Network's cancer patients challenged with financial difficulties. The Giving Gig will be held on February 14, 2015, at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown hotel. Chicago's performance will highlight an evening of giving and romance, with proceeds benefiting Community's cancer patients and their families.
During Giving Gig 2014, nearly 900 donors united in a fight against cancer, raising $600,000 for our cancer patients.
Tickets for the Valentine's Day event are now available! To purchase, visit eCommunity.com/GivingGig or call 317-355-4483.
Foundation merger strengthens Indianapolis fundraising efforts
Community Health Network’s board of directors has approved the merger of Community Westview Hospital Foundation into Community Health Network Foundation. The merger maximizes fundraising opportunities in our Indianapolis-area markets while also fostering cost-savings and consistent communications to donors and grateful patients and their families.
As one fundraising entity serving the core of Community’s central Indiana market, Community Health Network Foundation is positioned to meet the strategic needs of our East, North, South and West regions.
The funds transferred from Community Westview Hospital Foundation to Community Health Network Foundation have established a new West Region Fund to fulfill the greatest needs of that region’s patients and caregivers. That fund will be managed by David Williams, DO, president of Community’s West Region.
For questions, or to make a donation to support Community’s patients, caregivers and Central Indiana communities, please call 317-355-GIVE.