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Confluence Health is a regional healthcare delivery system that encompasses roughly 12,000 square miles in North Central Washington.

As our community continues to grow and new technologies are developed, the future of quality healthcare becomes increasingly important. Philanthropy will continue to play an important role in the improvement of healthcare services provided at Confluence Health.

We all want the best possible healthcare services. Together we can help make a difference to support Confluence Health. Thank you for your support.

Community of Donors

  • Masimo Patient SafetyNet System

    DSC_6590Local philanthropist Nancy Goodfellow stands in front of the ‘Gold Section’ of the donor wall where her plaque is, with Confluence Health CEO Dr. Peter Rutherford, before a demonstration of the Masimo Patient SafetyNet System she graciously donated to. Read more about the Masimo Patient SafetyNet System here.

  • Armada Extends Sponsorship

    DSC_2871Albert Rookard, VP of Armada Corp, announced at the Spirit of A.Z. Wells Gala, that they would be extending their original event sponsorship commitment of $100,000 over five years ($10,000 to each the golf tournament and Gala yearly) to $120,000 over six years.

  • Susan & Mark Neel

    Pictured (l to r) Don Atkin, Director of Perioperative Services; Rick Canning, Executive Vice President of Inpatient Services; Sue and Mark Neel
    Pictured (l to r) Don Atkin, Director of Perioperative Services; Rick Canning, Executive Vice President of Inpatient Services; Sue and Mark Neel

    We Would like to thank Sue and Mark Neel for their gracious generosity by purchasing a new Blood Temperature Management System for Central Washington Hospital’s Cardiology and Surgery Departments.
    The Neels made this purchase on behalf of their family members Lonnie Vee and Frank V. Taylor and Marguerite and Vernon Neel.  Lonnie Vee was a former nurse, and her daughter Marguerite was a longtime  volunteer in the Hospital’s records dept.

  • Armada Corp.

    armada logoArmada Corp. has partnered with Confluence Health Foundation with a five year Title Sponsorship agreement totaling $100,000 to help support both the Annual Golf Tournament and Spirit of A.Z. Wells Gala.

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  • Wade Family Literacy Endowment

    Presentation of  the "First Book"

    Presentation of the “First Book”

    Jim Wade has established the Wade Family Literacy Endowment at Confluence Health Central Washington Hospital and Clinics.  The Endowment will provide the Baby’s First Book and Books for Young Readers.  This program will ensure that every family with a newborn will have that first book to start reading together and building early literacy.  Older children will also receive an age-appropriate book to have during their stay and to take home.  The books will be distributed through Central’s Mother/Baby and Pediatric Units.

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  • Mike & Joanne Walker

    Joanne Mike WalkerThere are few who have made as big an impact on the well-being of our community as Mike and Jo Ann Walker.  Their gift of stock, valued at over $100,000, to the capital campaign is but one example of their incredible community philanthropy.  The Walkers give from their hearts humbly and graciously.

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  • Carl Campbell

    Evans_Campbell_NoahMr. Campbell made a $1 million gift to the Central Washington Hospital Foundation from his personal account and from the “Carl and Betty Campbell Foundation of Caring Fund,” the foundation he established with his late wife Betty. Mr. Campbell is pictured (center) with former Central Washington Hospital President & CEO Jack Evans and Foundation Executive Director Abel Noah.

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Save The Date – November 29, 2016


This year on Tuesday, November 29, 2016, Confluence Health Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. We invite you to join the movement and give this November 29th. More information to come.

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