Lafayette General Foundation Inc

Address
1214 Coolidge Street
Lafayette, LA 70503
Contact
Website: http://www.lafayettegeneral.com/foundation.aspx
Phone: +1 (337) 289-8954
Nonprofit
NTEE: E19 - Nonmonetary Support N.E.C.
EIN: 37-1766778

Mission

The Lafayette General Foundation was created to support Lafayette General Health (LGH), Acadiana's only community-owned, nonprofit health system. We exist to help fulfill LGH's mission, To Restore, Maintain and Improve Health. Our role is to find and connect the pieces, people and processes with our resources, our supporters and our heads and hearts. With the generosity of our supporters and donors, and by eagerly listening to our staff, patients and our community, we help provide innovations that transform how care is delivered. We fundraise, boost projects and aim to improve outcomes satisfaction and create a healthier future for all.
 201720162015
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2014
Subsection code03
PF filing required0  
Metropolitan statistical area3880
Form of organization
CorporationTrue
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Total compensation of current key personnel$105,945.00$115,287.00 
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$0.00$0.00$0.00
Number of employees332
Number of people compensated >$100k111
Number of volunteers26250
Number of highly compensated contractors000
Personnel
Anderson, Bennett
TitleTrusteeTRUSTEEDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personBENNETT BOYD ANDERSON JRBENNETT BOYD ANDERSON JRBENNETT BOYD ANDERSON JR
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Callecod, David
TitleTrustee/PresidentTRUSTEE/PRESIDENTDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personDAVID CALLECODDAVID CALLECODDAVID CALLECOD
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$237,726.00$238,025.00$238,614.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $902,814.00$1,244,305.00$1,177,776.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs45.0046.0046.00
Dialy, Geoff
Title  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - EX OFFICIO - PART YEAR
Name of key/compensated person  GEOFF DIALY
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  True
Average hours per week working for org  40.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $7,245.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $105,152.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Fenstermaker, Bill
Title  VICE CHAIRMAN
Name of key/compensated person  BILL FENSTERMAKER
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director  True
Average hours per week working for org  1.00
Reportable compensation from org  $0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs  $0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs   $0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  2.00
Fenstermaker, William
TitleVICE CHAIRMANVICE CHAIRMAN 
Name of key/compensated personwilliam FENSTERMAKERWILLIAM FENSTERMAKER 
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrue 
Average hours per week working for org1.001.00 
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00 
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00 
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00 
Average hours per week working for related orgs2.002.00 
Haynie, Randy
TitleSECRETARYSECRETARYSECRETARY
Name of key/compensated personRANDY HAYNIERANDY HAYNIERANDY HAYNIE
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Hilliard, Madlyn
TitleCHAIRMANCHAIRMANCHAIRMAN
Name of key/compensated personMADLYN HILLIARDMADLYN HILLIARDMADLYN HILLIARD
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Price, Arthur
TitleTREASURERTREASURERTREASURER
Name of key/compensated personARTHUR PRICEARTHUR PRICEARTHUR PRICE
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Quoyeser, Jared
TitleTrusteeTRUSTEEDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personJARED S QUOYESERJARED S QUOYESERJARED S QUOYESER
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or directorTrueTrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs2.00 0.00
Robinson, Cian
TitleEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - EX OFEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - EX OFEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - EX OFFICIO - PART YEAR
Name of key/compensated personCIAN ROBINSONCIAN ROBINSONCIAN ROBINSON
Position of compensated person
Current individual trustee or director TrueTrue
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$2,018.00$2,083.00$621.00
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $103,927.00$115,286.00$38,171.00
Average hours per week working for related orgs  0.00
