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The Bethlehem Fund at the CoxHealth Foundation is focused on providing for the needs of expectant mothers. During pregnancy, high blood pressure can create health

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Join us on Monday, March 7th for this financial planning seminar. The evening will begin in the Ozark Room at Meyer Orthopedic Hospital at 5:30 PM. Light refreshments will be served. Our speaker, Paula Dougherty of Dougherty Wealth Management, an Ameriprise Financial affiliate, will discuss how to bring your retirement dreams and goals more within reach.

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Thanks to our donors this month’s Good Samaritan Fund Committee was able to distribute $7,777.20 to 17 patients in need. This month patient’s requests varied from $76.38 to $15,000. The Good Samaritan Fund Committee reviews each application to understand the circumstances each patient is facing.

Employee Giving Contest Posted February 1, 2016

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CoxHealth Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals are working together to help our patients. Sign up to be an employee donor and get up to 66 chances to win a prize.

BACK the BLUE a SUCCESS Posted January 29, 2016

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Thanks to everyone who helped us BACK THE BLUE. On January 29th CoxHealth employees were asked to wear blue in support of our Public Safety Department. Pins of the patch our officers wear were sold for $5. All 1,000 pins were sold out to make this day a success and to help provide scholarships for law enforcement training for our officers. Thank you to everyone who invested in keeping our patients and employees safe every day.

Back the Blue at CoxHealth Posted December 30, 2015

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On January 29th, we invite you to support our men and women in blue. On this day, we will recognize the daily protection these men and women give to employees, patients and all of those who walk through our doors. Join us, as we wear BLUE to show our appreciation and support.

Special tax-free IRA gifts Posted December 21, 2015

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For those aged 70½ or older, it is once again possible to make tax-favored charitable gifts from traditional and Roth IRA accounts.

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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?

Helping Our Own Posted October 27, 2015

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CoxHealth employee Leslie Gardner didn’t expect a bad mammogram. When the next step gave her the worst news – breast cancer- her world turned upside

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Inspiring a Gift of Hope Posted September 21, 2015

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Sometimes it is hard to give hope to others when something tragic happens.  That did not stop Hannah from raising money at her father’s funeral. 

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