Genesis Foundation Selects New Board Members
The Genesis Health Services Foundation Board has been joined by five new directors.
The newest Genesis Foundation directors elected for a one-, two- or three-year terms are Richard Kleine, retired, Deere & Co.; Elizabeth Richmiller, Pediatric Group Associates; Caitlyn Russell, Russell Construction; Carol Miller, retired educator; and, Scott Florence, Mama Bossos.
New to the Genesis Philanthropy board is Rob Woodall, Alcoa.
The boards of the Genesis Health Services Foundation and Genesis Philanthropy serve on a volunteer basis. The boards are dedicated to improving health in the region by meeting the needs of patients and families.
Board members assist Foundation staff in developing organizational strategy, securing annual and legacy gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations, and planning events to benefit health and wellness-related projects.
In the past year, the foundations have provided free seasonal flu shots to elementary school-aged children; awarded nursing scholarships; provided free lung cancer screenings; funded music and alternative therapies for hospice patients; and, provided online classes to help individuals lose weight and reduce their risk for metabolic syndrome.
To discover how gifts to the Genesis Health Services Foundation and Genesis Philanthropy have an impact on the health of the region, call (563) 421-6865 or go to www.genesishealth.com/give.