FOUNDATION MAKES NEW PURCHASES
The Foundation for Annie Jeffrey presented a check to Annie Jeffrey Health Center for the new Ultrasound machine and new Orthopaedic Surgery equipment after receiving donations from their annual campaign. The Foundation recently received funds from Pinnacle Bank, a grant from The Ethel S. Abbott Charitable Foundation and a grant from the Mary Tous Foundation to help with these purchases.
When most people think of ultrasound, obstetrics is the first thing to come to mind. While an ultrasound is an exciting part of obstetrics the technology of an ultrasound machine can be used in multiple medical fields from anesthesiology, tendons, urology, cardiology, ophthalmology, muscles and so much more. Doctors employ ultrasound imaging in diagnosing a wide variety of conditions including the heart and blood vessels, liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, uterus, ovaries, eyes, thyroid and more.
Pictured with the new Ultrasound are Joe Lohrman, Annie Jeffrey CEO, Susan Chrastil, Foundation Director, and Foundation for Annie Jeffrey Board Members, Karleen Watts, Margie Hayes, Mary Lerch, Steve Peterson, Karen Stevens, John Girard, Kathy Gabel and Radiology Manager, Nataly Sanley.
HARVEST FOR A HEALTHY LIFE
Join with us in our HARVEST FOR A HEALTHY LIFE campaign by making a donation to the Foundation for Annie Jeffrey. Funds raised from this will go toward our annual campaign.
Donating grain, rather than cash, is a popular form of giving in our agricultural community. Farmers can donate grain before it is sold, saving on taxes. Producers gift a certain number of bushels to the Foundation and then the Foundation sells the grain. The producer doesn’t have to claim the donated grain as income but can deduct the cost of raising those bushels.
All donors giving gifts accumulative of $1,000 or more will be recognized on our “Wall of Commitment”.
Tell your local elevator manager you’d like to make a grain donation to the Foundation for Annie Jeffrey today. Your donation is an investment in the health of your community. Donate today!