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2020 Annual Generosity Report Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation MultiCare Behavioral Health Foundation MultiCare Good Samaritan Foundation MultiCare Health Foundation MultiCare Inland Northwest Foundation MultiCare South King Health Foundation

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In 2020, you faced extraordinary challenges with strength, resilience and generosity.
The MultiCare Foundations 2020 Annual Generosity Report demonstrates the many ways in which isolation, fear and uncertainty were overpowered by your compassion, care and support.
COVID-19 turned our world upside down. In the early days of the pandemic, MultiCare’s health care workers faced an unprecedented health threat and serious challenges to overcome, including the global shortage of personal protective equipment, testing and treatment methods.
We found light in the darkness through the very first word in MultiCare’s mission: partnering for healing and a healthy future. We needed help, and you answered our call. From the Inland Northwest to Puget Sound, this report highlights some of the ways in which your giving provided hope, care and healing in 2020.
Thank you for partnering with us. We are grateful and honored to have your support.
Warm regards,
IN 2020, DONORS GAVE IN THE NAME OF:
Ed and Sharie Ramos were inspired to give back to the MultiCare Foundations through a gift in their will because of the lifesaving care their daughter, Tamia, received at MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Our son’s NICU nurse, who’s a tireless, selfless, wonderful caregiver.
A family member with mental illness.
The outstanding care my husband received this year.
In honor of my grandma for giving her time to benefit children in need.
Helping grieving families. Your team was loving, nurturing and made sure we were taken care of during this difficult time.
The gift of love — he passed away in one of your nurse’s arms.
A doctor’s work with children in treatment and their follow-up.
Giving some light and hope to my loved one in the hospital.
Everything going on in the world — I felt I should make another donation.
Reasons for giving
people gave through a virtual fundraising event
1,197
2,263
$37.3 million through generous cash and legacy gifts, virtual events, sponsorships and personal fundraisers
MultiCare employees and volunteers contributed
$693,300 to 88 different MultiCare programs
22 people made gifts through their will, retirement or other legacy gift to a MultiCare Foundation or program, representing an estimated
$5.75 million in future gifts
2,317 people gave to MultiCare for the first time
$567,409 donated online through give.multicare.org
Thank you, volunteers As we moved through the pandemic, the role of MultiCare volunteers shifted to address immediate needs. They showed up in new ways, serving as door screeners to ensure everyone entering a MultiCare facility followed health and safety measures; calling to check on isolated senior citizens and lend an ear; and handmaking personal protective equipment for health care workers.
Volunteers like Sanyt made 58,000 comfort strips by hand for MultiCare’s frontline health care workers.
58,000 comfort strips and 57,000 masks made by volunteers
5,975 MultiCare volunteers donated 107,252 hours of time, growing MultiCare’s capacity to provide care amidst COVID-19
437 people became new MultiCare volunteers
706 hours at personal protective equipment and food donation locations
1,008 social and wellness check-in calls were made by volunteers to seniors living in isolation
5,652 hours of door screening at hospitals and clinics
$567,409 donated online through give.multicare.org
In 2020
Thank you for donating money and meals, delivering flowers and creating beautiful artwork to remind your family, friends and neighbors that hope grows even in the dark.
Donors funded the expansion of Code Lavender, a program that provides emotional, mental and spiritual care to MultiCare employees to reduce burnout and promote resiliency during traumatic and stressful events.
Code Lavender 1,112 MultiCare frontline workers and staff received support from Code Lavender
COVID-19 response efforts
$246,398 raised for the MultiCare COVID-19 Response Fund through 61 different community fundraisers
22,434 meals donated to health care workers
419 COVID-19 patients visited loved ones virtually using donor-funded iPads
56,000 personal protective equipment items manufactured locally for our care teams
75,000 handmade masks and comfort strips donated
Local restaurants like Toscanos donated more than 22,000 meals to health care workers across MultiCare.
In 2020, MultiCare Foundations created Hope Grows Here, an at-home volunteer and community engagement project aimed at providing our communities with a morale boost. Projects included flower artwork, flower deliveries, homemade masks and personal protective equipment and care packages for health care workers.
Research Donors funded breakthrough, community-based research trials and experimental treatments through the MultiCare Institute for Research and Innovation (MIRI).
