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The 25th Annual Healthy Futures Dinner Auction Goes Virtual

Due to Covid-19, the Foundation Board made the difficult decision to move our biggest event of the year to a virtual format.  Plan on Saturday, November 14, for a fun, engaging event delivered right to your home!  Stay tuned for details, and thank you for understanding.

 

A huge THANK YOU!

To all who supported the 24th Annual Healthy Futures Dinner Auction, we want to say thank you!  We had a record year, and netted $152,000 towards the new 4X4 ambulance.  This effort relied on the help of 65 volunteers, 70 people donating for the silent and live auctions, 64 hands up for the Paddle Raise, and more than 225 attending and supporting, or sending in their support if they couldn’t attend.  We couldn’t do this without you, Wallowa County!

 

HEALTHY FUTURES DINNER AUCTION

Since 1996, the Foundation has sponsored the Healthy Futures Dinner Auction. It has become Wallowa County’s largest event of the year. This elegant affair annually sells out to an enthusiastic and generous audience of over 200, who enjoy a catered dinner and auctions of various items at the Cloverleaf Hall in Enterprise. The proceeds from the Dinner Auction are targeted to a specific need at the hospital.

Donations for the Dinner Auction will be accepted starting in August. If you have something you would like to donate for our silent or live auction, please call Foundation Director Brooke Pace at 541.426.1913.

Helping improve and expand health care services in Wallowa County!

  • 2019: $152,470 for 4×4 Ambulance
  • 2018: $148,497 for Ultrasound System
  • 2017: $93,916 for Genius 3D Mammography
  • 2016: $68,981 for new patient beds
  • 2015: $59,378 Bone Density Scanner
  • 2014: $44,575 Telemedicine Robot
  • 2013: $44,896 for wireless heart monitors
  • 2012: $42,620 for new Advanced Life Support Ambulance
  • 2011: $42,000 for Omnicell Automated Medication Dispensing System to reduce the risk of medication errors
  • 2010: $54,000 for new surgical equipment
  • 2009: $56,000 for physical therapy equipment
  • 2008: $65,000 for a top of the line digital mammography machine
  • 2007: $45,000 for a new 4WD ambulance
  • 2006: $67,000 for the new hospital
  • 2005: $54,000 for the new hospital
  • 2004: $53,500 for radiology
  • 2003: $44,000 for physical therapy
  • 2002: $74,500 for the hospital’s first mammography machine
  • 2001: $44,000 for new beds for the Care Center
  • 2000: $35,000 to upgrade and remodel Obstetrics
  • 1999: $37,000 for a new operating table
  • 1998: $21,000 for new beds for the Care Center
  • 1997: $20,000 for a new CT Scan
  • 1996: $19,500 for the Resident’s House