The Foundation: Through giving we help to heal.

Queen of the Valley Foundation was established in 1969 by a group of local residents who wanted to ensure ongoing, locally managed support for quality medical care in our community. They knew that a financially healthy medical center was vital to the future of the place they called home.

From the beginning, the Foundation has had one mission: to help provide Queen of the Valley Medical Center with the resources it needs to offer the best possible healthcare.

We are drawing on the strengths of our past – in particular, the tradition of service to the community that created the Foundation in the first place. The volunteer spirit – the desire to make things better for everyone here, just because it is the right thing to do – is still what drives the Foundation.

Since its inception, the Foundation has raised more than $110 million for Queen of the Valley Medical Center's equipment and facilities, while increasing community awareness of the Medical Center's needs.

With a solid record of stability and achievement, the Foundation and its dedicated volunteers continue to give crucial support to Queen of the Valley and to the health of our community. As the community continues to grow and as medical technologies evolve, the Foundation's work will help the Queen to meet the community's future health care needs and continue to have the best possible facilities and equipment.

All of us owe it to ourselves, our families, and our neighbors to keep the Queen a top-quality hospital.

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