The Pioneers Healthcare Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization with the mission to raise philanthropic dollars for healthcare programs, services and equipment that will strengthen our community’s healthcare capacity. This will allow for the highest quality medical services and programs; provide new programs and improved technologies; and allow for enhanced access to cost-effective healthcare. We hope to inspire compassion in our community today and for generations to come.
THANK YOU to our Supporters
Colorado Department of Local Affairs
Freeman Fairfield Trust
Caring for Colorado
Albert & Mary K. Krueger; Bank of the San Juans; Colorado Grand; El Pomar Foundation; The Rosenberg Family; The Levy Family Trust; Meeker Cemetery District; Mountain Valley Bank; WPX Energy, Inc; White River Electric Association
The Borchard Families; Ken & Leslie Harman; Todd Young; Shawn & Misty Bolton; Western Colorado Community Foundation; Terry Goedert; PMC Employees; Meeker Lions Club; Steve & Sharon Parr; Richard & Cindy Welle (Honor of Welle Family); Mark & Marie Rogers; Leif & Margie Joy; Jean Gianinetti; Drew & Janny Varland; Stu & Carol Anderson; Mike & Patti Hoke; Twyla Jensen; Kim Brown; Jim Worrell; Mountain Radiology; Pathology Associates of Roaring Fork Valley; Give Cancer the Boot (Meeker HS Volleyball 2014); Beverly Steinman; Tammy North; Roxanne Vaillette; Bill & Debbie Jordan; Leota Cook; Reed & Kathleen Kelley; Jon & Abby Winklereid
Support Ongoing Services
Donate to the Pioneers Healthcare Foundation to support our ongoing services, such as Meals on Wheels that provides nutritional meals to low-income, elderly, disabled and ill residents that are not able to cook for themselves; Pioneers Healthcare Foundation Cancer Screening Fund that assists low-income and uninsured community members to receive necessary cancer screenings; Meeker Streaker Transportation options for the senior and disabled community to assist with doctors’ appointments, mid-day meals, church and other activities; Walbridge Wing Activities to support the physical and mental well-being of the residents in our long-term care facility; Grow Your Own workforce development program designed to address the workforce shortage of healthcare workers in our community; our various scholarships to promote local healthcare talent and education; and our camps, health fairs, wellness programs and technology support that is part of our general fund.