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The Employee Caring Campaign Is Making a Difference

Thank you to the Samaritan employees who gave to our hospital foundations and local United Way agencies last year.

If you have any questions about your Samaritan Foundations contribution, please contact your local foundation office toll free at 844-768-4256 or email

For information about how your United Way investment is at work in your community, check out the United Way website.

If you have questions about your United Way contribution, please contact your local office:
Benton County: 541-757-7717
Linn County: 541-926-5432
Lincoln County: 541-265-5812

How You Can Give

Because 100% of your gift goes directly to the fund that you designate, you can be confident that your tax-deductible gift is being used to make the greatest difference possible. 

Donating by credit card?
Click the “Donate via Credit Card” button below, then click on the local hospital foundation to which you would like to donate. On the hospital foundation page, please scroll to the bottom of the page to fill out the donation form and input your credit card information. You will also be able to choose which fund you would like to support at this time.

Thinking about donating paid time off?
The cash value of your paid time off (PTO) will be added to and then subtracted from your gross pay in the first pay period of 2021. Payroll taxes for PTO will be deducted from your paycheck at the same time, which means the amount of the taxes is the only amount deducted from your paycheck.

Examples of Your Gifts at Work

$1 per pay period ($26 total) can cover supplies for the ArtsCare program.
$5 per pay period ($130 total) can provide an Employee Emergency Fund grant for a co-worker in a financial crisis
$10 per pay period ($260 total) can cover prescriptions, food or transportation assistance for a patient in need
$20 per pay period ($520 total) can cover the cost of support services for local patients.
$40 per pay period ($1,040 total) may fund a new piece of medical equipment for a hospital department or clinic, and qualifies for Samaritan Society membership (our recognition club for donors of $1,000 or more)

Funds You Can Support with the Samaritan Employee Caring Campaign

For a complete list of funds, please contact your local hospital foundation.

  • Where the need is greatest
  • ArtsCare
  • Cancer care
  • Diabetes
  • General education
  • Employee Emergency Fund
  • Heart/Critical Care
  • Hospice House Endowment
  • InReach Services
  • OB/Pediatrics
  • Palliative Care
  • Patient Support
  • Reach Out and Read
  • Sarah’s Place (Sexual Assault/Forensic Evaluation Center)
  • Samaritan Evergreen Hospice
  • Where the need is greatest
  • ArtsCare
  • Bernier Endowment
  • Cancer care
  • Cancer survivorship
  • Cardiac care
  • Center for Women and Families
  • Critical care
  • Employee Emergency Fund
  • Healing garden
  • Hospice
  • Integrative medicine
  • International medical travel
  • Malkin Fund for Orthopedic Overseas Volunteers
  • Medical residents training
  • Mental health
  • Mullins Endowed Scholarship
  • Nursing Excellence
  • Mario Pastega House Expansion
  • Mario Pastega House Endowment
  • Patient Support
  • Reach Out and Read
  • Women Investing in Samaritan Health (WISH)
  • Where the need is greatest
  • ArtsCare
  • Board-designated growth fund
  • Critical Care/Heart/Emergency Department
  • Diabetes
  • Emenhiser Infusion Therapy
  • Employee Emergency Fund
  • Girod Medical Scholarship
  • Healing gardens
  • Healing Garden Endowment Fund
  • John and Carol Dinges Medical Scholarship
  • Nurse Education Scholarship
  • Obstetrics/Pediatrics
  • Patient Support
  • Reach Out and Read
  • Rachel Easton, RN, Nursing Scholarship
  • Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services Program
  • Samaritan Evergreen Hospice
  • Surgery Department
  • Where the need is greatest
  • ArtsCare
  • Cancer support
  • Charity care
  • Early Learning Center
  • Employee Emergency Fund
  • Equipment
  • Hospital Facility Fund
  • Hospice
  • Mary Decker Scholarship
  • Medical training assistance
  • Patient Support
  • Prescription medication assistance
  • Where the need is greatest
  • ArtsCare
  • Cancer care
  • Cardiac care
  • Center for Health Education
  • Employee Emergency Fund
  • Equipment
  • General endowment
  • Healing garden
  • Hospice
  • Mario Pastega House
  • Patient support
  • Protein RX
  • Walk-in Clinic
  • Women’s cancer

Questions? Contact Us!

Samaritan Foundations Central Office: 1-844-768-4256
Albany General Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 93-0712890):
Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 23-7252406):
Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 93-1260080):
North Lincoln Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 93-0867677):
Pacific Communities Health District Foundation (Tax ID: 93-0858825):

Taylor Gilmour, assistant vice president of central operations, Samaritan Foundations,
Jennifer Stanaway, executive director, Albany General Hospital Foundation,
Darrel Kau, executive director, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation,
Brandy O’Bannon, executive director, Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation,
Cathy Sandoval, executive director, North Lincoln Hospital Foundation,
Ursula Marinelli, executive director, Pacific Communities Health District Foundation,
Christy Duncan, senior regional development specialist, Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation,
Whitney Olsen, regional development specialist, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation,
Bobby Williams, regional development specialist, Albany General Hospital Foundation,
Karla Clem, regional development specialist, Pacific Communities Health District Foundation,
Leslie James, regional development specialist, North Lincoln Hospital Foundation
Heidi Howard, annual giving & database administrator,
Mary Landis, grants compliance manager,
Haleigh Gallegos, patient assistance coordinator,
Lisa Evans, annual giving & database specialist,