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Fight Breast Cancer in our Community

One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and research proves that early detection is vital to improve survival rates. Click here to learn more.

Receive a Breast Cancer Awareness yard sign today for a $50 donation
and help make early detection possible for all women in the Wabash Valley.


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Employee Giving Campaign

The 2021 Employee Giving Campaign had a record turnout with 758 Union Health employees donating a total of $122,000! Thank you to all of our Difference Makers.

Even though the official campaign is over, our employees can still “Give A Difference” and help support patient assistance programs, new medial equipment, continuing education, healthcare services and community health initiatives.



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Your Gifts In Action

This past year has been one of unprecedented challenges and change. Incredible generosity helped Union Health Foundation be part of raising more than $846,000 through philanthropy. There is an act of kindness behind each and every one of those dollars. We hope this report illustrates the tangible impact charitable support has on the patients and community we serve.



View the 2020 Impact Report

New Patient Care Technology

Donations to Union Health Foundation brought groundbreaking technology to the Wabash Valley in December 2020.  The Foundation awarded a $97,500 grant to Union Hospital to purchase a Masimo SafetyNet patient management system.

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Local Family Gives Back

For the past two years, Ravyn and Alec Enstrom have organized a softball tournament to raise money for Union Health Foundation’s Bereavement Services Fund. The tournament, “Batting for Barrett” is in honor of their son Barrett Richard Antone Enstrom who was stillborn on December 7, 2018.

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Lives Changed

At the end of the day, Union Health is about people. Learn about people whose lives have been changed by the experiences at Union, both patients and volunteers.

What We Support
Community Outreach