The I GIVE Campaign for EvergreenHealth Monroe is the Foundation’s annual staff, physician, and volunteer giving campaign. We hope to fulfill our year-round mission to provide our community with compassionate, safe and exceptional care, and build a culture of philanthropy at EvergreenHealth Monroe.
Staff have the opportunity to direct their I GIVE contribution to any service area where a fund is set-up. We invite and highly encourage employees to contribute to the Employee Giving Fund which supports the Small Grants Program.
Gifts are accepted year-round and employees can donate through payroll deduction, one-time cash gift, or donate PTO hours. In the Fall, the Foundation runs our staff campaign to bring awareness to our employee giving program.
Payroll pledges will be booked from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021 and will rollover each year, unless otherwise directed.
Thank you for partnering with us!
Basket includes beanie, scarf, flag, banner, lanyard, mug, and beef jerkey!
If you are currently enrolled in the I GIVE Campaign through payroll deduction, your contribution will automatically roll over to 2021.
Small Grants is a program in which employees at EvergreenHealth Monroe have the opportunity to apply for small grants for their departments to better meet the needs of their patients that otherwise cannot be covered by their budgets. Every year a committee is brought together to review the grants and award those that meet the small grant guidelines. For 2020, the committee will meet in December.
To replace outdated AED training units used inside and outside the hospital.
To purchase new shower curtains for safety, cleanliness and consistency for the Recovery Center.
To purchase new bed alarms, nebulizer, T-pumps, and hot water bottles for safer and better patient
To provide bleeding control kits to small groups after Stop the Bleed trainings in the community.
To acquire a new projector and computer station to support inpatient and outpatient programs.
To heighten the level of security for our staff and patients as well as to aid law enforcement in the
event of an incident on campus.