Learn about past and upcoming events
Learn about past and upcoming events
Better Healthcare, One Project at a Time
Self-reliance has been a successful advantage for the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation in maintaining the mission of benefiting TCRHCC.
Our Biggest Sponsor For
Navajo Hopi Health Foundation
RUN for HOPE Virtual 3K, 5K and 10K
Benefiting Cancer Patients at TCRHCC
The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation is proud to host the RUN for HOPE, which promotes culturally adapted cancer treatment for the Navajo, Hopi, and San Juan Southern Paiute people in Tuba City. The Specialty Care Center provides outpatient clinical care to patients and the House of Hope provides support to patients and their families.
- RUN for HOPE 3K, 5K and 10K is scheduled on October 14-17, 2021
- The virtual event on-line registration is now OPEN through October 13th
- WALK, RUN, BIKE, HIKE in support of TCRHCC Cancer Patients – Choose your move, your way, your day.
- Registration is $30 for all participants who will receive an event t-shirt and sticker (Items will be mailed)
All proceeds benefit the TCRHCC Specialty Care Center and our patients. Join us by registering for the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation’s virtual event and make a difference.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS & PARTICIPANTS!
Your support directly helps our patients as they go through one of their most difficult challenges, and if you already registered with us, thank you so much!
You can also help by spreading the word! Watch the Video, “Bringing Cancer Care to the Navajo Nation”
A Night of Fun and Glamour
The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation hosts an annual Winter Gala at the end of the year to raise money for TCRHCC’s ongoing healthcare needs and to celebrate our employees and their hard work throughout the year. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, we were forced to cancel our Winter 2020 gala. So, for 2021, we will be back with a gala to remember.
On December 7, 2019, the NHHF hosted its 6th Annual Winter Gala at Twin Arrows Casino Resort located east of Flagstaff on the Navajo Nation. The theme was “Midnight in Paris.” The semiformal gala included dinner, dancing until midnight, an auction items by many native artists and a basket themed raffle plus a door entrance raffle with fabulous prizes such as a big flat screen tv.
All proceeds from the Winter Gala supported TCRHCC’s healthcare projects.
There are many volunteers who make this event a success; they give up their lunch hour and their time after work to help, they use their creativity to decorate the dance hall and to make table centerpieces, we are grateful for each volunteer. Of course, our corporate sponsors are vital for this event to even occur. There are various levels of sponsorship and each are so important. Thank you to our many corporate sponsors, your generosity is this event provides for opportunities to improve our healthcare services on the Navajo Nation.
Your fully deductible donation will help TCRHCC’s mission to provide safe, accessible, quality, and culturally sensitive healthcare. You may donate anytime of the year.
The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation exists because of donations like yours.
2018 Madeleine Gross Family Scholarship Recipient
The Madeleine Gross Family Scholarship program started in 2017 and is administered by the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation. The $5,000 scholarship is awarded to a high school Senior from the Tuba City high schools. The students write an essay of overcoming a hardship in their lives and how their winning attitude prevailed as they focused on acquiring a college education. Thank you to the Madeleine Gross Family for encouraging our children to pursue college degrees by providing this scholarship opportunity.
Due to the pandemic, the 2020 scholarship program was deferred. Instead, the administrator of the Madeleine Gross family elected to award all four former scholarship recipients; so, each student received $1,250 for their college school year. Best wishes to each student from the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation.
Navajo Hopi Health Foundation Thomas J. Drouhard, M.D. Provider of the Year Award
Honoring Exceptional Physicians in Rural HealthCare
Navajo Hopi Health Foundation Thomas J. Drouhard, M.D. Provider of the Year Award recognizes physicians whose dedication, talents and skills have improved the lives of countless patients and communities in the Tuba City Service Unit, which includes Cameron, Gap/Bodaway, Coppermine, Coalmine, Kaibeto, LeChee, Tonalea, Tuba City, and lower and upper Moenkopi.
Our doctors know their patients personally and dedicate themselves to the care of the community. To honor these exceptional physicians and recognize their continuing contribution to rural healthcare, the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation is proud to sponsor the Thomas J. Drouhard M.D., Provider of the Year Award.
This prestigious award is presented every year in December at the Winter Gala to a TCRHCC physician.
The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation is honored to highlight our 2018 Thomas J. Drouhard, M.D. Provider of the Year Award recipient – Dr. Katherine Glaser, MD, MPH, FACOG.
A special thanks to all those who have supported the Foundation’s efforts to make the Winter Gala possible. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you Winter Gala Volunteers!
Julius Young, II
A special thanks to Winter Gala Sponsors
Northland Hospice & Palliative Care
Southwest Calibration Labs
MedPro, Management Health Systems
Health Resource Group
Total Office Interiors
Bank of Oklahoma,
US Public Health Commission Officers
Lanmor Services, Inc.
Mobile Health Clinics Assoc.
EDC Electrical Design Consultants
Wealth Plan Advisors
IEC Group, Inc.
Choice NTUA Wireless
Ricker, Atkinson, McBee, Morman, & Assoc.
Lake Powell Construction
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Coppersmith Brockelman PLC
Johnson Financial Group
Aspey, Watkins, & Diesel, PLLC
Brown & Associates
Trane US Inc.