Projects Funded by NHHF

Stories of Hope


Stories of Hope

TCRHCC Facility Projects

TCRHCC Facility Projects

Better Healthcare, One Project at a Time

Several Foundation projects have been completed using donation funds. These projects include:

Hogan at TCRHCC

Hogan Project Funded by the Foundation
In keeping with benefiting the tribes of northern Arizona, the NHHF funded the development of a Hogan on TCRHCC property. The Hogan is a beloved and well-respected structure in old Navajo culture. The Office of Native and Spiritual Medicine within TCRHCC uses the Hogan in times of spirituality—ceremonies for patients and staff and meetings/presentations are held inside.
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The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation exists because of donations like yours.
TCRHCC and NHHF house of hope

House of Hope Project

House of Hope Project  Partially Funded by the Foundation  

The renovation construction for the House of Hope started in April 2019; this renovation of a historic home is located on Main Street, near the Tuba City primary school. The ultimate project will be the creation of the House of Hope.

Together with the Foundation, TCRHCC, and the Cancer Support Community (CSC); the House of Hope became the home of a newly developed program that will provide cancer support services for families and friends affected by cancer. Through assistance from CSC, support groups and counseling services will be offered. Cancer counseling services will now be available closer to home and if needed, in our native language. 

Read the Press Release.

Donor Contributions Make a Difference

The staff at the Specialty Care Center selected landscape style and colorful artwork for their patient lobby. This is beneficial for our cancer patients and their healing process.

March 2020, Artwork for the Specialty Care Center. Artwork by a local artist, Crystal Dugi from Tonalea.

EISAI Staff Volunteers

Volunteers are Our Greatest Asset

They make things happen – we have volunteers at our hospital that make the Winter Gala and Run for Hope a success every year; most staff work on weekends and during their lunch hour to help.

There are many other volunteers who help with our projects and we are grateful for each one.

Presentation to the Tuba City High School JROTC

The NHHF President, Justice M. Beard, presented the Tuba City High School JROTC leaders with an Appreciation plaque and small tokens of our appreciation of “Life Savers.” The JROTC volunteered to direct traffic during the Run for Hope event in October 2019. The morning of the run was bitter cold, but they showed up early and gave up their Saturday to help with our fundraising event.