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The Madison Regional Health Foundation has adopted a new logo as it celebrates seven years of supporting local healthcare. In the new design, the heart represents philanthropy and the handshake represents partnerships—not only the donor-Foundation partnership but also the partnership between the Foundation and Madison Regional Health System. Beth Knuths, Foundation director said, “We are a separate corporation from Madison Regional Health System, and as such, felt it was important to have our own brand that can be easily identified and understood.”

The Articles of Incorporation of the Madison Community Hospital Foundation, Inc. were approved by the South Dakota Secretary of State on August 9, 2013. Official recognition for the Foundation as a non-profit with tax exempt status was granted by the Internal Revenue Service in 2014. Officially known as the Madison Regional Health Foundation, the Foundation seeks support from individuals, families and businesses who value having access to quality healthcare close to where they live. Donations are used at Madison Regional Health System for facility, equipment and technology enhancements and for recruiting and training additional medical providers and staff members. The Foundation’s annual Winter Gala fundraising event provides an opportunity for the community to celebrate Madison Regional Health System’s vital role in our community.

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