Charitable Care Initiative
The Foundation offers a charitable care program for patients who qualify for assistance. If funds are available, the Foundation may subsidize the cost of services provided by a healthcare entity in full or at a discount, for under insured patients with limited financial resources.Learn More
Do Unto Others
Our community outreach volunteer program. “DUO” provides critical yet minor home repairs, completely free of charge, for homeowners in Davis County, that are low income seniors or those living with disabilities.
Good Deeds Challenge
We call it “The Good Deeds Challenge” and our goal is to bring the love of community service to elementary age children. Here at the Rocky Mountain Care Foundation we are passionate about service, and really want to instill that passion in kids early on. We want to help teachers do that with their students by bringing the challenge to as many area elementary schools as we can!
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Jon Owens was born and raised in Kaysville, Utah. Jon served an LDS Mission to London, England from 1988-1990. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and was a…
LaMar Bangerter has been Chairman of the Board since the foundation was formed. He served an LDS Mission in Toronto Canada and is an Eagle Scout. LaMar married his wife,…
Beginning the last week of July and running through the first week of September of this year, Rocky Mountain Care Foundation held the…