Ways to Donate

Support Intermountain's Rapid Response Fund

The Intermountain Foundation has created a Rapid Response Fund to help ensure we have a ready source of flexible funding to meet crisis needs, both now and in the future. Today, the fund helps cover outlays for equipment to protect the health of our caregivers, testing for COVID-19, virus research and treatment, iPads for keeping families connected during hospital stays, patient support, and other resources to address the threats of this rapidly changing pandemic.

 

Donate to the Rapid Response Fund

Donate to Help our Healthcare Workers

Your gift to the “Caregiver Assistance Program” will be used to provide support directly to individual Intermountain employees who are experiencing hardships outside of work.

 

Caregiver Assistance Fund

Start Your Fundraiser

Unite your community to make positive change during the pandemic by starting your own virtual fundraiser. Share your goals on social media, in emails, and more to make a difference for the patients that need your support.

 

Start Your Fundraiser

Make a Non Cash Donation

Gift Cards for our Healthcare Workers

Offers of gift cards to Intermountain healthcare workers can be made by inquiring with Becky Lloyd at 801-442 3338 or becky.lloyd@imail.org

Gifts-In-Kind/Community Drop Off Donations

Due to COVID-19, Intermountain is accepting in-kind gift offers of items such as toys, blankets, books, markers, cloths, hygiene kits, and others with the following donation guidelines. If you have questions about in kind/community drop off donations, contact Kelly Casey at 801-662-6249 or kelly.casey@imail.org.

Food

Monetary donations allow Intermountain to reach the greatest number of individuals by providing meals and snacks directly to frontline healthcare workers both on the job, and to take home after their shifts. Serving our healthcare workers directly also allows us to buy, prepare and serve meals on a larger scale, and ensures healthcare worker safety as our kitchens follow CDC guidelines and food-handling standards set by the Utah Department of Health.

Messages of Hope

Share a Note of Gratitude

Our caregivers are working in heroic ways during this pandemic. Your notes of gratitude are tremendously appreciated and provide much-needed “emotional boosts.”

To send a message to our caregivers, please visit our kindness form.

Educate, Engage, & Empower

We encourage you to find new ways to stay connected to friends, family, community, and the latest information on COVID-19. Please help spread the word to your networks and social media channels by sharing links from this page and from our COVID-19 website and blog network, or consider following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.

Thank You to Our Supporters

  • McNamara Purcell Foundation
  • doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation
  • Benevity
  • Built Bar
  • Rustico
  • Sands Capital Management
  • Annie Taylor Dee Foundation
  • doTERRA
  • Bank of America
  • Delta Air Lines, Inc.
  • Harbor Freight Tools - St. George
  • Davi Nails Salon & Spa
  • Shanghai Municipal Government
  • Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
  • Charity Vision
  • Shear Family Foundation, Inc.
  • Insulin for Life USA, Inc
  • Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation
  • Morgan Stanley