Margaret Mead said, "A small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
The Saint Alphonsus Foundation Women's Healthcare Fund (WHF) has been organized to improve the health of women in Idaho through education and prevention. WHF initiatives allow women to make charitable contributions and actively participate in the management and granting of funds. To learn more about what the Women's Healthcare Fund has been doing in the community, view their latest newsletter.
Women's Healthcare Fund Annual Dues
- Gift of Support - $100
Members receive quarterly newsletters, notification of healthcare events and an invitation to the WHF Annual Meeting.
- Gift of Impact - $500
Make a larger contribution to health education in our community. Members receive all the benefits of Gift of Support members and $400 is used for additional educational programs for women.
Be a part of the Women's Healthcare Fund and support our special projects:
Secret Sisters Society - $50
Not everyone in our community can afford a mammogram. Every member of the Secret Sisters Society provides one anonymous mammogram to a woman in our community that could not otherwise afford one. (Must be a member of the WHF.) All funds are administered through the Saint Alphonsus Breast Care Center.
Help others in your community and join us to fight breast cancer.
Cardio Chicks - $50
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. The goal of the Cardio Chicks is to educate women about heart disease and prevention through the Red Dress Campaign. Dues are used solely to educate women in our communities. (Must be a member of the WHF.) Heart disease doesn't care what you wear.
Become a Women's Healthcare Fund Member
Yes! I'd like to become a woman working with other women for a healthier community. Please send me information on the fund.
Fill out an online request form.
Print, complete and mail a PDF form.
Women's Healthcare Fund Board Members
Valerie Rudd, Chair
Jill Aldape, Foundation Director
Debbie Hamilton, Staff Liaison
Mary Ann Murdoch