These funds were established by donors to provide support for clinical programs and medical services, education, research and scholarships.
Unlike Endowed Funds, money given to a Pass-Through Fund is to be used for the intended purpose directed by the donor and does not earn invested income.
The Employee Fund provides assistance to CAMC employees who experience personal financial emergencies.
The Prevention First Program, at Charleston Area Medical Center’s Women and Children’s Hospital, provides care for underserved and high-risk patients. Funded through proceeds from the CAMC Foundation’s annual Gala, Prevention First has created a positive and healing presence in Southern West Virginia.
This fund is used to support for children's programs and services at Women and Children's Hospital. Gifts to support the Bereavement Group, Teddy Bear Fair, NICU graduation party and other events that promote children' services are deposited in the fund.
Established in 1992 to support cancer research later purpose was expanded to included support for CAMC cancer programs.
Donations are used to purchase equipment and other items for the NICU unit.
Kelly's parents established the scholarship fund in her memory.
The fund provides scholarships to qualified applicants pursuing a career in physical therapy.
Established by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Melton in 1994. The purpose of the fund is to support education expenses for CAMC employees.
Fund is used to support indigent renal patients: medications, travel expenses including lodging, supplies.
Educational materials, patient care items and toys for pediatric center.
Supports HIV/Aids for educational and training expenses for staff and patients.
To support research and educational programs and services.
Supports the WVU pediatrics department and its mission and the patients served. The fund can be used for educational expenses of residents and students in the department.
Supports the WVU Behavioral Medicine Department. May be used for educational expenses of the residents and students.
Donations are used to purchase equipment and other items for The Patient Simulation Center. The Patient Simulation Center will be available to medical students, residents. CRNA students, nursing students, nurses and other health care professionals.
To support weight loss program, educational supplies, seminars and other program needs.
Donations to be used to purchase minor durable equipment and supplies for any CAMC dept, hospital and/or off site facility.
Money donated will be used to pay for educational expenses such as conference fees, travel, lodging and meals incurred by OB/GYN residents.
The purpose of the fund will be to support activities of the Brain Injury Program in community outreach projects to increase awareness of the potential devastating effects of brain injury in the lives of individuals.
To support the purchase of new infant warmers for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Women & Children's Hospital.
To support the purchase of a bone density-measuring machine for Women & Children's Hospital.
This fund provides scholarships to qualified applicants interested in a career in oncology nursing.
The organization provides an urgently needed national fundraising mechanism for its member hospitals, helping them care for seriously ill children and tackle the toughest health issues facing all kids, with a focus on childhood obesity and accident prevention.
Donations are restricted for dept of medicine projects and programs.