Enloe Donors Make a Difference

Helping Vaccinate Our Community Against COVID-19Ken Grossman and Katie Gonser

The donors who give to the Enloe Foundation change lives every day. Their generosity helps improve critical medical services, facilities, and programs that enhance the health of our community and offer hope to those Enloe Medical Center serves.

Now that COVID-19 vaccinations are becoming available, donors are once again making an impact.

To help with this effort, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Founder Ken Grossman and his wife, Katie Gonser, have established a matching grant in the amount of $750,000 at the Enloe Foundation. The couple will match every dollar given, up to $750,000.Golden Valley Bank team with Enloe Senior Team

President and CEO of Golden Valley Bank Mark Francis, pictured on the right, answered the call with the first matched gift of $75,000.

“Our economy needs a good shot in the arm! Getting as many folks vaccinated as soon as possible is the best way to get past this pandemic,” Mark said. “We encourage our business community to answer Ken and Katie’s call to get our community vaccinated and our economy back on track.”

Our sincerest thank you to him and Dan Gonzales for Meriam Park’s contribution of space for our vaccine clinic and a cash donation of $75,000 from Fifth Sun.

Fifth Sun and Enloe's Senior Team“In addition to the health and wellness of community members during COVID-19, I hope for the economic health of local businesses and their ability to weather this pandemic,” said Dan, pictured on the right.

“Owning four businesses with over 400 employees, I have personally felt the challenges many businesses face during COVID-19. I believe our path toward recovery begins with the vaccination of as many people as fast as possible. I encourage other businesses to join us and help remove the financial constraints Enloe faces in its efforts to vaccinate our population as quickly as we can.”

We are extremely grateful to the community members who have donated time, resources and money to help Enloe vaccinate our community against Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Want to help? Contact the Enloe Foundation at (530) 332-4550 or make a gift now.

And thank you to everyone who gives to the Enloe Foundation. See the impact you make.

Generosity at Work

Formed in 1986 and guided by a volunteer, community-based board of directors, the Enloe Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our goal is to provide meaningful giving opportunities for philanthropic-minded individuals and businesses who want to make a significant impact.

Current Needs

Currently, the Foundation is raising funds for:

  • The Enloe Regional Cancer Center
  • Where the Need Is Greatest
  • The Compassion Fund

Join us! Charitable gifts of all sizes are welcome and appreciated. Donate online or view other options to make a gift.

Recent Donor Successes

Over the years, the Enloe Foundation has reached several fundraising milestones. Here are just a few.

Starmer Cardiovascular Care Center | Opening in 2020
Thank you for every heartfelt donation that is helping us to create a state-of-the-art heart center for our community.

 

 

Take Flight Campaign | Mission Accomplished!
Thank you to the 1,900 households and businesses in our region for helping us raise more than $1.19 million to help pay for Enloe FlightCare's new EC130 T2 helicopter!

 

 

Century Project | We Made It!
Thank you to every individual and organization that assisted in reaching our $15 million goal for this important hospital expansion program.

 

For more information about fundraising activities, contact the Enloe Foundation.

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