On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. Here are 5 things you need to know about charitable giving in view of the CARES Act.
Gordon Shipp, former chairman of the Foundation Board of Trustees, ended his 4-year battle with cancer on January 18, 2020. He is dearly missed. Gordon was a simple man who was always positive, compassionate and brought people together for the common good.
There are at least five factors that support the ever-increasing impact of charitable gifts, especially when you give to a charitable organization.
A Girl Scout troop in Glendora generously donated books and a book cart for patients during their stay at Emanate Health Foothill Presbyterian Hospital.
In the 8th Annual Pediatric Toy Drive, our Clinical Leadership team, employees and community members donated hundreds of toys to benefit pediatric patients for the holiday season, and throughout the entire year.
What happened to Adam Arambula at school that Monday is never supposed to happen, and rarely does. “When we first arrived on scene, we found Adam lifeless — he was clinically dead,” Fireman/Paramedic Joseph Silguero explained.
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Mitchell and Lisa Fuerst, simply put, make the world a better place. Individually successful, together they become a powerhouse and a force for good. Both smart, ambitious and dynamic leaders, Mitchell and Lisa have earned the titles of president and vice president, respectively. Both determined, they exhibit strengths derived from very different backgrounds.
Robert H. Curry is the president and chief executive officer of Emanate Health. Twelve years ago, Rob accepted the opportunity to lead Emanate Health (then known as Citrus Valley Health Partners) and relocated with his wife, Lori, from northern California to the San Gabriel Valley. Rob and his team turned a community-based health care system facing difficulty into a high-performing continuum of care, one of the fastest growing in the state. In the midst of building his team and making smart business decisions, Rob fell in love with the mission.