The Vulcan County Helath and Wellness Foundation is:
• an Alberta Health Services approved health organization
• a CRA approved charitable organization (#83190 7886 RR0001)
• an AGLC approved charitable organization (#707149)
The Vulcan County Health and Wellness Foundation is a charitable, non-profit organization charged with the task of raising funds to enable and enhance the quality health care and wellness programs in the towns and villages of Vulcan, Carmangay, Champion, Lomond, Milo, Arrowwood, and Mossleigh, and for all Vulcan County rural residents.
We believe the highest quality healthcare available is the right of every citizen of Vulcan County.
Why We Exist
To provide funding for
• the enhancement of healthcare facilities in Vulcan County;
• the supplementation and augmentation of wellness programs;
• bursaries for healthcare workers.
Board of Trustees
Vulcan County Health and Wellness Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees. These women and men dedicate their time and expertise to provide guidance and help raise funds to improve the quality of life in our community. The Foundation’s Board is composed of up to 15 individuals who reside on farms, in villages, as well as in the town of Vulcan.
Stewards of Donations Received
The Board of Trustees of the Vulcan County Health and Wellness are, and will continue to be, conscientious stewards of all donations the Foundation receives. We believe donors are not making donations “TO” the Foundation. Rather, donors are making donations “THROUGH” the Foundation in order to enhance healthcare and wellness programs for everyone living in Vulcan County.
The Expansion of Health Centre is Not Our Last Project
The expansion of the Vulcan Community Health Centre is not the end of theVulcan County Health and Wellness Foundation – it is just the beginning. Once construction of the new wing resumes, the Board will focus its time and energy on planning the next project – a project that will continue to enhance healthcare, and wellness programs for all individuals living in Vulcan County. What that will look like – only time will tell!