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Become a Champion for Health

A newborn struggling to breathe. A mother heroically battling cancer. A grandfather recovering from heart disease. These are just some examples of the lives you'll impact when you support AdventHealth Hendersonville Foundation, formerly Park Ridge Health Foundation.

How You Can Help

There's More Than One Way to Give

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Make a Donation 

Your gifts, large or small, make a meaningful difference in the countless lives we touch each day. With our online giving portal you can make fast and secure gifts donations.

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What Donor Gifts Mean

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Tiffany was just one year old when her mom was diagnosed with a malignant breast tumor. A mastectomy, chemotherapy and a series of radiation treatments had the potential to tear her family apart. But Cindy Dorn, petite and packed with attitude, had other ideas. "You've got to have the will power and the faith to get through it. I had three kids, and I had to care for them."
As a tribute to her mom's strength, Tiffany organized Hoops for Hope, a basketball fundraiser at East Henderson High, where Tiffany is a three-sport athlete and three-year starter on the Eagles basketball team. The event was a focal point of Tiffany's senior project and raised $10,014.50 for cancer services at AdventHealth Hendersonville.

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What Donor Gifts Mean

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Eleanor knew something was wrong. She and her husband Jack often walked the AdventHealth Hendersonville walking trails near their home. One day her husband's pace slowed, then stopped altogether. Jack needed immediate medical attention. After leading him to the closest bench on the trail, Eleanor went for help. Within minutes, Jack was receiving care in the Emergency Department.
After Jack's complete recovery, he and Eleanor were so thankful, they wanted to give back in a special way. This year, they donated a new bench along the walking trail for others who may need a moment to rest or reflect.

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