Events

2019 Cherry Health Celebration

Join us for this newsworthy event, as we ‘scroll through our feed,’ highlighting headlines celebrating success in serving under-resourced communities. This evening will broadcast hope and health, with access for all, regardless of income or insurance. Proceeds from this annual fundraising event serve the 76,000 patients of Cherry Health through ensuring and expanding access to comprehensive, quality health care for populations in need, and creating innovative programs that increase health outcomes.

Thursday, November 7, 2019
6 – 8:30 p.m.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
1000 E Beltline Ave NE, Grand Rapids

In 2018, nearly $160,000 was donated in support of Cherry Health’s mission to improve the health and wellness of the communities we serve, regardless of income or insurance. For more information and for sponsorship opportunities for the fall 2019 event, please contact Kate Klemp, Annual Giving & Donor Relations Manager, at 616.965.8267 or kateklemp@cherryhealth.com.

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Check out the patient feature from our 2018 Cherry Health Celebration:

Connect on a Tour

To RSVP for our behind-the-scenes tour of Heart of the City Health Center at 100 Cherry Street SE in Grand Rapids, click the “join us” button. Below are our scheduled dates. Don’t see a time that works for you? Please contact Kate Klemp, Annual Giving & Donor Relations Manager, at 616.965.8267 or kateklemp@cherryhealth.com to find a time that may work for your schedule.

Friday, September 27
Thursday, October 17
Thursday, November 21
Friday, December 6
Thursday, January 16
Thursday, March 12
Friday, March 27
Thursday, April 16
Thursday, May 14
Friday, June 5

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2019 Prescription: Strength 

Check out Ralph Fowler’s story to learn how Cherry Health made a difference in his recovery from mental illness.

On May 9, 2019, Cherry Health Foundation hosted our annual Prescription: Strength luncheon supporting Cherry Health’s work in community health. The significant impact of our essential, integrated mental health services were illustrated through Ralph’s story of care (above). Nearly $60,000 was donated, supporting our mission to ensure access to comprehensive, holistic health care for the most vulnerable among us.