The Story of Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation
When it comes to caring about the people on the Plateau, no one does it better than the leaders and donors of Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation. Since 1982, our volunteer board of community members has worked in partnership with caring individuals, community groups, business leaders and generous donors to raise more than $5 million to support the programs that make the Foothills Communities healthy and safe havens to raise families and grow old.
The Foundation oversees four initiatives in the community: Neighbors Feeding Neighbors (addressing hunger); Access to Healthcare (Focusing on door-to-door direct service of non-emergency transportation for healthcare appointments); Mental Health (Examining Mental Health issues and their impact on Plateau society while reducing stigma); and Student Academic Sucess.
Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation is designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 C 3, non profit organization, offering a tax free avenue for donors to contribute in many forms, such as gifts, bequests, memorials, and legacies. It is with the critical help of generous supporters that the Foundation can carry out its mission of providing quality healthcare awareness programs in the communities it serves.
Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation (RFWF) fills the gaps around basic needs to the most vulnerable population groups across the Plateau serving both King and Pierce County. Service boundaries include cities of: Enumclaw of King County and all of Buckley, Wilkeson, Carbonado, South Prairie and Greenwater all located in Pierce County. We are the only non-profit and service agency that crosses the county line to better serve all populations in the rural communities that many reside. Our signature events provide continuing community outreach and relationship building. Each social experience adds new friends and supporters and increases awareness of Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation and its programs and services.