Purpose: mission, activities, & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesTHE LAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH), ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED, NONPROFIT HEALTH SYSTEM. WE EXIST TO HELP FULFILL LGH'S MISSION, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH. OUR ROLE IS TO FIND AND CONNECT THE PIECES, PEOPLE AND PROCESSES WITH OUR RESOURCES, OUR SUPPORTERS AND OUR HEADS AND HEARTS. WITH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND DONORS, AND BY EAGERLY LISTENING TO OUR STAFF, PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY, WE HELP PROVIDE INNOVATIONS THAT TRANSFORM HOW CARE IS DELIVERED. WE FUNDRAISE, BOOST PROJECTS AND AIM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES, SATISFACTION AND CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL.THE LAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH), ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED, NONPROFIT HEALTH SYSTEM. WE EXIST TO HELP FULFILL LGH'S MISSION, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH. OUR ROLE IS TO FIND AND CONNECT THE PIECES, PEOPLE AND PROCESSES WITH OUR RESOURCES, OUR SUPPORTERS AND OUR HEADS AND HEARTS. WITH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND DONORS, AND BY EAGERLY LISTENING TO OUR STAFF, PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY, WE HELP PROVIDE INNOVATIONS THAT TRANSFORM HOW CARE IS DELIVERED. WE FUNDRAISE, BOOST PROJECTS AND AIM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES, SATISFACTION AND CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL.THE LAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH), ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED, NONPROFIT HEALTH SYSTEM. WE EXIST TO HELP FULFILL LGH'S MISSION, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH. OUR ROLE IS TO FIND AND CONNECT THE PIECES, PEOPLE AND PROCESSES WITH OUR RESOURCES, OUR SUPPORTERS AND OUR HEADS AND HEARTS. WITH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND DONORS, AND BY EAGERLY LISTENING TO OUR STAFF, PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY, WE HELP PROVIDE INNOVATIONS THAT TRANSFORM HOW CARE IS DELIVERED. WE FUNDRAISE, BOOST PROJECTS AND AIM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES, SATISFACTION AND CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL.
Program service expenses, total$579,350.00$527,246.00$532,812.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
LOCATED JUST OFF THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF LAFAYETTE GENERAL MEDICAL CENTER, LA PLACE DE VIE PROVIDES AN OUTDOOR SPACE FOR PATIENTS, FAMILIES, AND EMPLOYEES TO FIND FRESH AIR AND HOPE FOR HEALING. IT IS A PEACEFUL PLACE TO HOST FLAG-RAISING CEREMONIES THAT HONOR THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ORGAN DONORS AND THEIR FAMILIES. THE MONEY RAISED FROM LA PLACE DE VIE FURTHERS THE MISSION OF LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH, ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED HEALTH SYSTEM AND LARGEST NON-PROFIT, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN, AND IMPROVE HEALTH. THESE FUNDS ENABLE US TO INVEST IN NEW INNOVATIONS THAT ENHANCE OUR ABILITY TO DELIVER THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE TO YOU, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR COMMUNITY. LA PLACE DE VIE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO HONOR THE MEMORY OF YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH US WHILE INVESTING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY IN BUILDING A HEALTHIER FUTURE.
Program expenses  $210,988.00
Grants and allocations made  $210,988.00
Program description  LOCATED JUST OFF THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF LAFAYETTE GENERAL MEDICAL CENTER, LA PLACE DE VIE PROVIDES AN OUTDOOR SPACE FOR PATIENTS, FAMILIES, AND EMPLOYEES TO FIND FRESH AIR AND HOPE FOR HEALING. IT IS A PEACEFUL PLACE TO HOST FLAG-RAISING CEREMONIES THAT HONOR THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ORGAN DONORS AND THEIR FAMILIES. THE MONEY RAISED FROM LA PLACE DE VIE FURTHERS THE MISSION OF LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH, ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED HEALTH SYSTEM AND LARGEST NON-PROFIT, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN, AND IMPROVE HEALTH. THESE FUNDS ENABLE US TO INVEST IN NEW INNOVATIONS THAT ENHANCE OUR ABILITY TO DELIVER THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE TO YOU, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR COMMUNITY. LA PLACE DE VIE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO HONOR THE MEMORY OF YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH US WHILE INVESTING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY IN BUILDING A HEALTHIER FUTURE.
