KGW & Providence Foundations celebrating heart month

Providence Heart Institute

Along with Valentine’s Day, February marks American Heart Month.

Providence Heart Institute is Oregon’s leading heart care provider, caring for 15,000 patients every year, discovering life-saving treatments, and inspiring people to live heart-healthy lives.

Together, Providence Heart Institute and Providence Foundations in Oregon have launched the We love that! campaign to raise $50 million. Your gift to We love that! will advance the very best care to every heart, accelerate innovation and discovery in heart health, and empower people to become their best, healthiest selves.

To learn more about this important work and how you can get involved, visit www.providencefoundations.org/heart.

Providence has been caring for communities for 160 years. That care is reflected in the We Love That campaign manifesto which says:  

We love that we are all so wonderfully different. We love the amazing diversity of interests, experiences and passions we each bring to life.

And we love that within each and every one of us is this beating heart that keeps us going and growing. Studying this remarkable engine, learning all we can about it, figuring out how it gets injured, how it gets better, how to make it strong again – this is our life’s work.

We love that we’ve been able to become a part of this community. We love that people trust us and rely on us when they are in need. And we love that we can, in turn, rely on this community.

Heart disease is still the number one killer in the country. We’ve made such strides, but we have so much more work to do and we cannot do it without your help. Your generous donation will help us continue to lead, continue to improve, continue to save lives and help people live healthier and happier.

We love that.


Resource Links

We Love That! Campaign

Providence Heart Institute

Online giving

Providence Foundations page

 

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