Conway Regional Giving Day

On May 16, 2024, we invited our community and employees to participate in our inaugural Conway Regional Giving Day. We are proud to announce that you answered the call – and $43,002 was raised on Giving Day!

Giving Day was a success because of the generous donors who support our mission of providing high-quality, compassionate healthcare to the communities we serve. And because of the support from our community, we met the $20,000 matching goal, pledged by Randy and Amber Milligan.

Your contributions will support vital areas, including student scholarships, medical fitness programs, and employee benevolence. By participating in Giving Day, you supported the people at the heart of our community's health—the same individuals who may one day care for you or your loved ones.

Thank you to all who donated!



Aids area students currently enrolled or beginning their education in a health-related career field. 
Aids area students currently enrolled or beginning their education in a health-related career field are invited to apply. This fund was established to pay tribute to Dr. James S. Garrison and his 24 years of service and dedication to health care in the central Arkansas area.  
Established in 2022 by friends, family, and coworkers in memory of Dot Welch. Through her work at the Conway Regional Health Foundation, many were touched by Dot's thoughtfulness, leadership, and passion. We are pleased to honor her legacy through this scholarship. This scholarship aids students currently enrolled in health-related career field.
This scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of Eleanor Duncan by Conway Regional Health System oncology nurses to assist a student pursuing a health-related career with preference given to a student pursuing a career in oncology nursing.

Established in 2007 by the Conway Regional Women’s Council to honor John Robbins and his wife, Janice, upon his retirement as Conway Regional’s President and CEO. Aids area students currently enrolled or beginning their education in a health-related career field

Established in 2022, patients, friends, and family of Dr. Michael Wood endowed a scholarship in his honor to recognize Dr. Wood for more than 29 years of caring for his patients and community. Students must be a resident of Arkansas, attending the University of Central Arkansas, a Conway Regional Employee or child of a Conway Regional Employee, and pursuing a degree in pre-medicine, nursing, occupational therapy or physical therapy.  





 Patient and Community Funds 

The April’s Angels fund was established in 2008 by April and Jamie Miller to provide financial assistance to our patients and families experiencing financial hardship due to a cancer diagnosis. 
The Annual Fund supports areas of greatest need across all departments at Dardanelle Regional. This fund plays a pivotal role in funding essential equipment, supplies, and the development of programs. By contributing to our Annual Fund, you directly impact the quality of care we provide to our patients and the well-being of our community, ensuring that we can continually adapt and advance to meet evolving healthcare challenges. Your support enables us to maintain our commitment to excellence in healthcare.
Licensed, specially trained cosmetologists in the Fabulous You Boutique teach women beauty techniques and skincare regimens to help them cope with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Sustained by donations from the community, the boutique provides wigs, turbans, and important skin care techniques and regimens to women who are currently undergoing cancer treatment.
This endowed fund provides scholarships to patients in need of financial assistance for medical fitness programs like Script to Fit and Rock Steady Boxing. 
Conway Regional Health & Fitness Center offers Script to Fit and Rock Steady Boxing as part of their medical fitness programs. Rock Steady Boxing gives hope to people with Parkinson's or Parkinsonism disease by improving their quality of life through a non-contact boxing-based fitness curriculum. Script to Fit provides participants with exercise and educational programming to help them better manage their chronic health conditions. This fund contributes to equipment, staff certifications, and assistance to individuals in need of these programs. 
The Interfaith Dental Clinic serves people without dental insurance and individuals with Medicaid and Medicare dental coverage. Conway Regional Health Foundation helps support clinic’s mission of providing low-cost dental care through grants and donations.
Our Patient and Employee Program fund provides essential assistance to patients during times of hardship and also contributes to funding needs of our employees such as licenses, credentials, and certifications. This initiative is a testament to our commitment to both serve the community and support Conway Regional’s employees and patients.
Conway Regional's Perinatal Bereavement Program offers a personal, long-term approach to serving those whose lives have touched by the tragic loss of an infant during early pregnancy, stillbirth, or during the first few months after birth. The Perinatal Bereavement Program is funded by the Conway Regional Health Foundation through grants, donations, and memorial tributes. There is no charge to any patient for the services they receive. 


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Employee Funds 

The Benevolence Fund is a safety net designed to help those in the Conway Regional workforce facing unexpected hardships, whether a medical emergency, a natural disaster, or other unforeseen challenges.  

Founded in honor of Sharon Rogers, a beloved member of the Dardanelle team, this fund is dedicated to assisting employees of Dardanelle Regional Medical Center facing unexpected hardships, whether a medical emergency, a natural disaster, or other unforeseen challenges. 








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