THE LAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH), ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED, NONPROFIT HEALTH SYSTEM. WE EXIST TO HELP FULFILL LGH'S MISSION, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH. OUR ROLE IS TO FIND AND CONNECT THE PIECES, PEOPLE AND PROCESSES WITH OUR RESOURCES, OUR SUPPORTERS AND OUR HEADS AND HEARTS. WITH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND DONORS, AND BY EAGERLY LISTENING TO OUR STAFF, PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY, WE HELP PROVIDE INNOVATIONS THAT TRANSFORM HOW CARE IS DELIVERED. WE FUNDRAISE, BOOST PROJECTS AND AIM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES SATISFACTION AND CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL.AAA EMPLOYEE FLOOD FUNDLAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION (LGF) ESTABLISHED THE AAA EMPLOYEE FLOOD FUND IN AUGUST OF 2016. THE FUND BENEFITED LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH) EMPLOYEES DIRECTLY IMPACTED BY THE HISTORIC FLOOD. WITHIN 60-DAYS, THE FOUNDATION RAISED $163,500 BENEFITING 111 LGH EMPLOYEES WHO LOST EVERYTHING IN THE FLOOD. LGF AND LGH PROVIDED $50,000 EACH IN MATCHING FUNDS; EVERY $1 RAISED WAS MATCHED WITH AN ADDITIONAL $2. THE AVERAGE AWARD EQUALED $1,500. KOMEN GRANT LGF WANTS PEOPLE IN ACADIANA TO HAVE THE BEST HEALTHCARE OPTIONS AVAILABLE WHEN MAKING MEDICAL DECISIONS. THE FOUNDATION SUPPLEMENTS THE RESOURCES OF LGH TO ENSURE PATIENTS RECEIVE HIGH QUALITY HEALTHCARE WITH INNOVATIVE EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CLOSE TO HOME. AS A RECIPIENT OF THE KOMEN ACADIANA GRANT, LGF PROVIDED A PATIENT NAVIGATOR AT UHC. THE PATIENT NAVIGATOR GUIDES PATIENTS THROUGH THEIR TREATMENT PROCESS AND EDUCATES THEM ON THE BEST TREATMENTS AVAILABLE TO THEM. UNDER KOMEN'S GRANT, ST. MARTIN HOSPITAL PROVIDES NO COST MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENINGS TO INCREASE PREVENTIVE MEASURES AND DIAGNOSE BREAST CANCER AT AN EARLIER STAGE. THE SCREENINGS INCREASE THE PATIENT'S CHANCE OF SURVIVING AND CREATES A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL. LAFAYETTE CENTRAL PARK FUND IN RESPONSE TO THE GRAND THEATRE SHOOTING ON JULY 23, 2015, LGH SOLD "LAFAYETTE STRONG" T-SHIRTS. FUNDS RAISED FROM THE T-SHIRT SALES WERE PLACED IN A RESTRICTED ACCOUNT WITHIN LGF. ALL OF THE PROCEEDS WERE DONATED TO LAFAYETTE CENTRAL PARK, A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION, TO AID IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A PLAYGROUND IN HONOR OF THE SHOOTING VICTIMS. THE FAMILY OF VICTIM JILLIAN JOHNSON REQUESTED A CONTRIBUTION BE MADE IN HER MEMORY TO THE PARK. SUBSEQUENTLY, A TOTAL OF $60,000 WAS RAISED DURING A TIME WHERE MATCHING MONIES WERE AVAILABLE, THUS DOUBLING THE CONTRIBUTION TO $120,000. MAYCI BREAUX SCHOLARSHIP FUND LGF ESTABLISHED THE MAYCI BREAUX SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN MEMORY OF MAYCI BREAUX, A RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY STUDENT WHOSE LIFE WAS TAKEN DURING THE GRAND THEATRE SHOOTING ON JULY 23, 2015. WHAT STARTED AS A $100 DONATION ONE DAY AFTER THE SHOOTING, FROM A RADIOLOGY TECHNICIAN IN MONTANA REACHED $25,000 IN LESS THAN ONE YEAR. DONATIONS TO THE FOUNDATION FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP, WITH THE COOPERATION OF MAYCI'S FAMILY, CAME FROM LGH EMPLOYEES, LOCAL BUSINESSES AND OTHER PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS. COMEDIAN AMY SCHUMER DOUBLED THE TOTAL DONATION TO $50,000. TWO SCHOLARSHIPS WERE AWARDED IN 2016 TO TWO WOMEN ENROLLED IN A RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM IN LOUISIANA WHOSE CUMULATIVE GPA WAS 3.5 OR ABOVE. OTHER AS THE HEALTH SYSTEM CONTINUES TO EXPAND, SO DOES ITS NEEDS. LGF SUPPORTS LGH AND IN DOING SO HAD ONE OF ITS MOST SUCCESSFUL YEARS TO DATE. A KEY COMPONENT OF WHAT MAKES THE FOUNDATION WORK IS DONATIONS. LGF PARTNERED WITH SOUTHERN EYE BANK AND LOUISIANA ORGAN PROCUREMENT AGENCY (LOPA) TO CELEBRATE THOSE WHO DONATED CORNEA, TISSUE AND ORGANS IN A CEREMONY AT LA PLACE DE VIE. DONATIONS ALSO HELPED THE FOUNDATION WITH MULTIPLEFUNDRAISING GALAS. THE HEALTHCARE HEROES OF ACADIANA GALA BENEFITED THE FOUNDATION'S GENERAL FUND, WHILE ACADIA GENERAL HOSPITAL'S GALA ASSISTED IN FUNDING AGH'S ER EXPANSION AND RENOVATION PROJECT. IN ADDITION, ST. MARTIN HOSPITAL HELD THEIR INAUGURAL FUNDRAISING EVENT BENEFITING THE HOSPITAL. OTHER EVENTS INCLUDED THE FOUNDATION'S CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC, IN SKILLED HANDS ART AUCTION AND COUNTLESS OTHERS THAT HELP FOSTER THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HEALTH SYSTEM AND THE COMMUNITY IT SERVES. IN TOTAL NEARLY $1.75 MILLION WAS RAISED IN THE SUPPORT OF LGH. THROUGH MULTIPLE FUNDS AND THE GENEROSITY OF OUR EMPLOYEES AND SUPPORTERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY, LGF WAS ABLE TO PROVIDE INNOVATIVE, GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGY TO HOSPITALS WITHIN THE HEALTH SYSTEM. TELEHEALTH FOR TOTS BROUGHT STATE-OF-THE-ART TELEMEDICINE SERVICES TO SCHOOLCHILDREN IN LOWER ST. MARTIN PARISH. NICVIEW CAMERAS ALLOWED NICU PARENTS TO SPEND TIME WITH THEIR BABIES FROM THE COMFORT OF THEIR OWN HOMES WITH STREAMING, REAL-TIME VIDEO OF THEIR INFANTS. THE NICU ALSO RECEIVED FOUR MAMAROO INFANT SEATS TO ROCK INFANTS.
Program expenses $527,246.00 
Grants and allocations made $342,687.00 
Program description THE LAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH), ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED, NONPROFIT HEALTH SYSTEM. WE EXIST TO HELP FULFILL LGH'S MISSION, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH. OUR ROLE IS TO FIND AND CONNECT THE PIECES, PEOPLE AND PROCESSES WITH OUR RESOURCES, OUR SUPPORTERS AND OUR HEADS AND HEARTS. WITH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND DONORS, AND BY EAGERLY LISTENING TO OUR STAFF, PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY, WE HELP PROVIDE INNOVATIONS THAT TRANSFORM HOW CARE IS DELIVERED. WE FUNDRAISE, BOOST PROJECTS AND AIM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES SATISFACTION AND CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL.AAA EMPLOYEE FLOOD FUNDLAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION (LGF) ESTABLISHED THE AAA EMPLOYEE FLOOD FUND IN AUGUST OF 2016. THE FUND BENEFITED LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH) EMPLOYEES DIRECTLY IMPACTED BY THE HISTORIC FLOOD. WITHIN 60-DAYS, THE FOUNDATION RAISED $163,500 BENEFITING 111 LGH EMPLOYEES WHO LOST EVERYTHING IN THE FLOOD. LGF AND LGH PROVIDED $50,000 EACH IN MATCHING FUNDS; EVERY $1 RAISED WAS MATCHED WITH AN ADDITIONAL $2. THE AVERAGE AWARD EQUALED $1,500. KOMEN GRANT LGF WANTS PEOPLE IN ACADIANA TO HAVE THE BEST HEALTHCARE OPTIONS AVAILABLE WHEN MAKING MEDICAL DECISIONS. THE