CRMC Foundation uses online event to support seniors

Published: Jul. 7, 2017 at 2:10 PM CDT
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From July 11 to July 13, the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation is participating in a 65-hour online giving event to raise funds and awareness for nonprofit organizations serving seniors. Ninety nonprofits from 36 states and the District of Columbia will be participating.

During the event, the CRMC Foundation will be raising funds while also competing for a $10,000 award from Home Instead Senior Care Foundation®. An award will be given to one small, medium and large nonprofit raising the most money or having the most donors participate. Donations of $10 or greater will be accepted at

“Our local senior population continues to increase rapidly,” said Wendy Fanning, the CRMC Foundation’s annual giving and grants director. “Unfortunately, the pace of government and philanthropic support for seniors is not matching the growing need for supportive services for this population. The good news is that Cheyenne Regional Medical Center’s Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) has grown exponentially since it opened four years ago. This program empowers seniors to remain independent and to age with dignity. Our goal with this campaign is to help fund this amazingly popular and beneficial program.”

The GIVE65 event begins locally at 6 a.m. on Tuesday and concludes at 11 p.m. on Thursday. The CRMC Foundation is the only nonprofit in Wyoming participating in this event.

The virtual event is an initiative of the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation and the nation’s first and only crowd-fundraising platform focused exclusively on helping nonprofit organizations across the country raise funds for programs and services benefiting seniors.

“GIVE65 allows us to help our seniors while raising awareness of the critical need for the programs and services that so many seniors rely on,” Fanning said.

“Every gift will help seniors at the local level in communities across the country,” said Roger Baumgart, executive director of Home Instead Senior Care Foundation. “We’re thrilled to partner with the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation for the second-annual GIVE65 event, and we are hopeful our partnership will ignite greater charitable giving in support of seniors who rely on the nonprofit sector.”

All donations to the GIVE65 event are 100 percent tax-deductible in the United States. The CRMC Foundation can also provide more information at 633-7667.


Home Instead Senior Care Foundation® is proud to present GIVE65, the first crowd-fundraising platform exclusively devoted to helping nonprofits raise funds online for programs and services that create hope for seniors. At, senior-focused nonprofits in the United States are invited to showcase projects that are helping seniors and those who care for them. People who have a desire to help less fortunate, vulnerable seniors can visit to share a secure, online donation in support of the featured nonprofit they choose. By combining technology and generosity, GIVE65 inspires greater charitable giving in support of seniors and those who care for them. Visit to learn more.


Since its founding in 2003, Home Instead Senior Care Foundation has been helping less fortunate and vulnerable seniors. The Foundation has invested more than $2.3 million in nonprofit organizations serving seniors in the United States. The mission of the Foundation is to enhance the lives of aging adults and those who care for them. This mission is made possible, in part, thanks to Home Instead, Inc., as well as generous sponsors and donations from the general public. To learn more about the Foundation, visit