13 Nov 2014
November 13, 2014

Trinity Hosts Community Roundtable Event

November 13, 2014 0 Comment

Trinity Health Foundation hosted a community health roundtable on October 29, 2014, at The Foundry, in addition to recognizing its 2014 Phase II Grant recipients. Over 100 participants attended with representation from several organizations throughout the area.  Trinity has completed its second grant cycle.  Topics for these grants were selected after hearing the greatest areas.. read more →

On Wednesday, October 29th, the Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee awarded over $700,000 in grants to five non-profit organizations as a result of a year-long effort to stimulate projects related to improving the physical, emotional and spiritual health of East Tennessee. From 75 proposals submitted in April, 17 Phase I grant recipients were chosen.. read more →

Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee announced the reestablishment of the Silver Lamp Scholarship Awards for Continuing Healthcare Education at a luncheon held at The Foundry on September 16. The Silver Lamp Awards, a tradition of the former Baptist and Mercy Health Partners Systems, were given to enhance the skills of dedicated healthcare professionals. Beginning.. read more →

16 Jun 2014
June 16, 2014

Trinity Welcomes New Board Member

June 16, 2014 0 Comment

Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee is pleased to welcome Becky F. Little to its Board of Directors. Becky has served as an educator, working at the State Department of Education, the Knox County Department of Education and The University of Tennessee throughout her career. Trinity is excited about the knowledge and talents Becky’s expertise.. read more →

The Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee has selected 17 area organizations to receive more than $200,000 in grants as a part of the 2014 Trinity Health Initiatives Phase I awards.  These grants will be used to plan community health-related projects that will compete for five implementation grants later this year.  Over 70 proposals were.. read more →