Recent Projects & Grants

Each year in the Spring and Fall, Providence Foundation awards grants to various departments within Providence Healthcare Network. SInce 1993, Providence Foundation has awarded over $20 million in grants to the Providence Healthcare Network departments, in order to ensure that patients are receiving high-quality healthcare with state-of-the-art medical equipment which aims to promote quicker recovery time, less hospitalization time, and overall patient and associate safety.


2016 Fall Grant Ceremony

Sorin S5 Hear-Lung Perfusion System
Surgical Services

6 Patient Lifts
Providence Park


Spring 2016 Grant Awards

BladderScan BVI 9400 Mobile Cart Assembly
Critical Care

GE Omni-Bed Isolette
Women & Newborns Center

Olympus CV-190 Video Processor & Light Source

4 Vectra Genisys Therapy Systems
Outpatient Rehanilitative Services

Psychiatric Hospital Specialty Furniture
DePaul Center

4 Vectra Genisys Therapy Systems
Providence Park Rehabilitative Services

Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs Monitor and Stand
St. Catherine Center

2016 Yamaha EFI Passenger Golf Cart
Providence Park

80 Chairs for Community Room
Providence Park

"The Providence Mission is more than just a mission statement or core values on the wall; for the Daughters, their whole lives revolve around the mission and core values, and that is how they live their life-they're here to serve the folks of the community and care for those who are in need of help. They have touched a lot of lives here in Waco, not just the people we serve, but also the employees here at Providence" -Jay Scherler


Providence Foundation provided the funds to purchase this GE OmniBed Isolette which is used in the Bill & Patricia Watson Women & Newborns Center for neonatal thermoregulation. It is used to promote a safe, warm environment for premature newborns so they can continue growing and developing. We're thankful that we could provide the funds to purchase this state-of-the-art isolette that will directly impact the healing process and development of premature infants.