Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation
Since its earliest days, our local hospital has been strengthened by generous community members who recognized the value of a strong hospital with steadfast commitment to the health and well-being of area residents.
Land for Noll Memorial Hospital, which would become Harrison County Community Hospital in 1990, was donated by private landowners. Donated funds also purchased many original furnishings and much of the early medical equipment.
The Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation advances this tradition of community support by raising funds for diagnostic and lifesaving equipment, new technologies, and other hospital needs. Our communities may be small, but we believe residents deserve quality care close to home.
Because Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law. There are many ways you can contribute to the Foundation.
- Immediate donations of cash, stocks, bonds, securities, real estate, or other assets
- Memorial donations in honor of a loved one
- Planned Giving: Naming the HCCH Foundation as beneficiary in a will, insurance policy, or other asset
Thanks to bequests from a community-minded couple who wanted to support the education of local healthcare workers for many years to come, the HCCH Foundation administers the Leah E. Wilcoxson-Slatten Trullinger & Howard O. Trullinger Nursing Scholarship.
With your help, we are building tomorrow's hospital today. You can help keep our local hospital strong—equipped with the latest technologies and patient services—by making a tax-deductible donation today.
You can make a donation by mailing a check to Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation, ATTN: Abbe Gibson, 2600 Miller Street, Bethany, MO 64424.
For more giving options or for more information about the Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation, call (660) 425-2211 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also print an HCCH Foundation brochure