Coworker Campaign

Answer The Call

It’s time to answer the call! Enrollment for the 2016 Co-Worker Campaign—Answering the Call— kicked off Monday, October 19 and runs through November 20. This campaign is a wonderful opportunity for co-workers to support our mission and ministries. To date, more than $4 million has been invested in creating healthier communities since the annual campaign launched in 1982.

You have more options to consider this year! Proceeds from the 2016 campaign will supportCo-Worker Scholarships; Co-Workers in Need; Volunteers in Medicine; CHI Community Clinics in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway and Hot Springs; and the United Way of Garland County.

Enrollment brochures will be delivered to all department managers for distribution to co-workers the week of October 19. Completed forms may be returned by interoffice mail to the Foundation Office.

Or, click here to make your contribution online.

Enroll now for a chance to win a $100 Amazon Gift Card! Three $100 gift cards to be awarded. All campaign participants are eligible for drawing.

Thank you for supporting your peers, our patients and yourselves through this worthwhile program. If you have any questions, please contact the Foundation Office at 501.552.2380.

Clinics Serving Those in Need

Many of our co-workers answer a unique call to serve the poor and vulnerable in our communities.
Volunteers in Medicine: Our clinics in Little Rock and North Little Rock provide free health care and prescriptions to more than 2,500 patients yearly.

Community Clinics: Our clinics in Little Rock, Hot Springs and Conway collectively serve more than 10,000 patients a year who pay on a sliding scale basis.

Coworker Sharing Fund

We all need help from time to time. And for those unexpected times of need (like paying rent or utilities), we have a fund set aside to help co-workers through a rough patch. Any CHI St. Vincent co-worker is eligible to apply, and one doesn’t need to contribute in order to get help. The sharing fund is administered by a council of co-workers who determine how funds are distributed.

Coworker Scholarship Fund

It’s a tough decision to continue your education while working. Supporting the scholarship program helps remove some of the financial burden from your fellow co-workers who are trying to improve their lives and the lives of their family. Scholarships are awarded to those seeking technical, bachelor’s or another advanced degree in a field related to the co-worker’s area of employment.

United Way of Garland County

The United Way of Garland County funds local programs focused on producing healthy, well-educated and financially stable individuals and families.

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