To give to the CoxHealth Foundation means you want to offer compassion and understanding while at the same time supporting hope and possibly- cure. We call it Philanthropy for Life because gifts to health care improve, extend and enhance people’s lives.
Life can often hand us cards called cancer and heart disease, Parkinson’s and stroke. Accidents can change a life. Fate takes all control away. When this is you and you need a helping hand, the CoxHealth Foundation is a resource to help put your life back into your control.
You don’t have to be a doctor or nurse to impact community health. Everyone has the ability to be a care giver. The CoxHealth Foundation has many ways for you to get involved in making a difference.
One of life’s great gifts is good health. Unfortunately, until we lose it, too many of us take it for granted. At CoxHealth we never take for granted that you depend on us to provide the highest level of quality care. Our dedicated staff of physicians, nurses and other medical specialists work to ensure that you and your family have every opportunity for good health. To support our efforts, join our donor family at the CoxHealth Foundation. Please call us at 417-269-7150 for for more information.
Knot Forgotten Celebrates Cancer Patients Courageous Fight Posted Nov 16, 2015 By Keith Morris
Lola Tarr lost both her parents. She decided to move back to Missouri to live in their house, helping her out financially and through a rough time. When she arrived at the Fordland area farmhouse she finds it has no electric or running water and most of the appliances don’t work. Her car is already in disrepair and with no job, she can’t afford to renew the now expired plates. Top that off, she isn’t feeling well and is diagnosed with cancer. What else could happen?
Coach Howard Bell Strike Out ALS Poker Tourney is huge success! Posted Aug 28, 2015 By Keith Morris
Thanks to everyone who attended the Coach Howard Bell Strike Out ALS Poker Tourney at Twin Oaks in August. The 80 players and sponsors net $45,000 in proceeds, all of which is dedicated to a new ALS Clinic opening at CoxHealth.