Join us to support important causes

The Lakeview Health Foundation hosts several events during the year where you can meet fellow supporters for friendship, learning and fundraising. Events are chances for us to reflect on what we’ve accomplished and look ahead to the future.

We welcome you to join us by attending, donating, sponsoring, volunteering or helping organize. Supporters like you make our events – and our commitment to improved health and well-being in the St. Croix Valley – possible. To learn more about volunteering or sponsorship opportunities, please call us at 651-430-8735.

For the health and safety of our staff, donors, and guests, our Breakfast event will shift to a virtual platform this year. Join us as we honor our frontline workers and the extraordinary work they have provided in our hospitals, clinic, and community settings throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch for updates here as well as by mail and email.

Senior Health and Faith Day

Led by our Faith Community Nurse Program, the annual Senior Health and Faith Day is an opportunity for older adults to explore the intersection between physical, emotional and spiritual care.There is no cost to attend Senior Health and Faith Day. 

To learn more, call 651-430-8734 or email

The Summer Soiree is an annual event where guests can sample local and international wines, enjoy live music and take part in an exciting live auction with friends and family. Funds raised during the event support the Prescription Assistance Program at Lakeview Hospital. Since this summer event began in 2009, more than $725,000 has been raised to support better health care at Lakeview Hospital and Stillwater Medical Group. Join us for the 2021 event on June 10 at 7 Vines Vineyard in Dellwood, MN.

To learn more about this event, call 651-430-4556.

Host a fundraiser

Support a cause you’re passionate about. By hosting an event, you can help improve the health and well-being of our community. The proceeds from your event will help provide programs, equipment and services that the hospital could not otherwise offer to patients.

It also goes to major healthcare initiatives, like Power Up, Lakeview’s valley-wide Breast Health Center and a variety of charity care programs designed to serve our neighbors in need.