A message to our donors
In coordination with CDC and Kansas Department of Health guidelines, LMH Health Foundation will postpone the Hearts of Gold Gala until October 17, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we know this is the best decision to protect the health and safety of our community members.
We are wishing you and your family the very best during this challenging time, and I hope you’ll stay up-to-date on the latest information related to COVID-19 by following LMH.org/coronavirus.
We have had a number of donors reach out to ask how they can support our community. Here are two ways you can make an impact for those affected by challenges like COVID-19:
- Support LMH Health employees affected by the COVID-19 crisis by making a gift to the CARE Fund.
- Support hospital needs such as supplies and equipment through the COVID-19 Area of Greatest Need Fund
Our kind community members Jeff and Mary Weinberg have already made a significant lead gift in support of LMH Health employees affected by COVID-19. We are grateful for their leadership and generosity. If you are interested in supporting this effort, you can make a gift online at lmh.org/donate.
Please know that while the foundation office is currently open by appointment only, you are more than welcome to reach out if you need anything at all in the coming days.
Thank you for supporting your community hospital and clinics. Your generosity ensures that LMH Health can provide exceptional care for our families, neighbors and friends, which is more important now than ever before.
Rebecca Smith, Executive Director, LMH Health Foundation & Vice President of Strategic Communications, LMH Health
LMH Health Foundation
LMH Health Foundation inspires community and philanthropic support to strengthen LMH Health as a partner for lifelong health.
A Partner for Lifelong Health
Join us as we build a destination for healthy living. LMH Health is committed to helping you and your family stay healthy for life. Our goals are the same as yours: healthy people, healthy communities and a healthy future for everyone.
Your gifts help fund investments in patient care, community education, charitable care, wellness and more, so that the care you and your loved ones need will always be available, when and where you need it.
As a community-owned, not-for-profit hospital, LMH Health serves the healthcare needs of the community regardless of an individual's ability to pay. LMH Health receives no tax support from the city of Lawrence or Douglas County and invests all contributions and excess revenues in services, equipment and facilities. Your gift makes a difference!
See our 2019 Annual Report.
See our 2018 Annual Report.
Board of Directors, 2020
Members of the LMH Health Foundation Board of Directors oversee the organization’s executive director and its $11 million in philanthropic assets. The organization provided a record $3.5 million of donor support to LMH Health in 2018.” Board members participate in strategic planning, advise on program initiatives, and engage with current and prospective donors.
Roles and Responsibilities for the Board of Directors
LMH Health Foundation Board of Directors
LMH Health Foundation Board of Directors, 2020
Becki Dick, President
Mark Gonzales, Vice President
Cathy Shenoy, Treasurer
Jeff Weinberg, Secretary
Jason Hoover, Past President
Russ Johnson (ex-officio – LMH Health President & CEO)
Dr. Lida Osbern
Jan Pollard (ex-officio – LMH Health Volunteers)
Dr. Luis Salazar
Dr. Mike Thompson
Cindy Yulich (ex-officio – LMH Health Board of Trustees)
Finance & Operations Manager
Major & Planned Gifts Manager