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Image of Fred NajjarMarch is just about to begin, but already I can say it has been quite a year! At the end of January, Dignity Health and Catholic Health Initiatives aligned ministries to become CommonSpirit Health. You will learn more about what this means to you in the coming weeks and months, but know that we believe the future of health care will be shaped by our new ministry.

Together we will build healthier communities wherever we are, transform health care access and delivery, personalize care for those with acute and chronic conditions, create an inspired culture of excellence for our employees and physicians, and advance our calling to serve all.

Just a week following that announcement, we brought our Dignity Health foundations together, along with other leaders from Dignity Health and the health care philanthropy industry, and some new colleagues from CHI... Read More»

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Following a tradition that began in 1933, we recognize and celebrate our physicians by honoring them on March 30. Read More»
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Philanthropy educates and celebrates at 8th annual summit
The summit brought together over 200 philanthropy colleagues to learn from each other and celebrate the year's achievements.  Read More»

Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for.

— Zig Ziglar

Stories of philanthropic impact
A portrait of Bob and Renee Parsons

The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation recently announced a $1 million pledge to Barrow Neurological Foundation in support of the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center’s Barrow Neurological Institute.


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A therapist help guide a smiling man in a back brace and walker

Thunderbird Charities granted $350,000 to Barrow Neurological Foundation in support of neuro-rehabilitation at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center’s Barrow Neurological Institute.


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A group of young people sit in a circle in a group therapy scenario

Dignity Health is addressing mental health wellbeing among at-risk youth through prevention and early intervention in Southern California with a $1.9 million grant from UniHealth Foundation.


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A portrait of David and Dana Pump at an event

Dana and David Pump gifted $300,000 to Northridge Hospital Foundation in support of cancer services and programs offered at Dignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center.

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Miss Nevada and a St. Rose Dominican patients together at IHOP

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation partnered with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to raise more than $300,000 from sponsors in support of Southern Nevada’s only Children’s Miracle Network hospital, Dignity Health St. Rose Dominican.

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A young patient at St. Rose Dominican's receives a gift

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation and Smith’s Food & Drug Stores, a division of Kroger, worked together to raise more than $575,000 to assist families struggling to pay their child’s medical costs after trauma or serious illness.

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