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Adam Goodman elected Chairman of Banner Health Foundation board of directors

12/01/2023

Adam Goodman, president of Goodmans, has been elected Chairman of the Board for the Banner Health Foundation, the philanthropic arm of nonprofit Banner Health in Arizona. He succeeds Steve Hilton, executive chairman for Meritage Homes, who served as Chair since 2020.

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Browse, shop and give to Banner Children's Virtual Toy Drive

12/01/2023

The holidays typically bring much-needed toy donations, enough to stock the Toy Closets at all three Banner Children’s medical centers in Mesa, Glendale and Tucson for the full year. After a challenging procedure, treatment, or when achieving a milestone, children get a trip to the Toy Closet to choose their own toy to keep—offering them a bright spot while they’re in the hospital.

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Partners in Wellness featuring Little O’s

11/30/2023

The holiday season is upon us and while many of us are celebrating and reflecting on the past year, our health care heroes continue to show up every day with perseverance and dedication to keeping our communities safe. We are grateful for Little O’s support, which has made a significant impact to help keep our frontline workers healthy, well and energized for the challenges ahead this holiday season.

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Join us for GivingTuesday: Nov. 28, 2023

11/28/2023

The Banner Health & Alzheimer’s Foundations will be participating in GivingTuesday and we need your help! By joining the GivingTuesday movement, you’re proving that in times of uncertainty, generosity can bring the whole world together.

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University of Arizona Cancer Center – a Department of Banner Health Receives $7,000 from the American Cancer Society To Provide Transportation for People in Cancer Treatment

11/21/2023

To alleviate the financial burden of cancer treatment, the American Cancer Society recently awarded a $7,000 transportation grant to the University of Arizona Cancer Center – a Department of Banner (UACC). The funding will allow health systems to provide eligible patients an estimated 781,000 rides to treatment.

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