LeeAnne Brennan, a retired resident, has sewn 700 masks at home to help protect the health care workers of Emanate Health’s three hospitals and hospice.
Learn how you can save on taxes, give from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and support Emanate Health Foundation for the end of 2020.
More than 400 individuals, businesses and community organizations have contributed cash or in-kind gifts toward COVID-19 relief. You can still help to support Emanate Health care workers by donating to the COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Emanate Health is grateful to receive a generous donation of 200 face shields from Team 968 RAWC, the robotics team of West Covina High School.
Emanate Health has its own thrift shop that offers quality clothing and small household items at bargain prices. Located in Covina, the Bargain Box is operated by the Emanate Health Inter-Community Hospital Auxiliary.
A grateful patient, Raul Dela Rosa, returned to Emanate Health Inter-Community Hospital on the one-year anniversary of his heart surgery to thank his caregivers for helping to restore his health. He was greeted by many of the staff members who worked with him on his road to recovery.
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.