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2013-2014 Annual Fund Donation

Every year HFYV launches an annual fund campaign to help address the greatest needs of Yampa Valley Medical Center. Click the link above to find out more about this year’s campaign or click here to donate now.

Gifts of Stock

The Foundation accepts gifts of stock. Please click here for instructions.

Grateful Patient

Are you a grateful patient? If you are looking for a meaningful way to say “Thanks,” please consider a contribution to the HFYV Grateful Patient Program. You may honor Yampa Valley Medical Center staff, an area of care, or a clinical program. Your gift will make a tangible impact on our ability to care for patients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Click here to make a donation as a grateful patient.

Memorial Gifts

A Memorial Gift is a special way to remember a loved one. In return, you can be assured that your gift is supporting the exceptional programs and services at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Click here to make a gift in memory of someone special.

Obituary Information

Healthcare Foundation for the Yampa Valley can help you include memorial gift information in obituaries.
Sample sentences include:

  • The family requests that memorial gifts be forwarded to Healthcare Foundation for the Yampa Valley,
    PO Box 883415, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488
  • Please write In memory of __(persons name)__ in the memo line of the check.

Honor Gifts

You may wish to honor the accomplishments or special events of friends or loved ones by making a gift in their name. We will send a notification of your generous remembrance to the individual or individuals. Click here to make a gift in honor of someone special.

Leave a Legacy

A bequest, large or small, is a meaningful way to provide support to Yampa Valley Medical Center. Every year, more donors are discovering the benefits of supporting YVMC’s care through their estate plans. Many people choose to support Yampa Valley Medical Center in the form of a planned gift.  Planned gifts are often simple to arrange and create a legacy.