RiverStone Health Foundation hosts three major community events in 2018 in support of RiverStone Health services.
- Now an annual event, our 5K fun-run promotes the importance of physical activity to overall health. NEW this year we invite participants to dress in their medical scrubs. The Scrub Run, starting and finishing at South Park, will conclude with a fun FREE kid’s fitness activity and post 5K party. The Scrub Run benefits RiverStone Reads, a literacy program that adds a discussion of reading at each well-child exam. RiverStone Reads serves children through age 18. Everyone can get behind active readers at the Scrub Run. Saturday September 8th. Get ready to move!
- In remembering our loved ones, and reconnecting with those who cared for them, we heal. Hospice Tree of Lights is a celebration of life that helps loved ones through the grief journey. Since 1991, Hospice Tree of Lights not only helps families heal, it ensures compassionate caregivers and vital program needs. The non-denominational ceremony includes an invocation, individuals remembered, and tree lighting on the RiverStone Health campus. We invite you to join us Sunday November 11th.
- The 31st Hospice Golf Tournament, will be held Friday June 7 at Laurel Golf Club, supports RiverStone Health Hospice Services. Tournament proceeds offset the cost of providing end-of-life care, regardless of our patient’s financial situation. Last year, RiverStone Health Hospice cared for hundreds of families, with 75 patients receiving financial assistance. As the first hospice provider in Yellowstone County, RiverStone Health, formerly Big Sky Hospice, has been caring for patients since 1980. We are the most experienced provider of hospice care in the region and the first to be nationally accredited, assuring compliance with the highest standards of care for the terminally ill and their loved ones.