Change happens… You have seen it in your life and in the lives of your family and friends. Most of the time, change is a good thing … babies, a marriage in the family, a new car or maybe Christmas at someone else’s house for a change. But what happens when change is tough? What happens when change requires tough decisions about your life, the life of a family member or your children or grandchildren’s health? Things like sickness, car wrecks, cancer and procedures are all devastating. Thinking through the logistics, treatment plans, best doctors and the right care are all grueling things we hope you never have to experience. That’s why the Cabell Huntington Hospital Foundation exists. We want to create a hospital right here in the heart of Central Appalachia, where people from all over can come and get the kind of care they would in the biggest of cities. Because each of us lives in this region, we know that sometimes access to certain types of health care is a long drive from home. We all
know people who have had to take their parents or children out of town to get treatment for periods of time. Today we want to ask you to help us to continue to change that scenario by giving and investing in health care in our region.
As you browse this website and learn more about the work the Foundation is doing to help people who need help, we want to invite you to join us. Together, let’s improve cancer care, build the Hoops Family Children’s Hospital and reach more people with health and education training. Let’s work together to bring an amazing facility and program and doctors to our region of the country to serve everyone — especially our children, grandchildren and great-grand children to come. Think about it. And be part of the work that is going on here. Together, we can do something that makes everyone in the country notice something amazing and unique. There are many ways to give and get involved. Stand with us today. We look forward to working with you!
If you have questions or ideas about how you would like to get involved, please let us know by emailing Velma Workman or calling her at 304.526.6314.