Our Mission

The PHN Charitable Foundation will support the efforts of the Primary Health Network, to build and sustain programs in the PHN service area that increase access to healthcare services and assist, through scholarships the pursuit of medical and allied health careers."

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  • JUL25th

    Run Run Rudolph 5K

    The Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation (PHNCF) is hosting a Christmas in July themed walk/run. Breakfast will be provided for this family-friendly event, and each participant will receive a T-shirt (while supplies last). Sizing for shirts is first come, first served. Those wishing to wear some festive Christmas apparel will be eligible for a costume contest, so get out those red suits and sleigh bells! There are 13 age groups for prizes, so chances for a medal are high! The top male and female will also receive awards. A DJ will provide entertainment, as well. We invite you to join us for some festive fitness fun! It’s all the holiday cheer with none of the wintery chill. All proceeds benefit the programs of the PHNCF.

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  • The Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation will be hosting a mentoring workshop for young adults to help them with skills such as Resume Building, College Preparation, Financial Planning and more. Workshops are available for youth ages 16-18.

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  • The Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation will be hosting a mentoring workshop for young adults to help them with skills such as Resume Building, College Preparation, Financial Planning and more. Workshops are available for youth ages 16-18.

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  • The Primary Health Network Charitable Foundation (PHNCF) hosted its 7th annual Snowball Crawl on Saturday, February 28th. With more than 500 participants and 50 volunteers this year’s Snowball Crawl was a huge success. The support of our community, sponsors, and security made this event another exciting and fun-filled year!

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