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Join Us in Building Healthier Communities Together

Stronger Together is a unique campaign, focusing on local and regional initiatives of the five site‑based Samaritan Foundations, in alignment with Samaritan Health Services’ strategic priorities of quality & service excellence, employee engagement, community partnership and sustainability. 

Philanthropy is more important than ever to address the social determinants of health throughout the stages of life. Our priority is to support initiatives that don’t generate revenue, rather they support our mission in action. With this campaign, we want to:

  • Unite community partners at all levels, and welcome new support through inclusive outreach.
  • Provide a menu of priority projects and initiatives that address the most pressing needs locally and regionally.
  • Feature population health initiatives to address the social determinants of health.

Our Goal Is to Raise $35 Million Together by 2025

Samaritan’s five site-based foundations will contribute toward the Stronger Together campaign in a shared commitment toward the health care needs of all people in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties.

Albany: $5 million       Corvallis: $15 million    
Lebanon: $5 million    Lincoln City: $5 million
Newport: $5 million

Background image: Doug Boysen is President/CEO of Samaritan Health Services, Corvallis, Oregon.

Finding Our Strength

“Working together — with donors and communities in support of our local hospitals — is where we find our strength. We are committed to engaging and nurturing partnerships with local supporters to Build Healthier Communities Together — both within and beyond our hospital walls. As an organization, we are dedicated to serving our communities as an inclusive, respectful, equitable and responsive health care system.”

–Doug Boysen, President/CEO of Samaritan Health Services

 

Stronger Together Is Centered Around Four Campaign Priorities

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Improving Access

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Building Community

  • Samaritan Evergreen Hospice:  Provides comforting care during the final days of a patient’s life and support for family members during and after their passing.

  • Sarah’s Place:  Provides a safe place for survivors of sexual assault to receive resources and care.

  • Reach Out and Read Program:  Provides each child a new book to take home during Well-child visits.

  • Care Hub:  Provides care and coordination services for vulnerable patients to reduce medical and social barriers to care.

  • ArtsCare:  Provides specially trained local artists and musicians for workshops and music for patients as well as artwork for public spaces.
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Inspiring Hope

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Leaving a Legacy

  • Research:  Provides patients access to novel therapies, supports development of workforce research skills, builds a culture of evidence to help Samaritan grow as a learning health system, and engages external partners on nationally competitive research projects.

  • Scholarships:  Inspires, empower and grow health care workforce talent.

  • Endowments:  Sustains health care programs and healing environments for generations to come.

Our Team

Central Operations:
Taylor Gilmour
, vice president, Samaritan Foundations, tgilmour@samhealth.org
Maisa Athamneh, grants administration specialist, mathamneh@samhealth.org
Lisa Evans, annual giving & database specialist, levans@samhealth.org
Haleigh Gallegos, strategic programs specialist, hgallegos@samhealth.org
Heidi Howard, annual giving & database administrator, hhoward@samhealth.org
Mary Landis, grants compliance manager, mlandis@samhealth.org

Albany General Hospital Foundation:
Jennifer Stanaway,
executive director, Albany General Hospital Foundation, jstanaway@samhealth.org
Bobby Williams,
senior development specialist, Albany General Hospital Foundation, robertw@samhealth.org

Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation:
Darrel Kau,
executive director, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, dkau@samhealth.org
Whitney Olsen,
senior development specialist, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, wolsen@samhealth.org

Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation:
Brandy O’Bannon,
executive director, Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation, bobannon@samhealth.org
Christy Duncan,
senior development specialist, Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation, chduncan@samhealth.org

North Lincoln Hospital Foundation:
Leslie James, associate director, North Lincoln Hospital Foundation, lejames@samhealth.org
Kennedy Courtney, 
senior development specialist, North Lincoln Hospital Foundation, kcourtney@samhealth.org

Pacific Communities Health District Foundation:
Ursula Marinelli,
executive director, Pacific Communities Health District Foundation, and coastal foundations director for Samaritan Foundations, umarinelli@samhealth.org
Karla Clem, 
senior development specialist, Pacific Communities Health District Foundation, kclem@samhealth.org

Samaritan Foundations Central Office
815 NW Ninth St., Suite 136
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone: 844-768-4256

Albany General Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 93-0712890): 
940 Sixth Ave. SW
Albany, OR 97321

(mailing address)
1046 Sixth Ave. SW
Albany, OR 97321
Phone: 541-812-4705

Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 23-7252406): 
3600 NW Samaritan Dr.
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone: 844-768-4256

Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 93-1260080): 
525 N. Santiam Hwy.
Lebanon, OR 97355

(mailing address)
PO Box 739
Lebanon, OR 97355
Phone: 541-451-7063

North Lincoln Hospital Foundation (Tax ID: 93-0867677): 
3010 NE 28th St.
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Phone: 541-557-6434

Pacific Communities Health District Foundation (Tax ID: 93-0858825): 
930 SW Abbey St.
Newport, OR 97365
Phone: 541-574-4745

  • Florida- A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll free, within the state, (800-HELP-FLA), or visiting FloridaConsumerHelp.com. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state. Florida registration #CH65787.
  • Nevada - Contributions may be tax deductible pursuant to the provisions of section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. §170(c).
  • Washington- From the Secretary of State at 800-332-4483 or sos.wa.gov/charities.

Join the Stronger Together Campaign

Our mission is to improve access, build community, inspire hope and leave a legacy for individual and community health across Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties. Become a contributor to the Stronger Together campaign today!

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