Southeastern Health Foundation

Southeastern Health Foundation

SeHealth Foundation Hurricane Matthew Employee Relief Fund
In response to the devastation and loss that so many of our employees have suffered from Hurricane Matthew and due to the outpouring of offers of support from the community, organizations and vendors to assist them, Southeastern Health and the Southeastern Health Foundation Board of Trustees have created a Hurricane Matthew Employee Relief Fund. To arrange any contribution you wish to give, please call the SeHealth Foundation directly at (910) 671-5583 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
We are extremely grateful for the support and concern being extended to us.

Southeastern Health Foundation is a separate not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that’s mission is to organize regional community efforts which assist in the growth and development of quality health care provided by Southeastern Health.

Southeastern Health Foundation was implemented in 1983 to address the growing needs of Southeastern Health and continues today to provide financial assistance for the growth of programs and services that are offered in our area.

Southeastern Health Foundation strives continually to meet the health care needs of individuals in the communities we serve through the generosity of others. Through their contributions, donors become an important part of the health care team by providing resources that would not be otherwise available.

Southeastern Health Foundation is governed by a self-perpetuating, volunteer Board of Trustees who serves at the direction of Southeastern Health. The Board of Trustees’ consist of local business leaders and community members who are strategically selected from the towns and communities throughout our service area to give a voice to the community regarding planning and decision-making.

For more information on what role you can play in supporting the Southeastern Health Foundation meet the needs of Southeastern Health, please contact at (910) 671-5583 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Last Updated ( Friday, 14 October 2016 19:40 )  

SeHealth Hurricane Matthew Employee Relief Fund Donors

East Alabama Medical Center Delivery to West Lumberton Baptist Church

Representatives from East Alabama Medical traveled to Lumberton on Oct. 31 to deliver supplies for those impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Pictured from left, are: SeHealth Foundation Specialist Samantha Bennett; Lisa Ruffin, Manager of Cornerstone Foundation East Alabama Medical Center; Chaplain Laura Eason; Pastor Rick Foreman; Buddy Andrews, Facilities Mgmt.; Judy Allen, member West Lumberton Baptist; Roderick Baker; and SeHealth Foundation Director Sissy Grantham.

 
More Donations

Cathy Henderson, second from left, and her daughter, Saylor, delivered supplies on behalf of Carteret Hospital to the SeHealth Foundation on Friday, Oct. 22 for those affected by Hurricane Matthew. Accepting the supplies were Samantha Bennett, Sissy Grantham, James Granger, Walt Strickland and Kyle Collins.

David and Misti Baskett of Castle Uniforms donated eight boxes of scrubs and shoes for health care workers impacted by Hurricane Matthew.

Bob and Faye Caton delivered three truckloads of supplies on behalf of their grandchildren’s school, Pace Academy in Altanta, Ga., for area victims of Hurricane Matthew.

Contract Nurse Lisa Burns, left, delivered a truckload of miscellaneous supplies collected along with her neighbors in North Charlotte which were accepted by Carlotta Winston on behalf of the SeHealth Foundation.

Roger Peterson and Sherry Hedrick delivered water and cleaning supplies for those impacted by the hurricane on behalf of the residents of Wendell, N.C.

Members of the Phi Beta Sigma Alums of UNC Pembroke donated cleaning supplies from their fraternity as well as from Center Grove Masonic Lodge in Raeford, N.C., for Hurricane Matthew victims. Pictured from left are Nick Willis, Jamal Whitted, Foundation Advocate Brian Hardin, Michael Lavender and Foundation Advocate Sarah Hardin.

Volunteering to accept and unload supplies on behalf of SeHealth Foundation on Saturday, October 22, from left, were James Granger, Sissy Grantham, Carlotta Winston, Jane Hardin, Sara Hardin, Dave Morse, Lauren Morse, Mike Hardin, Chelsea Biggs, Jameson Terry, Sydni Collins and Linda Collins.

 

 
Chatham Hospital Donations

Representatives from Chatham Hospital in Siler City, NC, delivered eight pallets of water, personal items and homemade cookies to SRMC on Monday, Oct. 17.

 
Nurses travel to support SeHealth following hurricane

Representatives from SimpliFi Managed Services of Florence, SC, visited the Southeastern Health Foundation on Monday. Oct. 17 to present both personal and corporate donations to the SeHealth Foundation’s Hurricane Matthew Employee Relief Fund. Pictured at the presentation, from left, were, FNP Bambi Floyd, SimpliFi Chief Clinical Officer; Betsey Carges, SimpliFi National Director of Strategic Sales; Kimberly Young, SimpliFi Account Coordinator; Hannah Kendrick, Senior SimpliFi Account Coordinator; Renae Taylor, SeHealth Chief Nursing Officer; Sissy Grantham, SeHealth Foundation Director; and Burt Owens, SimpliFi Chief Executive Officer.

 

Contact Information


Physical Address:
403 W. 27th Street
Lumberton, NC 28358
Tel. (910) 671-5583
Fax: (910) 671-5377

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1408
Lumberton, NC 28359
E-mail: foundation@southeasternhealth.org

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