Helping others through grateful giving is a tradition people of our nation have kept for centuries. In this year like none we’ve experienced before, it is more important than ever to support those in need when they are most vulnerable.
WCA Foundation has been the recipient of that tradition for its 38 years of supporting the healthcare of this community. With the grants generated from its endowment and gifts given to be passed on for immediate needs at UPMC Chautauqua, the Foundation has not only supported this community’s health care this year, but those who provide it. Thanks to many generous gifts to the Staff Assistance Fund, donors have said thank you to the front-line employees of the hospital who received meals and gifts that helped make their sometimes-risky employment feel more appreciated. We hope you will also believe continued support of our staff and hospital is a tradition worthy of your support.
Generations of residents and guests of the Chautauqua Region have used the traditional Donation Days giving campaign of WCA Foundation as a tool to support the hospital that has served them from birth and even in emergencies. This year donors are once again invited to give their financial support to WCA Foundation in the spirit of gratitude for the healthcare enhanced through their gifts.
Your gift may be given online with the Give Now button and secure donation page, or with a check sent to WCA Foundation, 51 Glasgow Avenue, PO Box 840, Jamestown, NY 14702. Choose your preference of any fund held at the Foundation or one of the highlighted Donation Days Gratitude and Giving Campaign support funds. They make grants for cancer care, scholarships for employees, support and gifts to families having difficult times as well as grants to purchase cutting edge equipment to specifically address the health needs of the patients of UPMC Chautauqua.
Thank you for your support in this season of gratitude and giving – and all year long. WE are here to help you.
Happy holidays from Brigetta Overcash, Executive Director, and Megan Barone, Director of Development, of WCA Foundation.