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A small sample of recent projects of the Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation:

Community Nurse Program: Provides health & wellness counseling and advocacy services to hundreds of needy individuals annually without regard of income, ability to pay or health insurance status.

Healthy Teen Program: Provides high quality prevention programs to teens and young adults on topics such as, "Prescription Drug Abuse", "Gun Violence", "Sexting", "Texting While Driving", "Street Smarts", etc.

AED Program: Provides AED Units to Police, Fire, Ambulance and Rescue Units throughout the region and provides AED/CPR Training to first responders and civilians alike.

First Responders Program: Provides equipment and training to first responder organization who have strategically aligned with the AKH Foundation, including the Highlands Emergency Services Alliance.

Community Health and Wellness Education: Provides many educational programs each year on timely topics such as "Understanding Medicare", "The Affordable Care Act", "Understanding Stress", "Personal Safety", etc.

John D. Pastorek, CFRE, President
Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation
One Acee Drive
Natrona Heights, PA 15065
(724)294-3157

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Ways to include the Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation in your estate plan:

The Allegheny-Kiski Heath Foundation’s headquarters was aptly named and dedicated as the Charles & Mary Lou Young Non-Profit Center in memory of “Chuck & Mary Lou”, longtime friends of the Foundation. 

Chuck Young was instrumental in creating the Foundation in 1983 and served as the organization’s first Chairman.  Chuck’s vision and tenacity helped lay the Foundation for a strong Foundation.  “CW”, as Chuck was affectionately known by his family and close friends, remained loyal and steadfast in his involvement and support with the Foundation until his passing in 1999.  Thoughts of the Foundation never strayed far from Chuck’s mind.  He often phoned the Foundation offices with ideas and feedback, whether he was at home in Sarver, or wintering in Florida.  Mary Lou, Chuck’s loving spouse, carried on the Young family’s support of the Foundation, making one of the largest gifts ever to the Foundation in 2003.

     
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