Hawaii Pacific Health Donor Reports 2014 - Page 44

2013 Employee Giving Campaign As a not-for-profit health care system, Hawai‘i Pacific Health and its affiliated hospitals and clinics depend on the generosity of our community of donors, including employees, to support our mission of providing high-quality care to every patient, every time. Each August, the Hawai‘i Pacific Health Employee Giving Campaign gives our employees the opportunity to support the programs and services they care about at all of our campuses, as well as in the community. The 2013 campaign raised nearly $640,000 to support designated programs at our hospitals. This demonstrates our employees’ commitment to providing high-quality, compassionate health care to the people of Hawai‘i and the Pacific Region. KAPI‘OLANI CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK STRAUB CLINIC & HOSPITAL The Legacy Society Since 1986, Kapi‘olani Children’s Miracle Network has been generating funds and awareness for the support of vital medical care and treatment every child in our community deserves. Gifts support direct patient care, specialized medical equipment, neighbor island travel and patient transport, and lifesaving research and preventive education. One hundred percent of all funds stay in Hawai‘i and support pediatric programs at Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children. The Legacy Society honors generous individuals who have made provisions for Kapi‘olani Health Foundation, Pali Momi Foundation, Straub Foundation or Wilcox Health Foundation in their estate plans. KAPI‘OLANI MEDICAL CENTER FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN When patients cannot afford the medical care that they need, it is difficult for them to recover from an illness or injury. Often that care extends beyond the bedside and discharge. Patient long-term health is a concern when discharged patients are unable to pay for medications, medical supplies, transportation, rehabilitation, respite care or temporary housing. Donations to Straub supported 200 patients through the Kokua Fund. The fund helps uninsured and underinsured patients transitioning at discharge from Straub with access to medical support that will provide comfort and advance their recovery. KAPI‘OLANI HEALTH FOUNDATION PALI MOMI FOUNDATION Douglas* & Yoko MacMahon Anonymous (1) Ingeborg v.F. McKee* Anonymous (4) Dr. Joseph Nishimoto Edith Preuett Mr. Robert R. Bean Ms. Elizabeth R. Bell* Robyn & Dan Dolan Mr. Charles H. Hao Ms. Amy M. Hennessey Yeiko Higa* Ms. Poomaikelani Kawananakoa* Mrs. Marion W. Koichi Mr. Lowell H. Manabe M. Stanton Michels, MD Ms. Edith Miyahara Jeff D. Morris Mr. Keahi Pelayo Kenneth B. Robbins, MD and Clar