Ed Webster, Cody Medical Foundation Vice President, presented a check for $7500 to Special Olympic coaches, Sarah Call and Jessica Allman. The money we donate each year is used to pay the coaches salaries. They have 10 coaches that help with the local Special Olympic project. Read More
Cody Medical Foundation’s Vital Signs fundraising committee members gather recently after donating $18,000 to the Senior Rolling Meals program, which provides a full meal to homebound seniors five days a week. See the story as published in the Cody Enterprise on January 7, 2015.
The Cody Medical Foundation’s annual fundraiser on October 17th, was the long-awaited event for those who purchased raffle tickets which offered some first class prizes. The raffle winners were:
1st Place – The T@G Trailer: John Cash of Cody, WY
2nd Place – The Gun: Jane Dunvall of Cody, WY
3rd Place – $250 Gas Card: Karl Butler of Cody, WY
Just do it!
Donna Johnson easily personifies the famed Nike swoosh and slogan, “Just do it”. A community advocate since before she and her family moved to Cody in1990, “Donna has lead a life of community service that’s not only been a benefit to her immediate family, but to everyone around her” offers Wally Johnson with the perspective “only a husband of 52 years can have”. Read More
The Coe Memorial Award for 2014 was presented Taylor Thompson for $3,000.
To qualify a student has to be majoring in a medical related field. Ashley Hamilton also received a scholarship for $1,000.
Dr. Christopher Montville is a practicing reproductive medicine and fertility care specialists at Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana and was a Park County resident who received a Cody Medical Foundation Scholarship. In an interview in April, 2014 with the Cody Enterprise Progress Edition, he states: “I will be forever thankful for the support I received from the foundation – the support is not simply financial, but emotional.”
The Cody Medical Foundation recently donated $17,000 to the Heart Mountain Volunteer Medical Clinic to purchase medications for mentally ill patients who cannot afford them. Read More
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Please join us in our support of Cody and Meeteetse area high school students who want to pursue a career in the medical field. Your donation goes directly to our students!
The Cody Medical Foundation annually provides:
One $3,000 Coe Memorial Scholarship to a Cody or Meeteetse High School graduate, and 15-25 $1000 scholarships to students pursuing degrees in the medical field. By donating, you will receive the satisfaction of helping West Park residents who often come back to serve the Cody medical community. We have been providing these scholarships since 1988 and invite you to support our continuation of these local scholarships by making a donation.
NEW THIS YEAR! Become a Pinnacle Member of the Cody Medical Foundation by pledging $100 each year for five years. This $100 is matched by the Cody Medical Foundation.
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Thank You for Your Generous Support!