W.H.A.T. CLUB

We Help Achieve Tomorrow

W.H.A.T. Club represents the Tri-State Memorial Hospital employees who donate annually to the Tri-State Hospital Foundation. Those employees set an example for the community by pledging their own support and encouraging the community to do the same. Our goal this year is to have 50% employee participation and raise $50,000!

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Frequently asked questions

Why Does the hospital need your support?

There are many charitable organizations in the community that we can choose to support. Many individuals often forget their own employer, like Tri-State Memorial Hospital, is also a non-profit community organization that will benefit from our giving. With generous support of community members like you, we can continue to provide high quality healthcare to our patients.

Will your gift help?

Yes, every dollar makes a difference! Since 2011, W.H.A.T. Club funded over $138,630 in projects to help improve employee, patient, and visitor experience at Tri-State Memorial Hospital.

What Should you give?

There is a minimum of $2 per pay check or four hours paid time off donated. W.H.A.T Club’s goal is 100% participation. All contributions are tax deductible to the amount permitted by law.

Do Employee Donors RECEIVE Recognition?

Employees will receive a specially designed badge charm and will be invited to exclusive appreciation events throughout the year.

Having the laptop computers helped in so many ways!

Jessica Matoske, Clinical Nurse Educator

The What Club is a great opportunity to give a little and provide great outcomes for our fellow workers and our patients. The funds that we provide, create opportunities to make things easier, prettier, and more functional for all involved. I would highly recommend that anyone who enjoys helping others and making their work place better as well as  enjoys the ability to make a difference, join the What Club. It gives you the gratification that your name is on something that makes our workplace, our co-workers and our patients our first priority!

Traci Legresley, Accounts Payable Clerk

I give to the WHAT Club because it is a way to give back to the community.  If we do upgrades to the hospital with those funds, any way you look at it, it's helping the patients and also helping the employees.  Take for instance the new fridge for Dialysis.  It might not seem like it's something for the patients, however it's helping our employees function.  You need food to fuel your body to get the work done!

Krichelle Riedle, Patient Access Represntative
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