MultiCare is quickly distributing COVID-19 vaccines thanks to mass vaccination partnerships, grant funding and contributions to the COVID-19 Response Fund.
$450,000 of donor funding supported COVID-19 research
1,945 MultiCare patients have been enrolled in COVID-19 research trials
Testing MultiCare is able to deliver test results much faster by processing tests in-house. Donors helped purchase COVID-19 testing equipment for MultiCare Allenmore and Good Samaritan Hospitals and MultiCare Auburn Medical Center. Donor contributions have also allowed MultiCare to partner with Medical Teams International to provide mobile testing in South King County, targeting populations most at-risk.
163,200 COVID-19 tests were processed with help from donor contributions
Helping Hands fund Helping Hands is a special fund social workers and case managers use to help patients access transportation, housing, food and other basic needs. Funds are utilized by MultiCare social workers to help eliminate barriers to care and healing.
Safe housing Equipment and
MultiCare Gives
In 2020, MultiCare employees donated $202,670 to the Helping Hands fund through MultiCare’s employee and volunteer giving program, MultiCare Gives
How Helping Hands funds were used in 2020
In a challenging year when many are struggling, Helping Hands makes a difference in reducing readmissions and improving the health status of our patients by ensuring basic needs are met.”
Lynn Siedenstrang, Vice President MultiCare Care Continuum
I give because it provides an additional level of comfort to our patients, so they can focus
on their healing. It takes a village, and you don’t know when you might need help. You
could be that person in need someday.” – Cheryl Strayer, MultiCare Gives donor
and Social Worker at Auburn Medical Center
Committed to caring for children Thanks to your gifts, children and families maintained access to high-quality care regardless of their ability to pay. In 2020, your generosity expanded care for every child with new outpatient centers, continued family support and allowed dreams to become reality with the announcement of a new hospital facility.
Mary Bridge Children’s is getting a new home! In July, MultiCare announced plans to move Mary Bridge Children’s out of its current location embedded within MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. By 2025, Mary Bridge Children’s will have a new, state-of-the-art children’s hospital building, where every element of care will be designed specifically for children and families.
Evangeline was diagnosed with a brain tumor in January 2020. Thanks to her Mary Bridge Children’s team of surgeons, nurses, Child Life Specialists and physical therapists (just to name a few) Evangeline is now back home with hope for the future.
$10 million from the Mary Bridge Brigade
$2.5 million from the Korum for Kids Foundation
$2.5 million from the Tom and Meg Names Family Foundation
$5 million from Anonymous
$750,000 from the Woodworth Family Foundation
Thank you to the following families, foundations and groups for making the first gifts to support the new facility in 2020:
Ollie was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth. He works weekly with his Occupational Therapist, Molly McBroom at CTU.
Mary Bridge Children’s newest outpatient centers Mary Bridge Children’s continued to honor the network’s commitment to increasing access to care for children. Donors helped families get care closer to where they live, work and play by supporting Mary Bridge Children’s newest outpatient centers.
3,222 visits to the Mary Bridge Children’s Outpatient Center in Federal Way in the first few months of opening in 2020
Plans for further expansion include Olympia, Puyallup and North Kitsap County
18,041 urgent care, specialty or therapy visits to Mary Bridge Children’s Outpatient Center in Gig Harbor since opening in November 2019
Mary Bridge Good Samaritan Children’s Therapy Unit The Mary Bridge Good Samaritan Children’s Therapy Unit (CTU) continued to provide therapy and services to children with special needs throughout the challenges of 2020.
5,171 patients made 32,270 visits to CTU
Donors contributed $170,000 to support Assistive Technology staff and supplies
With help from donors, the Research and Movement Lab made significant upgrades
528 pairs of shoes were given to children with orthotic needs, free of charge
109 childhood cancer survivors received support from the Pano Koumantaros Cancer Survivorship program
29 new pediatric oncology trials
42 children participated in oncology clinical trials
Cancer care
Support for families
205 families stayed at Tree House: A Place for Families for an average of 47 days, while a child was at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital or MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
343 children were served by Mary Bridge Children’s Child Abuse Intervention Department, 24 of whom required acute care services at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital
15,000 meals provided for children who no longer had access to school lunch programs
8,253 children received psychosocial care thanks to Child Life Services
Behavioral Health support The stress and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on behavioral health, including collective fatigue, anxiety and depression. Substance use and relapses were on the rise, as was the number of people with behavioral health issues visiting the emergency room or being voluntarily committed.
