Hear from Foundation President Bobbie Tibbetts

"We will unite. We will act together. And we will move forward to support and care for those who need...

Just launched: Emerging Threats Fund

To ensure Sanford has the resources necessary to swiftly detect, prevent, treat and eradicate health care threats, like the COVID-19...

Event updates due to COVID-19

For the health and well-being of our community, we have decided to cancel or reschedule several upcoming events. We will...

Sanford accepting donated supplies

Sanford has received an outpouring of support from the community generously offering time and in-kind donations of supplies to combat...

How we’re helping local kids and families

To support local families whose children are receiving inpatient care at Sanford Children’s Hospital or the Sanford Boekelheide NICU, the...

Giving certainty in uncertain times

Today, our Sanford family needs us more than ever. We hope you will join us in a meaningful act of...
5 questions with Dr. Josh Crabtree

Five questions with Dr. Josh Crabtree

“If you’re able to give back, you should,” says Dr. Josh Crabtree. As Sanford Health’s senior vice president of clinical...
Guardian Angels among us: Donors celebrate Sanford caregivers

Guardian Angels among us: Donors celebrate Sanford caregivers

During an evening of celebration on Feb. 25, more than 20 Sanford employees were recognized as Guardian Angels by the...
Futures worth fighting for: Eli Butler

Futures worth fighting for: Eli Butler

Kristi and Rob Butler remember when everything changed. A week before Halloween, their Sioux Falls home was filled with family...

‘We believe in giving that lasts forever.’ Kirby family invests in Lorraine Cross Award

Story by Dan and Arlene Kirby When the Kirby family business, Western Surety Company, was sold in the 1990s, our...

New members join Sioux Falls board of directors

Four new members have joined the Sioux Falls Sanford Health Foundation Board of Directors. These individuals will help set the...
Survivor celebrates Guardian Angels at Edith Sanford Breast Center

Survivor celebrates Guardian Angels at Edith Sanford Breast Center

Last year, Trudy Papka of Brandon, S.D., was diagnosed with breast cancer. “I had a feeling of complete and utter...
‘They’ve never given up hope on Lena’

‘They’ve never given up hope on Lena’

“I always say I’m thankful for my journey,” said Melissa Olivier, with her 10-month-old, Lena, cooing in the background. “Half...

Donors send new ambulance to Ghana

Thousands of miles across the globe, the generosity of Jim and Sue Clark is providing lifeline in emergencies. The couple...
Why I give: Nona Bixler

Why I give: Nona Bixler

After working at Sanford Health for only two years, Nona Bixler had a strong connection with her Sanford family. She...