Sioux Center Health Foundation exists to help people share in our ministry of bringing hope, health and healing to life. Gifts to the Sioux Center Health Foundation allow us to continue our unwavering commitment of offering high quality health care right here in our community.
Your generosity makes a difference in the lives of those we serve by being a part of the hands and feet of Jesus’ healing ministry. You are helping our ministry touch the lives of thousands – whether patients are facing an urgent need, a devastating disease, or seeking to improve the quality of their life.
Through a planned gift, you can support our mission today, with cash or stock for example, or design a plan as part of your estate to benefit our children, patients, tenants, and community after your lifetime.
Explore your options below and find a plan that meets your goals.
The Sioux Center Health Foundation provides an opportunity for friends and supporters to share in the health ministry through charitable gifts.
Memorial gifts are a perfect way to remember a special friend or loved one. Memorial gifts also help to provide for the special needs of people seeking health care in our region. Your gift can help save a life or improve the quality of living for others. Through your support, you will touch the lives of our patients, residents, and their families in a special and meaningful way.
Honor gifts celebrate special events and occasions in our lives or the lives of our family and friends. By remembering someone in this way, you not only honor that person, but also support health care services for people in our communities. Honor gifts are given in celebration of birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, graduations, or as a way to express your thanks for a kind gesture.
Endowment gifts, in the form of true, term, and general endowments help provide continuing long-term resources to meet present and future needs of individuals as we fulfill our health ministry. As you make financial plans for your future, please remember the Sioux Center Health Foundation.
– Life Insurance Policy – list Sioux Center Health Foundation as the beneficiary
– Estate Planning – identify a specific amount or percentage of the residual for Sioux Center Health Foundation
– Stocks, Mutual Funds, and Property
– Charitable Remainder Trust
– Gift Annuity or Deferred Gift Annuities, where making a gift to Sioux Center Health Foundation allows the donor a tax deduction and provides income for the rest of their life
November is National Hospice Month and the holiday seasons marks the time for the Loving Tree Project to benefit Sioux Center Health Hospice and Home Care. Donors may designate a person to honor or remember with a special ornament displayed on the Loving tree in the hospital town center.
Swinging Fore Scholarships Golf Tournament
The Sioux Center Health Foundation is hosting the Annual Swinging Fore Scholarships Foundation Golf Tournament on Monday, August 13 at The Ridge Golf Club in Sioux Center. We invite you to play in a 18-hole tournament which kicks off with a shotgun start at 12 pm. Registration begins at 11:30 am. Each year the proceeds from this tournament are used to provide scholarships to students pursuing careers in the health care field. For more information on the golf tournament or to register a team online, click here. Registration and sponsorship deadlines are due August 1.
Swinging for Scholarships
The Sioux Center Health Foundation provides scholarships to area high school students and community members who are actively pursuing a career in the health field. Download a Scholarship Application. Applications are due by Friday, March 16, 2018.
This year the Foundation will be awarding scholarships to:
– Seniors from area high schools will be awarded $750. Seniors can be from Sioux Center, Hull Western Christian, Boyden-Hull, Unity Christian, Netherlands Reformed and Trinity Christian.
– Employee Family Members (immediate family) will be awarded $750.
– Sioux Center Health Employees will be awarded $1500.
– College level Freshmen/Sophomores will be awarded $750 and Junior/Senior level will be awarded $1500.
Cans for Kids
The Early Childhood Center has a drop off location near their facility for people to bring empty cans. These proceeds go towards equipment and supplies for children.
Car Seat Safety Program
The Car Seat Safety program gives child safety seats to children who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident or are in need of a first car seat for a newborn.
Cribs for Kids
This program was created to provide families with a Sleep Safe Kit for a protected sleeping environment for their newborn baby.
Paint the Gym Pink
T-shirts designed by local high school students may be purchased and worn to work, school and the basketball game. This event is held annually during a home high school basketball game. The proceeds help provide free digital mammograms for those whom cannot afford this service.
Sioux Center Health Gift Shop
Sioux Center Health Gift Shop is located in the hospital town center. The shop features gift items, jewelry, scarves, greeting cards, home decor, inspirational items, toys, candy, and much more. The proceeds from the gift shop support the Sioux Center Health Foundation. Hours: 9 a.m. – 4pm Monday through Friday.
Sioux Center Health Foundation Board:
Les Brommer – CHAIR
LoriAnne Andersen, MD– VICE CHAIR
Dr. Dan Clousing
Brian Van Engen
Dale Vander Berg
Erin Vander Velde