Any gift can be directed toward one of the funds we currently manage. If no designation is made, your gift will be considered unrestricted and used in support of the Foundation and/or directed to a priority initiative at the direction of the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Currently, we accept donations for:
Research has long linked the environment and its role in healing of mind, body and spirit. The new rooftop garden gives patients, visitors and staff access to elements of nature—serving as a place of solace and healing beyond the patient room.
Offering ongoing education opportunities is a valuable resource for recruiting and retaining nurses. To this end, the Foundation has launched a multi-year fundraising effort to support nurse education initiatives. For more information, click here!
This trail will provide patients with a place to safely practice mastering common obstacles present in the everyday outdoor environment while still assisted by our skilled rehabilitation team. This is a special opportunity to add a unique feature to the new Orthopaedic Center and help patients get back into motion and on the road to recovery one step at a time.
Harrison Medical Center’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Department is Kitsap County’s only provider of occupational, physical, and speech therapies for kids age 0-18, that also accepts Medicaid payments for care (the payer for 64% of our patients).
Through this program, these children can learn how to use a variety of adaptive equipment in the clinic setting so they can have access to them in their homes. Once the child has the equipment, their world changes significantly. For example, for a child to go from being carried or moved in a stroller (controlled by an adult) to standing upright in a walker, moving under their own volition—this child is now able to go and explore where he or she wants to go.
Any woman can get cancer. The key to survival is early detection through important screening exams, such as mammograms and pap smears. Unfortunately, many women in our community lack adequate health insurance, and are often diagnosed with cancer at later stages when it is harder to treat.
A new Women’s Health Screening Fund has been created by the Harrison Medical Center Foundation that will help women access potentially life-saving screenings for breast and cervical cancer. The fund extends the safety net that already exists in our community by working with local, contracted providers of the Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program (BCCHP).