FOUNDATION SUPPLEMENTS THE RESOURCES OF LGH TO ENSURE PATIENTS RECEIVE HIGH QUALITY HEALTHCARE WITH INNOVATIVE EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CLOSE TO HOME. AS A RECIPIENT OF THE KOMEN ACADIANA GRANT, LGF PROVIDED A PATIENT NAVIGATOR AT UHC. THE PATIENT NAVIGATOR GUIDES PATIENTS THROUGH THEIR TREATMENT PROCESS AND EDUCATES THEM ON THE BEST TREATMENTS AVAILABLE TO THEM. UNDER KOMEN'S GRANT, ST. MARTIN HOSPITAL PROVIDES NO COST MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENINGS TO INCREASE PREVENTIVE MEASURES AND DIAGNOSE BREAST CANCER AT AN EARLIER STAGE. THE SCREENINGS INCREASE THE PATIENT'S CHANCE OF SURVIVING AND CREATES A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL. LAFAYETTE CENTRAL PARK FUND IN RESPONSE TO THE GRAND THEATRE SHOOTING ON JULY 23, 2015, LGH SOLD "LAFAYETTE STRONG" T-SHIRTS. FUNDS RAISED FROM THE T-SHIRT SALES WERE PLACED IN A RESTRICTED ACCOUNT WITHIN LGF. ALL OF THE PROCEEDS WERE DONATED TO LAFAYETTE CENTRAL PARK, A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION, TO AID IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A PLAYGROUND IN HONOR OF THE SHOOTING VICTIMS. THE FAMILY OF VICTIM JILLIAN JOHNSON REQUESTED A CONTRIBUTION BE MADE IN HER MEMORY TO THE PARK. SUBSEQUENTLY, A TOTAL OF $60,000 WAS RAISED DURING A TIME WHERE MATCHING MONIES WERE AVAILABLE, THUS DOUBLING THE CONTRIBUTION TO $120,000. MAYCI BREAUX SCHOLARSHIP FUND LGF ESTABLISHED THE MAYCI BREAUX SCHOLARSHIP FUND IN MEMORY OF MAYCI BREAUX, A RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY STUDENT WHOSE LIFE WAS TAKEN DURING THE GRAND THEATRE SHOOTING ON JULY 23, 2015. WHAT STARTED AS A $100 DONATION ONE DAY AFTER THE SHOOTING, FROM A RADIOLOGY TECHNICIAN IN MONTANA REACHED $25,000 IN LESS THAN ONE YEAR. DONATIONS TO THE FOUNDATION FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP, WITH THE COOPERATION OF MAYCI'S FAMILY, CAME FROM LGH EMPLOYEES, LOCAL BUSINESSES AND OTHER PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS. COMEDIAN AMY SCHUMER DOUBLED THE TOTAL DONATION TO $50,000. TWO SCHOLARSHIPS WERE AWARDED IN 2016 TO TWO WOMEN ENROLLED IN A RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM IN LOUISIANA WHOSE CUMULATIVE GPA WAS 3.5 OR ABOVE. OTHER AS THE HEALTH SYSTEM CONTINUES TO EXPAND, SO DOES ITS NEEDS. LGF SUPPORTS LGH AND IN DOING SO HAD ONE OF ITS MOST SUCCESSFUL YEARS TO DATE. A KEY COMPONENT OF WHAT MAKES THE FOUNDATION WORK IS DONATIONS. LGF PARTNERED WITH SOUTHERN EYE BANK AND LOUISIANA ORGAN PROCUREMENT AGENCY (LOPA) TO CELEBRATE THOSE WHO DONATED CORNEA, TISSUE AND ORGANS IN A CEREMONY AT LA PLACE DE VIE. DONATIONS ALSO HELPED THE FOUNDATION WITH MULTIPLEFUNDRAISING GALAS. THE HEALTHCARE HEROES OF ACADIANA GALA BENEFITED THE FOUNDATION'S GENERAL FUND, WHILE ACADIA GENERAL HOSPITAL'S GALA ASSISTED IN FUNDING AGH'S ER EXPANSION AND RENOVATION PROJECT. IN ADDITION, ST. MARTIN HOSPITAL HELD THEIR INAUGURAL FUNDRAISING EVENT BENEFITING THE HOSPITAL. OTHER EVENTS INCLUDED THE FOUNDATION'S CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC, IN SKILLED HANDS ART AUCTION AND COUNTLESS OTHERS THAT HELP FOSTER THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HEALTH SYSTEM AND THE COMMUNITY IT SERVES. IN TOTAL NEARLY $1.75 MILLION WAS RAISED IN THE SUPPORT OF LGH. THROUGH MULTIPLE FUNDS AND THE GENEROSITY OF OUR EMPLOYEES AND SUPPORTERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY, LGF WAS ABLE TO PROVIDE INNOVATIVE, GROUNDBREAKING TECHNOLOGY TO HOSPITALS WITHIN THE HEALTH SYSTEM. TELEHEALTH FOR TOTS BROUGHT STATE-OF-THE-ART TELEMEDICINE SERVICES TO SCHOOLCHILDREN IN LOWER ST. MARTIN PARISH. NICVIEW CAMERAS ALLOWED NICU PARENTS TO SPEND TIME WITH THEIR BABIES FROM THE COMFORT OF THEIR OWN HOMES WITH STREAMING, REAL-TIME VIDEO OF THEIR INFANTS. THE NICU ALSO RECEIVED FOUR MAMAROO INFANT SEATS TO ROCK INFANTS. 
