“With healthcare this important for youth and families, we should make giving easier for donors interested in healthcare,” said Jordan Foundation chair Kathleen Pringle. With that kind of clarity, and the team at Phu Concepts, building the new Foundation website was a labor of love. The Foundation had a few pages on its beneficiary’s corporate website, mostly to accept payment for the Foundation’s annual Patients First Luncheon. When healthcare became a national conversation, the industry increased efforts to educate the public and attract funding for related programs and services. “The competition for healthcare funding is fierce,” said J. K. Langkans, Jordan Health’s director of foundation relations. “We needed to increase our presence in person and online, and let the community know that we’re here to raise funds for the delivery of superior healthcare across Jordan Health.” Besides showcasing sponsors, taking payments for the Patients First Luncheon and making giving easier, the website shares the <<link>>impact of donor gifts, <<link>>highlights local healthcare statistics, and solicits volunteers for the Foundation’s independent board and several committees.