To accelerate excellence in healthcare at Valley View through philanthropy. To that end, the Foundation has proudly partnered with the community to support healthcare innovation and advancement at Valley View.
You Can Help
Heart Care supports Valley View's Advance Catheterization Laboratories within our 5-Star rated Heart and Vascular Center.
Health4Life at Valley View is a patient-centered initiative to support lifestyle changes for better health.
Your donations provide patients of the Calaway·Young Cancer Center an opportunity to receive complimentary services and resources including acupuncture, massage, support groups, emergency assistance and more.
Our employees are amazing and give more than $50,000 each year to make a difference in the lives of our patients.
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As a nonprofit, the Valley View Foundation is governed by a dedicated Board of Directors. Current members are:
Michelle Lefebvre, Secretary
Jon Warnick, Treasurer
Dr. Frank McGuirk
Gary Brewer, Valley View CEO
Brian Leasure, Valley View Trustee Representative
I’ve had an opportunity to work to help raise money, initially for Valley View’s Cancer Center. It has been one of the joys of my life. Now with the new program Health4Life, I’m even more exhilarated, because I think preventative medicine is really the best thing that can happen in this valley. When people give to the Foundation, everyone in the valley benefits.
This is such a small community that by donating to the Foundation, you’re not just giving money to a hospital that is treating cancer patients, you’re giving to your neighbor, or your neighbor’s child, or your coworker, or it could be your child’s teacher who is going through something.
Ten years ago we donated to Valley View to start a heart center to help people who’ve had a heart attack. The cardiac care in the valley has gone so far beyond that. We now have people who come from Texas, from Florida and from Spain who are getting services here at Valley View that they couldn’t get somewhere else.
I rally because cancer affects all of us. Everyone has a spouse, a parent, a child, a sibling, a neighbor, a coworker, or a friend who has been touched by cancer. Everyone. And everyone should have the opportunity to be treated at a facility as amazing as CYCC.