Despite those challenges, donors helped more people gain access to a continuum of treatment and support services for mental illness and Substance Use Disorder through the MultiCare Behavioral Health Network, which includes MultiCare Behavioral Health, Navos and Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare.*
17 young adults leaving foster care received supported housing through Independence Bridge
235 people received supported housing and wraparound support at Navos
$59,422.92 was distributed through Greater Lakes, providing furnishings and rental/other assistance, so clients could focus on their recoveries
169,291 remote services conducted by MultiCare Behavioral Health Network (telehealth and/or telephone)
78 percent of behavioral health services were remote, accounting for 84 percent of service hours
70 backpacks filled with comfort items for Navos Behavioral Health Hospital adult patients
44 youth served by Sunstone Youth Residential Services
874 youth served at MultiCare Tacoma General Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit (ABHU)
100 hygiene kits for clients who are low-income
Approximately 180 individuals and families helped through Greater Lakes Emergency Needs fund
Approximately 4,000 clients were served at Greater Lakes each month
380 bags of groceries sponsored for clients experiencing food insecurity
Through donation drives:
* These numbers are based on a lower census due to COVID-19 restrictions and safety precautions.
670 youth received help from a Behavioral Health navigator at the Mary Bridge Children’s Emergency Department
1,150 community members attended one or more of Kids’ Mental Health Pierce County’s nine webinars, with topics on managing school stress, racism and social justice
Children and adolescent mental health support To respond to the critical need of mental health support, Mary Bridge Children’s formed a coalition of more than 100 organizations and stakeholders known as Kids’ Mental Health Pierce County. The mission is to improve access and care coordination for mental health services, bolster youth mobile crisis services and ultimately develop a family wellness center in Pierce County for families and youth. Donor funds support every service offered, including key staff positions.
18 youth and families were supported through the new Behavioral Health Community Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT). The MDT brings together numerous agencies throughout Pierce County to discuss complex behavioral health cases. They assess needs and identify resources, such as outpatient service recommendations, care coordination needs and behavioral management strategies. This allows families to get all the information they need in one place.
MultiCare Foundations 2020 virtual events In 2020, several MultiCare Foundations events transformed into virtual experiences. While they looked different, generosity remained strong. Donors contributed more than $2.6 million through virtual events last year.
CHANGING MINDS
Raised over $170,000 for MultiCare Behavioral Health Network programs and services.
multicare.org/changing-minds
COURAGE
Participants rode, walked, paddled and more to raise over $230,000 for child abuse prevention and treatment programs at Mary Bridge Children’s.
ridewithcourage.org
FESTIVAL OF TREES
Raised over $1.38 million to expand access to care at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.
festivaloftreestacoma.org
SOUND TO NARROWS
Virtual run/walk raised nearly $4,000 for MultiCare’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
soundtonarrows.org
comewalkwithmenow.org
Live-streamed concert raised more than $120,000 through the MultiCare Inland Northwest Foundation to support cancer care.
multicare.org/heartstrings
Virtual attendees donated more than $400,000 to support COVID-19 research.
corksandcrush.org
ROCK THE FOUNDATION
An email campaign helped raise more than $220,000 for Code Lavender.
rockthefoundation.org
Top Courage 2020 fundraiser, Chandru Narayan, posing on a ferry to Seattle after finishing his 100+ mile Courage ride on August 29.
Thank you for supporting: Healing. Hope. Research. Bright futures. Mental Health. Children. Families. Health care workers. Access to care. Health equity. YOUR COMMUNITY.
Every donation provides health care workers with the tools they need to do what they do best – care and heal.
Your gifts demonstrate your compassion and values. Your generosity will continue to provide family, friends and neighbors with access to exceptional care in their community.
Thank you for continuing to partner for healing and a healthy future.
Learn more about ways to give back in 2021 through MultiCare Foundations and Volunteer Services at give.multicare.org
PO Box 5296 MS:1313-3-FND Tacoma, WA 98415 While your gifts will be processed at our new address, you can still visit us at our local offices at Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital, MultiCare Deaconess Hospital and Navos.
Please be assured that your gift will be received by the individual foundation and area of support you designate. If you have any questions, please contact the MultiCare Foundations main office at 253-403-1264.
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