- Giving Opportunities
- COVID-19 Rapid Relief Fund
- Help Keep our Local Medical Staff Safe
- National Doctors' Day
- Hospice Memorial Donation
- Premier Partner Opportunities
- Thrivent Choice Organization
- Centurians Make A Difference
- Centurian Forever Endowment
- Employee Campaign
- Planned Giving
- Grant Opportunities
- "The Contributor" Newsletter
- Helmsley Charitable Trust COVID-19 Assistance
- Coronavirus (CoVid-19) Information
- Young Professional of the Year
- 2019-2020 Healthcare Grants Awards Announced
- 2019 Employee Campaign
- BCH Foundation "2018 Non-Profit of the Year"
- Infant Memorial Garden
- Grant to Police Department
- Chapel Stained Glass Windows - Celebrating Lives
- Memorial Rock Dedicated
- Bronze Sculpture Dedicated
- Zimmerman Family Endowment
- Hospice Memory Bears
- Exmark Landscaping Community Giving News
- Past Events
There are almost 3,000 hospitals that are not-for-profit and non-governmental currently serving communities across the United States. The Beatrice Community Hospital is one of those. Right now, all of these hospitals need help more than ever before.
Hospitals are making significant investments to meet the demands of COVID-19, some of which will be reimbursed by the government while some will not. Simultaneously, hospitals have— appropriately and necessarily—canceled elective surgeries and other routine care to protect patients, so their normal revenue has taken a nosedive. This has created a perfect financial storm at a time when hospitals have already faced years of razor-thin operating margins.
Even before COVID-19, the Beatrice Community Hospital Foundation depended upon philanthropy—voluntary charitable giving from individuals, corporations or foundations—as an alternative revenue source. Philanthropy often funds capital, clinical programs, innovation, community health impact and more.
Right now, America’s hospitals need philanthropic investment to aid them in fighting COVID-19. The needs evolve day-to-day and community-by-community. However, hospitals must secure personal protective equipment for clinicians, obtain critical technology and build ancillary treatment areas to prepare for the anticipated surge of patients.
The need is real.
The time is now.
Thank you for supporting the Beatrice Community Hospital in fighting COVID-19.