THE ST. MARTIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD LAUNCHED ITS FIRST TELEMEDICINE CLINIC, CALLED "TELEHEALTH FOR TOTS," TO PROVIDE EASIER MEDICAL ACCESS FOR STUDENTS AT RURAL LOCATIONS. A RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY WAS HELD DECEMBER 4 AT THE SCHOOL-BASED CLINIC AT ST. MARTINVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. THE FIRST SCHOOL SERVED BY TELEMEDICINE IS STEPHENSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN LOWER ST. MARTIN PARISH. BY PARTNERING WITH LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH, TELEMEDICINE PROVIDES STUDENTS ACCESS TO MEDICAL CARE WITHOUT HAVING TO LEAVE SCHOOL, ELIMINATING THE NEED FOR PHYSICAL TRANSPORT. STUDENTS RECEIVE A MEDICAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION THROUGH AN AUDIO AND VISUAL LINK WITH THE CLINIC AT ST. MARTINVILLE ELEMENTARY.IN ADDITION TO THE ST. MARTIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD PROJECT, THE PROJECT WITHIN THE LAFAYETTE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM WAS CONTINUED AND EXTENDED. ALONG WITH OSSUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RECEIVING TELEMEDICINE SERVICES, THE REMAINING PORTION OF THE CARENCRO DISTRICT HAS BEEN COVERED INCLUDING LIVE OAKS ELEMENTARY, CARENCRO HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY, AND CARENCRO HIGH SCHOOL. THIS EXTENSION NOW ALLOWS US TO COVER STUDENTS IN GRADES K-12.
Program expenses  $50,000.00
Grants and allocations made  $50,000.00
Program description  THE ST. MARTIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD LAUNCHED ITS FIRST TELEMEDICINE CLINIC, CALLED "TELEHEALTH FOR TOTS," TO PROVIDE EASIER MEDICAL ACCESS FOR STUDENTS AT RURAL LOCATIONS. A RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY WAS HELD DECEMBER 4 AT THE SCHOOL-BASED CLINIC AT ST. MARTINVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. THE FIRST SCHOOL SERVED BY TELEMEDICINE IS STEPHENSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN LOWER ST. MARTIN PARISH. BY PARTNERING WITH LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH, TELEMEDICINE PROVIDES STUDENTS ACCESS TO MEDICAL CARE WITHOUT HAVING TO LEAVE SCHOOL, ELIMINATING THE NEED FOR PHYSICAL TRANSPORT. STUDENTS RECEIVE A MEDICAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION THROUGH AN AUDIO AND VISUAL LINK WITH THE CLINIC AT ST. MARTINVILLE ELEMENTARY.IN ADDITION TO THE ST. MARTIN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD PROJECT, THE PROJECT WITHIN THE LAFAYETTE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM WAS CONTINUED AND EXTENDED. ALONG WITH OSSUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RECEIVING TELEMEDICINE SERVICES, THE REMAINING PORTION OF THE CARENCRO DISTRICT HAS BEEN COVERED INCLUDING LIVE OAKS ELEMENTARY, CARENCRO HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY, AND CARENCRO HIGH SCHOOL. THIS EXTENSION NOW ALLOWS US TO COVER STUDENTS IN GRADES K-12.
