Saint Louis Zoo Association - Saint Louis, Missouri

Since its inception in 1910, the Zoo has been renowned for its beautiful naturalistic exhibits and for its diverse collection of animals from the major continents and biomes of the world. It is widely recognized for its innovative approaches to animal management, wildlife conservation, research and education.

Through the Zoo’s WildCare Institute, the Zoo focuses on wildlife management and recovery, conservation science, and support of the human populations that coexist with wildlife in 12 conservation hotspots around the globe, including three in Missouri.

Special Olympics Kentucky - Frankfort, Kentucky

Special Olympics is an international program of year-round sports training and athletic competition for more than one million children and adults with intellectual disabilities.  Special Olympics is founded on the belief that people with intellectual disabilities can, with proper instruction and encouragement, learn, enjoy and benefit from participation in individual and team sports, adapted as necessary to meet the needs of those with special mental and physical limitations.

Special Olympics believes that consistent training, with emphasis on physical conditioning, is essential to the development of sports skills, and that competition among those of equal abilities is the most appropriate means of testing these skills, measuring progress and providing incentives for personal growth.

Special Olympics believes that through sports training and competition, people with intellectual disabilities benefit physically, mentally, socially and spiritually; families are strengthened; and the community at large, both through participation and observation, is united with people with intellectual disabilities in an environment of equality, respect and acceptance.

Special Olympics believes that every person with an intellectual disability who is at least eight years old should have the opportunity to participate in and benefit from sports training and competition.

Major Hospital Foundation - Shelbyville, Indiana

Major Health Partners is a leading healthcare provider for patients from not only Shelby County, Indiana, but also from the southeastern part of the state. Since 1924, Major Hospital/Major Health Partners has grown to offer a wide spectrum of services, leading the region in many areas of healthcare delivery by providing quality care through their unique combination of state-of-the-art technology, modern facilities, and personal service.  They give all of the advantages found at the large urban hospitals, combined with genuine personal service, and that’s the Major Difference.

Cedar Community Foundation - West Bend, Wisconsin

Based in West Bend, Wisconsin, Cedar Community is ranked among the nation’s 100 largest not-for-profit, continuum of care provider whose mission is “to model Christ’s love for humanity by creating life-enhancing relationships, services and environments.” From homes and apartments for active and independent retirees, to assisted living, subacute (short-term) care, rehabilitation, skilled nursing and memory loss services, Cedar Community breadth of services ensures that, should a resident’s needs change, he or she has ready access to all levels of a long tradition of quality care.

Cedar Community is five campuses and 16 divisions strong, with 1100+ residents, 700+ employees, 500+ volunteers. Hundreds more people living in five SE Wisconsin counties also benefit from Cedar Community’s outreach, medical equipment and home health and hospice services.


SIBI Foundation - Lubbock, Texas

Sunset International Bible Institute began in 1962 and has trained thousands of preachers and missionaries to carry the Gospel to the world.  Their primary location is in Lubbock, Texas, but they have over 70 international associate schools that they work with around the world. Their main campus provides a 2-year ministry training program for preachers, missionaries youth & family ministers, deaf ministry and anyone wanting to serve God in ministry. 


University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center Foundation - Lexington, Kentucky

The Markey Cancer Center was founded in 1983 and is a dedicated matrix cancer center established as an integral part of the University of Kentucky and the UK HealthCare enterprise.  In July 2013, Markey was designated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to receive research funding and many other opportunities available only to the nation’s best cancer centers. Markey is the only NCI-designated center in Kentucky and one of only a handful in the country.

Central Valley Health Foundation - Hanford, California

The Central Valley Network is part of Adventist Health, a faith-based, not-for-profit integrated health care delivery system founded on the health values of the Seventh-day Adventist church serve communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. Their workforce of 28,900 includes more than 21,200 employees; 4,500 medical staff physicians; and 3,200 volunteers. Founded on Seventh-day Adventist health values, the organization provides compassionate care in 19 hospitals, more than 180 clinics (hospital-based, rural health and physician clinics), 14 home care agencies, seven hospice agencies and four joint-venture retirement centers.

Staff members in these facilities take pride in continually bringing new and innovative care and services to our region while preserving the traditions of patient-centered care that have characterized our philosophy for more than 90 years.

The heart of their philosophy at Adventist Health is the spirit of healing the whole human being.