June 11, 2019 – Buhl Regional Health Foundation held their first Capacity Building for Non-Profits program on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. Amy Fazio, shared her knowledge from working with numerous non-profits over the years. A number of local non-profit leaders attended the program. The program topics included how to develop and manage a strategic plan, build efficiencies through collaboration, increase community exposure, develop your board and conduct successful fundraising. Stay tuned for future events such as these as a way to help strengthen our local non-profits.Read More →

Buhl Regional Health Foundation presents awards in honor of Hospital Week June 11, 2019 – Dr. Michelle Thompson, a physician, Donnee Huffer, RN, Nurse Manager, SRMC and Sandy Erdice, volunteer at UPMC, were recently honored with the Buhl Regional Health Foundation’s National Hospital Week award. The recipients each received $3,000 to be donated to a charity of their choice: Dr. Thompson chose Earth Angel Farm in Warren, OH to create a mobile teaching kitchen to be used in Food As Medicine programs, Huffer selected a local non-profit Adrienne’s Army to support those with metastatic breast cancer, and Erdice’s gift will go to UPMC Horizon CommunityRead More →

Buhl Regional Health Foundation (BRHF) announces the fourth Grant Cycle beginning on June 10, 2019.  Applicants that meet eligibility requirements can submit a Letter of Inquiry by July 5, 2019 via Buhl Regional Health Foundation’s online grant application at www.buhlregionalhealthfoundation.org/grant-portal/. The Buhl Regional Health Foundation Online Grant Portal allows the BRHF staff, Grants Committee, and Board of Directors, who are responsible for recommending and approving grants for funding, a controlled and structured tool that will assist in guiding them through the grant review cycle timeline. Details about how to apply, an instructional video, and the link to log-in to the Grant Portal are available onRead More →

  Buhl Regional Health Foundation Awards the Fall 2018 Grant Cycle Grants Nine community non-profit agencies received grants Tuesday, October 2, 2018, totaling $260,000 from Buhl Regional Health Foundation. The agencies will use the grants for mental and physical health or health-related programs in the Foundation’s service area. A brief meeting was held to distribute the grant awards and congratulate the agency leaders and grant writers who worked to request the funds for their organizations. Agencies, their programs, and grant awards are: —Buhl Community Recreation Center, Buhl Child Development Center: $20,000 —Community Food Warehouse, The Backpack Program: $60,000 —Mercer County Coalition for Drug Awareness, VisualRead More →

June 15, 2018- Dr. Gallagher, a physician, Cheryl Pebbles, Grove City Medical Center’s trauma coordinator/registered nurse and Donna Anderson, volunteer at Grove City Medical Center, were recently honored with the Buhl Regional Health Foundation’s National Hospital Week award. The recipients each received $3,000 to be donated to their charity of choice: Dr. Gallagher chose the ROAR Center in Sharon, PA a newly formed organization helping with the opioid crisis and addiction, Pebbles selected Grove City Relay for Life in honor of her sister-in-law who lost her life to breast cancer, and Anderson’s gift will go to Young Life West-Penn, a Christian youth group to whichRead More →

Buhl Regional Health Foundation (BRHF) announces the third Grant Cycle beginning on June 11, 2018. Applicants that meet eligibility requirements can submit a Letter of Inquiry by July 6, 2018 via Buhl Regional Health Foundation’s online grant application. The Buhl Regional Health Foundation Online Grant Portal allows the BRHF staff, Grants Committee, and Board of Directors, who are responsible for recommending and approving grants for funding, a controlled and structured tool that will assist in guiding them through the grant review cycle timeline. Details about how to apply, an instructional video, and the link to log-in to the Grant Portal are available on the BRHFRead More →