Breaking news and current events from Intermountain Foundation about philanthropic efforts that help support local hospitals and Intermountain's mission.


Intermountain Foundation Named 'High Performer’

Intermountain Foundation has been honored by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) for its exemplary performance in raising funds for its local communities’ health needs. 

New Intermountain Transformation Center Receives $20 Million Pledge

Utah philanthropist Kem Gardner will donate $20 million to the Intermountain Foundation toward the construction of the Intermountain Transformation Center.

Nurse Turns Loss Into Hope

After losing her husband to cancer, Nurse Holly Ashworth is committed to helping make life better for other families of cancer patients.

David Flood Named Foundation President

David Flood has been named President of the Intermountain Foundation at Intermountain Healthcare. 

NICU Gift: Helping the Smallest Patients

After their great-grandaughter received extraordinary care at Dixie Regional Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), DeVon and Carol Armstrong decided to include a gift for the NICU in their will.

California Leader Named to Leadership Position

Intermountain Foundation at Primary Children’s Hospital has named Janet DeWolfe, FAHP, CFRE, as Regional Chief Development Officer.


Cutting Edge Cancer Treatment

The Ray and Tye Noorda Foundation recently awarded $338,000 through the Intermountain Foundation to the Cancer Center at American Fork Hospital to make available a cutting-edge form of radiation therapy called High-dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy.

Ending Prostate Cancer

When a prominent Utah business leader was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he sought care at Intermountain Healthcare Cancer Center and paid it forward with a generous philanthropic gift.

Hot Air Balloons Inspire Lofty Gift

Heather Kahlert, vice president of the Kahlert Family Foundation, was inspired to make a generous donation to Utah Valley Hospital after seeing the construction during a hot air balloon festival.

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Generous Gift Pays It Forward

Cancer research at Dixie Regional Medical Center, located in St. George, Utah, has received a generous planned gift, facilitated through Intermountain Foundation at Dixie Regional Medical Center.
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Legacy of Life Recipient Kent Jones

Dr. Kent Jones, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon of Intermountain Heart Institute was presented with an award at the 2017 Legacy of Life Dinner & Gala.

Power of Music Therapy

Primary Children's Hospital's Music Therapy program is funded by Intermountain Foundation at Primary Children's Hospital. Meet a patient who benefited from this incredible program, and learn why Music Therapy is so effective in the helaing process.

Trustee’s Fall Inspires Ongoing Support

After John Ames got into a serious accident, he trusted his life to Dixie Regional Medical Center. He appreciated the care so much that he and his wife have become generous donors.

Elephants May Unlock Clues to Pediatric Cancers

Why is there such a low rate of cancer in elephants? Elephants have up to 40 copies of a gene named TP53, which fights cancers and other cell abnormalities. Humans have only two copies of this gene.

New Blood Cancer Therapy Clinic

After James Loveland passed away from acute myeloid leukemia, his wife Lynnette generously gave $1.5 million to build a state-of-the-art blood cancer clinic at LDS Hospital.