As part of ‘Leave a Legacy Month’ this May, Providence is pleased to provide a series of articles to celebrate this special way of giving with our supporters and friends.
In a matter of weeks, the COVID-19 outbreak has changed the world in completely unprecedented ways. The vast majority of us are staying home and practicing social distancing and self-isolation to do our part in ”flattening the curve.” Read this article for advice on executing and planning your estate during COVID-19.
“Telemedicine has the capacity to improve workflows, enhance quality of care, and support better coordination and transition of care for patients,” said Godfrey Wong, Occupational Therapist and Telemedicine Adoption Specialist at Providence. “My hope is through this uptake in virtual services in response to COVID-19, both providers and patients will see continued benefits of telemedicine services, even after this pandemic is over.”
Jennifer Stewart has been the President and CEO of Providence Healthcare Foundation for 20 years. During her tenure, she has been a critical part of the fabric of Providence, working with our incredible donors to make a real impact for Providence - from the transformational $16 Million Hope Starts Here Campaign to a $5 Million Endowment for the Houses of Providence, and everything in between and since.
The fight against COVID-19 continues. While anyone at any age can get this virus, our seniors are most at risk. They also face the harshest consequences: fear, loneliness and more severe health symptoms. Read the article for five tips for seniors to stay healthy during COVID-19.
Providence Healthcare Foundation is pleased to announce that it is the newest local partner of international non-profit organization, One Free World International (OFWI).
As a single mother of three daughters, a long-time volunteer and supporter of Providence Healthcare Foundation and a Nursing Practice Consultant for Providence Healthcare, Viani’s days are busy. With her children grown, she feels like Providence is where she is most needed, to help those within her care and her team get through these dark days of COVID-19. Read Viani's story here.
Frank Teti, Senior Vice-President and Portfolio Manager for Teti Wealth Management at BMO Nesbitt Burns, shares five quick tips for investing during the current economic downtown to help you keep your costs low and your returns high.
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