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BDCH Foundation

Together, Let’s Build a Brighter Future

Since 1984, we’ve been proud to offer innovative solutions to the health care needs that matter most in our communities. We’re able to meet those needs thanks to the generosity of donors like you, and we accept gifts for projects within the walls of BDCH, and for health-related initiatives throughout the region.

Each year the Foundation highlights and raises funds for specific areas of need. The 2018-2019 Annual Fund Appeal goal is $400,000 and focuses on Hospice Home and Blue Zones Project. Donations to BDCH Foundation, Inc. are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

our mission

The mission of the Beaver Dam Community Hospitals Foundation Inc. is to raise and direct funds in support of BDCH’s local health care and community programs.

our history

On May 21, 1984, local leaders formed BDCH Foundation, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting charitable giving for health care needs in local communities. The Foundation, through its board of directors, recognizes the need to support the health and well-being of our region and beyond.



"Beaver Dam Community Hospitals Foundation, Inc. is an integral part of the greater Beaver Dam community. My goal for 2019 is to continue the efforts that have been laid out and improve upon them. Furthermore, I will try to use my energy and influence to concentrate on new avenues to help fundraising efforts."

Keith Ghanian

Foundation Chair

foundation INITIATIVES

The Beaver Dam Community Hospitals Foundation asks for your help in reaching the 2018-19 Annual Fund Drive goal of $400,000. The funds raised will help finance the following valuable projects and programs. 


Young couple and baby shopping in grocery store. Dodge County Blue Zones

Living Better, Living Longer


Traveling the world, Dan Buettner discovered five longevity “Hot Spots,” communities where people lived to age 100 at rates 10 times greater than the rest of the world: Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, Calif.; Nicoya Costa Rica; and Ikaria, Greece.

Buettner studied these five “Blue Zones” closely and discovered common traits. The Blue Zones organization decided to see if they could leverage this information to help communities across the United States maximize health and wellness.

The way Dodge County residents view health and wellness began its transformation in 2017 as the Blue Zones Project kicked off in Beaver Dam, Horicon, Juneau and Mayville. The three-year wellness initiative sponsored by BDCH works with local volunteers to help communities make changes in policy and lifestyle that enable people to make the healthy choices the easy ones.


Male doctor with an elderly female patient lying in a bed; Beaver Dam Community Hospital Foundation Hillside Hospice initiative

Compassionate, Community-based Hospice


For nearly 30 years, BDCH Hillside Hospice has been dedicated to improving quality of life for the terminally ill, supporting patients and their families in making every moment count. We view it as a privilege to provide this care to our communities and provide a unique and complete support system.

Our team includes physicians, nurses, social workers, clergy and volunteers, all sharing the same goal: delivering the compassionate, supportive care families deserve as they celebrate life and say goodbye. We’re proud of our record of service, but we want to do more.

Your donation is another step toward expanding our scope of services while maintaining the excellence you’ve come to expect.




board of  DIRECTORS

A volunteer group of community stakeholders, our Board of Directors takes seriously the responsibility of ensuring that the trust each patient places in BDCH is rewarded with compassionate, high-quality care. We’re fortunate to have such a dedicated group of leaders tackling the many challenges and opportunities the constantly evolving health care landscape presents.



The Partners of BDCH are the Foundation’s unsung heroes. Their hard work and generous spirit drive many successful ventures each year, including the annual BDCH Craft Fair and the Annual Tree of Lights Celebration. Stop by the Gift Shop or follow your nose to their cookie sales and you’ll see their hard work in action.