The Foundation holds several signature special events annually to help support our mission to improve the quality of life of the people we serve through health care and education.
Walk for Women's Wellness • Lincoln Park • Sunday, May 19, 2019
The Walk for Women's Wellness proceeds support the foundation's Women's Wellness Fund. Breast imaging services and other women's cancer care are provided through the fund to uninsured or underserved women in the Dayton-area at no cost to them. Attracting 1,000+ attendees, the Walk is a favorite event for breast cancer survivors, friends and family members, medical center staff, and others walking to honor and remember loved ones.
Foundation Golf Classic • NCR Country Club • Monday, June 24, 2019
Held annually, this year's Foundation Golf Classic will be held at NCR Country Club. The Golf Classic at NCR allows all participants to enjoy an afternoon shotgun start, skill contests, place prizes, fellowship, and purpose.
The classic's proceeds will benefit the Greatest Need fund within the foundation to support the efforts most critical to providing care for our friends and neighbors in need.
KC Giving Day • Date TBD
Together, Kettering College alumni, faculty, staff, students, friends, and Kettering Health Network employees will have the opportunity to impact future generations of students. Your gift will benefit student scholarships and overall improvement of the college. Each gift, regardless of the amount, is an investment in the educational process we lead at Kettering College. Learn more about KC Giving Day.
Ribbon of Hope Luncheon • Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Ribbon of Hope Luncheon attracts a capacity crowd of the Dayton area's business and community leaders to the Ponitz Center at Sinclair Community College. Guests enjoy browsing the vendor boutique prior to lunch with a nationally-known speaker on the topic of breast cancer and women's health while supporting the Foundation's Women's Wellness Fund.
Heart to Heart • Schuster Performing Arts Center • Date TBD
As the foundation's longest running event, Heart to Heart and its generous sponsors have provided more than $7.5 million for state of the art surgery equipment, patient and physician education, and support to Kettering Cardiovascular Institute at Kettering Medical Center. The gala will begin with dinner in the Wintergarden and follow with a concert from a nationally-known performer in the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center.