History of Giving

The Oneida Health Foundation and Auxiliary have been supporting the mission of Oneida Health since 1969. Through the generosity of our donors and the wise investment and prudent stewardship of our board of directors, we are able to provide funding that will impact the quality of patient and resident care now and in the years to come.

Donations can be made monthly, annually, or in a one-time sum, through cash, check, online payment, or through a bequest or planned gift. Donors also enjoy contributing through one of our special events held throughout the year.

The Foundation takes pride in the fact that due to our generous donors, we are able to provide funding for the latest technology, for scholarships used to promote our valued employees in their pursuit of excellence, and for the funding of needed programs such as Cancer Care, Fit Kits, Laurie’s Legacy (Breast Cancer), Survivorship and more.

The Griffin Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Michael Kent

Carol Musgrove

Louis J. Bruno Residuary Trust

Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC

D’Arcangelo & Co, LLP

Dixon Building Co., LLC

Mr. and Mrs. John Haskell

Mr. Daniel Huffer

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Niles

Mr. Jeremiah Sweet

Schwab Charitable

Tired Iron of Butternut Valley, Inc

Mr. Myron and Mrs. Cynthia Thurston

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cavanagh

Mrs. Crystal Christman

Ms. Wendy Cukierski

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Devine Jr

Mr. Donald Dew

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dunn

Mrs. Geraldine Haskell

Ms. Felissa Koernig

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Leo Jr.

Ms. Felissa Koernig

Ms. Karen Litwak

Ms. Linda Lyon

Ms. Lyndy McAllister

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McDermott

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pisacano

Rich & Gardner Construction Co.

Rothman Evans PC

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Valesky

Our Corporate Partners

How Your Gifts Help

Annual scholarships to high school seniors and current college students who are completing a degree or certification in a health-related field.

Programmatic funding for health-related education and services for individuals faced with a chronic illness, obesity, diabetes and cancer.

Capital funding for upgrades to necessary medical technology, which will provide patients access to the most efficient, advanced, and robust medical care.

Financial support to local community programs for youth, such as the YMCA’s Fit Kids Program.

Financial Assistance for patients to bridge the gap, while they are in active cancer treatment, including gas, groceries, child care, medical co-pays, durable medical equipment and so much more.

To help Oneida Health continue to build, expand and offer the best and most compassionate medical care for patients and families from our rural, farmland communities.

Oneida Health Mission

The mission of Oneida Health is to plan, promote, provide and coordinate the highest quality progressive and comprehensive health care services for the greater Oneida area and surrounding communities.

Oneida Health Vision

A community of caring professionals with up to date skills, working together to deliver personalized, coordinated care, while employing advanced technology, resulting in a positive experience for patients, residents and their families.