Riverview Hospital Foundation
Created in 1976, the Riverview Hospital Foundation provides philanthropic opportunities for raising awareness and funding to support Riverview Hospital in preserving and restoring the health of our community.
Charitable giving has long been an integral part of healthcare's success. Riverview's roots go back to 1909, when Dr. Samuel Harrell founded Riverview and a private citizen donated the land upon which we stand today. Those gifts have never ceased in the intervening years. Today, charitable gifts continue to help pave the way by assisting Riverview in continuing its leadership role as a healthcare provider.
98% of donations since the Foundation's inception have gone to purchase technology, enhance capabilities and expand the services of hospital departments such as: cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation, pediatrics, oncology, the Women's Pavilion, Community Health Clinic, Emergency Center expansion, and surgery.
The Riverview Hospital Foundation is truly grateful to all of its supporters!
The Governing Documents, Conflict of Interest Policy and Financial Statements of the Riverview Hospital Foundation are available upon request.
The Zeckel Trust presented four Noblesville non-profit organizations with $24,526. Riverview Hospital Foundation was very thankful and appreciative to be one of the selected recipients. Jeff Zeckel, Kathy (Zeckel) Smith and Hunter Zeckel were present at the ceremony.