Hospital Foundation Funds New Ultrasound Unit

Donors give $38,000 to purchase new unit for area patients.

Chelan, WA, April 28, 2023: LCCH Foundation recently donated $38,000 to fund the purchase of a new ultrasound unit at Lake Chelan Clinic. By providing access to ultrasound technology in a clinic setting, caregivers can offer better clinical screenings to patients.

"Were committed to ensuring that our community members receive excellent healthcare," said LCCH Foundation President Lester Cooper. Were excited to fund a gift that directly improves the quality of care for so many members of our community.

Manson HS Weight Room Gets Refreshed

Girls in Heather Teagues cross-training class at Manson High School will get the chance to train with better equipment, thanks to a grant funded by Lake Chelan Community Hospital Foundation.

Chelan, WA, February 4, 2023: Manson community members and athletes will have a new reason to get fit. The Manson School District is updating its weight room to offer better and safer equipment and facilities to both students and community members as part of its community outreach efforts. The Lake Chelan Community Hospital Foundation is providing $10,000 to support this effort to encourage community wellness.

Food 2 Schools Just Got Healthier

LCCH Foundation donates $800 to ensure healthy offerings for local food program.

Chelan, WA, March 12, 2023: LCCH Foundation recently joined local community organizations in supporting Food 2 Schools, a grassroots program that provides food to students who are food insecure. The Foundations $800 contribution to the program will be used to purchase 200 healthy food packs, enough to cover the majority of anticipated needs for the remainder of the 2014-2015 school year.

LCCH Foundation Receives Major Gift from Rio Tinto and Magnus Pacific

Two companies at work on the Holden Mine Cleanup give $20K to promote wellness in the Lake Chelan Valley.

Chelan, WA, October 9, 2023: Rio Tinto and Magnus Pacific are encouraging Chelan Valley residents to live better by giving 20K to wellness initiatives funded by the Lake Chelan Community Hospital Foundation. The contribution will allow the hospital to expand Club Max, a popular program that features a puppy mascot to engage children in an effort to fight obesity.

"Were very pleased with the successes of Club Max. Rio Tinto is proud to be a part of this program," said Holden Mine Cleanup Project Manager Dave Cline.

Lake Chelan Community Hospital Foundation
503 E Highland Ave, PO Box 1911, Chelan, WA 98816 (509) 682-6125