The RMU Foundation is most grateful to the many contributors inspired by the University’s mission and commitment to service to the underserved citizens of Utah County through our two pro bono clinics – the Community Rehabilitation Clinic and Center for Communication Disorders. Their investment has produced a significant return in millions of dollars saved by the underserved and their communities. The “Wall of Honor” is one of the ways the RMU Foundation can dutifully distinguish and recognize those who provide meaningful and welcome support to Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
RMU Foundation Installs Wall of Honor on RMUoHP Campus
The Rocky Mountain University Foundation has installed a “Wall of Honor” adjacent to the lobby on the main campus of the University to honor and formally recognize gifts and contributions to the non-profit Foundation including grants, individual and corporate donations, gifts-in-kind, bequests, and planned gifts. The “Wall” is sectioned into levels of giving including the highest level of gifts of $100,000 or more called the Mt. Kilimanjaro Circle (President’s Club) in tribute to University President’s dedicated service to Africa of over 25 years. In keeping with the theme of Rocky Mountains, the other giving levels are named after peaks along the Wasatch Front going from higher to lower elevation in accordance with gifting levels. They include:
Mt. Nebo Circle – Gifts of $50,000 up to $100,000
Mt Timpanogos Circle – Gifts of $25,000 up to $50,000
Twin Peaks Circle – Gifts of $10,000 up to $25,000
Pfeifferhorn Peak Circle – Gifts of $5,000 up to $10,000
Lone Peak Circle – Gifts of $1,000 up to $5,000
Thunder Mountain Circle – Gifts of $500 up to $1,000
Cascade Mountain Circle – Gifts of $250 up to $500
The specific purpose of the RMUoHP Foundation is to promote and assist Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions and other healthcare agencies to receive charitable gifts, property, and funds for healthcare, student support, mentored research, learning resource centers, and special projects.
The Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Foundation supports RMUoHP in its contribution to health care through a dynamic, evidence-based graduate education founded upon a student-centered approach. The Foundation supports RMUoHP students in learning how to incorporate evidence-informed and research-based principles from an academic and clinical perspective, into advances in day-to-day practice.