Foundation Receives GuideStar Recognition
Memorial Health Foundation has earned Silver Level recognition from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations. Memorial Health Foundation (formerly known as The Union County Hospital Association) has shared information about its finances, governance, and fundraising efforts with the GuideStar Exchange Program, which enables potential donors and the public to receive its most up-to-date information by visiting the GuideStar website.
Receiving this level of recognition from GuideStar assures donors to the Memorial Health Foundation that the money they give will be managed wisely,” explained Chris Norman, Director of Philanthropy. “GuideStar recognizes that we meet a high standard of transparency for our finances, and that we are prudent in how we use our funds to benefit our patients and the community through the provision of care at Memorial Health.”
To view the Memorial Health Foundation profile, visit guidestar.org.
The Memorial Health Foundation was founded as the Union County Hospital Association in October 1945 to raise funds for what would become Memorial Hospital.Now celebrating the 70th anniversary of its founding, the Memorial Health Foundation remains dedicated to its principles of providing health care, education, and services to its community.Recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt charitable entity under Section 501 (c)(3) , the foundation raises funds solely for the support of Memorial Health.