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TEXAS HEALTH RESOURCES FOUNDATION
2016 ANNUAL REPORT

Looking Ahead in 2017

Welcome to Texas Health Resources Foundation’s first fully digital annual report. We are excited for this online transition as it allows for advanced capabilities to highlight our achievements through our donors’ generosity while being environmentally friendly and cost efficient.

As you’ll see through this report, 2016 was a prosperous year of filling the gaps of the greatest needs of our Texas Health system as we fulfill our mission to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve. We are pleased to feature a few of the many donors who are helping to make a difference for their North Texas neighbors.

With a new year comes new challenges, and there’s much work to be done. Our efforts in 2017 will be focused on increasing our support of critical areas of need including the SANE program and Wellness for Life® as we make new contributions to longtime programs like nursing education, pastoral care and mobile health.

We are extremely grateful to our supporters as we prepare for the future with programs, services and facilities designed to provide critically needed care to our growing service area.


James K. (Jay) McAuley
President
Texas Health Resources Foundation

Welcome to Texas Health Resources Foundation’s first fully digital annual report. We are excited for this online transition as it allows for advanced capabilities to highlight our achievements through our donors’ generosity while being environmentally friendly and cost efficient.

As you’ll see through this report, 2016 was a prosperous year of filling the gaps of the greatest needs of our Texas Health system as we fulfill our mission to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve. We are pleased to feature a few of the many donors who are helping to make a difference for their North Texas neighbors.

With a new year comes new challenges, and there’s much work to be done. Our efforts in 2017 will be focused on increasing our support of critical areas of need including the SANE program and Wellness for Life® as we make new contributions to longtime programs like nursing education, pastoral care and mobile health.

We are extremely grateful to our supporters as we prepare for the future with programs, services and facilities designed to provide critically needed care to our growing service area.


James K. (Jay) McAuley
President
Texas Health Resources Foundation

For Arlington business leader and community supporter Dan Dipert, his philanthropic generosity comes from the joy he gets from giving. And giving to help others began early in his career, not just monetarily, but through his work as a youth minister. During that time, Dan had to deliver tragic news to two young boys that their father had died. This experience was something that always stuck with him. After eight years serving on Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital’s board of trustees, Dan’s lead gift to build a new chapel at the hospital was inspired by that moment and the knowledge that the Dan Dipert Family Chapel would bring comfort and solace to those when they need it most.

Dr. Harold Kaye has been with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas almost since the beginning. He started his medical practice there in 1971. Harold and his wife Judy both have felt privileged to watch and contribute to the hospital’s growth through the years. Over the past several decades, the couple has supported various fundraising priorities at the hospital, from the Fogelson Forum and Margot Perot Center capital campaign to the Greer Garson Gala and nursing scholarship funds. Most recently, the Kaye family has focused on supporting women’s health. Last year, they celebrated the hospital’s 50th anniversary by contributing toward the purchase of a mobile health unit, which will offer lifesaving health screening services to the underserved populations of Dallas and surrounding communities.

Circle of Giving Society

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Circle of Giving Society

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In Remembrance

Texas Health Resources Foundation fondly remembers our gracious donors in the last five years who passed away in 2016. Their spirit of giving and dedication to bettering their community has helped to foster Texas Health’s Mission. Click here to also read how our Hawthorne Society members made a difference for the patients and families in our community who Texas Health is privileged to serve.

In Remembrance Listing

2016 by the Numbers

Stewardship Report

Texas Health Resources Foundation  |  December 31, 2016  |  Unaudited  |  Total Net Assets: $237,900,378

2016 Events

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2016 Events

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Giving at a Glance

January

Texas Health Southwest NICU Webcams
Thanks to donations from members of Friends of Texas Health Southwest and the hospital’s board of trustees, Texas Health Southwest joined Texas Health Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth and Plano in providing webcam technology to our NICU families.

Caring Clinic at Texas Health Denton
Texas Health Denton received a grant from the Katherine C. Carmody Charitable Trust to provide basic needs assistance to its most vulnerable patients enrolled in the Caring Clinic, a nurse-driven program to improve health outcomes for patients with chronic health conditions.

Texas Health Southwest NICU Webcams
Thanks to donations from members of Friends of Texas Health Southwest and the hospital’s board of trustees, Texas Health Southwest joined Texas Health Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth and Plano in providing webcam technology to our NICU families.

Caring Clinic at Texas Health Denton
Texas Health Denton received a grant from the Katherine C. Carmody Charitable Trust to provide basic needs assistance to its most vulnerable patients enrolled in the Caring Clinic, a nurse-driven program to improve health outcomes for patients with chronic health conditions.

March

Memorial Garden Renovation at Texas Health Dallas
Through philanthropic support, the renovation of the renamed Isabella’s Hope Garden at Texas Health Dallas will offer improved overall access to the garden and a more healing environment to our community.

The Gryphund Endowment
Established by a loving grandmother, The Gryphund Endowment will assist newborns with needed tangible or financial aid through Texas Health Plano.

April

$5.5M Donated to SANE Program
Gifts from W.W. Caruth, Jr. Foundation at Communities Foundation of Texas, Crystal Charity Ball and other generous donors helped Texas Health fund one of the largest sexual assault treatment programs in the U.S.

May

Ben Hogan Award of Perseverance
Thanks to generous supporters of the community, Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine and the Ben Hogan Foundation presented the inaugural Ben Hogan Award of Perseverance and $20,000 in scholarships to a high school student and collegiate athlete.

Better Breathers Program at Texas Health Stephenville
For patients with chronic pulmonary problems, the Texas Health 365 Fund purchased much needed equipment for Better Breathers therapy services.

August

Blue Zones Project®
Texas Health Resources, a primary sponsor of the Blue Zones Project®, Fort Worth, became the largest employer nationwide to become Blue Zones Project Approved™.

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Texas Health HEB Opens New ICU
During a VIP reception, donors celebrated the opening of the $25 million expansion to improve care for the most critically ill patients in Northeast Tarrant County.

September

North Texas Giving Day
Our generous donors gave more than $347,000 in just 18 hours to benefit the Texas Health 365 Fund to support the greatest needs of our Texas Health hospitals.

October

Pat Darby Hope Garden
A special dedication was held for friends and family of Pat Darby for the new garden at Texas Health Plano, solely funded through philanthropic donations.

November

DESK at Work Program Piloted at Texas Health Alliance
Through funding from Texas Methodist Foundation, Texas Health Alliance employees participated in Diabetes Education Self-Management and Knowledge (DESK) at Work, a one year pilot program to investigate methods to improve diabetes treatment and care. With this donation, the program will also be piloted at Texas Health Fort Worth in 2017.

December

Texas Health Dallas Partners with Healing Hands Ministries
With philanthropic support from Cigna Foundation, Texas Health Dallas will partner with Healing Hands Ministries on initiatives
to improve overall health and wellness for Vickery Meadow residents.

Trauma Sleep Rooms at Texas Health Dallas Thanks to a grant from The Constantin Foundation, Texas Health Dallas converted space for six sleep rooms for medical staff. In January 2017, the hospital received Level II Trauma designation to fill a gap in trauma services available to Dallas area residents

Dr. Wu Receives Herbek Humanitarian Award
Texas Health Denton pathologist Dr. Sang Wu received a $20,000 grant and the 2016 Herbek Humanitarian Award by the College of American Pathologists Foundation for his dedication and compassion in the delivery of direct patient care to women in underserved communities through the See, Test & Treat® program.

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