The Lafayette General Foundation was created to support Lafayette general health (LGH), Acadiana's only community-owned, nonprofit health system. We exist to help fulfill LGH's mission, to restore, maintain and improve health. Our role is to find and connect the pieces, people and processes with our resources, our supporters and our heads and hearts. With the generosity of our supporters and donors, and by eagerly listening to our staff, patients and our community, we help provide innovations that transform how care is delivered. We fundraise, boost projects and aim to improve outcomes satisfaction and create a healthier future for all.PROGRAM SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:School Based Telemedicine Program South Louisiana Telehealth NetworkThe overarching goal of the South Louisiana Telehealth Network initiative is an efficient and effective access to a continuum of healthcare. Lafayette General Health and its collaborative partners will address limited access to medical care, poor health outcomes, and the training of registered nurses across South Louisiana through an expanded telehealth network that serves public schools, community college campuses, and other government agencies with vulnerable populations in multiple parishes (counties) across South Louisiana. The expansion of South Louisiana Telehealth Network from pilot to fully integrated network will improve health and academic outcomes, overall community health, and address an area-wide RN deficit in South Louisiana. South Louisiana Telehealth Network is being expanded through several projects throughout multiple parishes with various funding sources. This structure allows South Louisiana Telehealth Network to expand in across South Louisiana and with varying populations as funding is obtained. The Rural Expansion of the South Louisiana Telehealth Network (Project RX) will install telehealth units at 34 sites in South Louisiana.Acadia General Hospital ER Capital Campaign and Telemedicine ProgramAcadia General Hospital is an acute care hospital located in the heart of Acadia Parish, serving a population of nearly 63,000. The hospital was originally established in 1912 due to the needs of the community with 15 patient rooms and has now evolved to 140 bed full service acute care hospital. In 2014, Acadia General Hospital transitioned to become a part of Lafayette General Health System to strengthen its ability to provide services to the community. Acadia General Hospital has embarked upon a comprehensive and innovative approach to telemedicine to support their mission to serve all the residents of Acadia Parish. In 2015, the hospital pioneered a telemedicine hospitalist program which was the first rural program of its kind in the state. Since its inception, Acadia General Hospital has expanded this program to include cardiology and psychiatry specialties with plans to continue to add new services. In addition, the Emergency Room is undergoing a $4M reconstruction, or which the Foundation is responsible for $2M in fundraising. To date $1M of the $2M has been raised and construction has started.Komen GrantLGF wants people in Acadiana to have the best healthcare options available when making medical decisions. The foundation supplements the resources of LGH to ensure patients receive high quality healthcare with innovative equipment and technology close to home. As a recipient of the Komen Acadiana grant, LGF provided a patient navigator at UHC. The patient navigator guides patients through their treatment process and educates them on the best treatments available to them. Under Komen's grant, St. Martin Hospital provides no cost mammography screenings to increase preventive measures and diagnose breast cancer at an earlier stage. The screenings increase the patient's chance of surviving and creates a healthier future for all.LGMC Chapel CampaignFor over 50 years, LGMC's Pastoral Care staff has conducted some of our most important work. And while healthcare delivery has greatly advanced at LGMC, the space where Pastoral Care operates has not changed. This is why we are seeking your help; to renovate and expand the chapel and offices of Pastoral Care so they can support the ever-growing patient population of LGMC. The Chapel, in use 24/7, can no longer serve as a location for daily and Sunday masses/services, as it is only able to accommodate 20 individuals; the need is to serve 40+ individuals. In addition to patient and employees, the Chapel also serves the community immediately surrounding LGMC. Parishioners who reside in the Girard Park area, as well as Bendel Gardens, use the Chapel as their primary place of worship.$600,000 has been raised toward the $1M project. In order to accommodate LGMC's growing patient population, the Pastoral Care Offices need to expand from 400 sq. ft. to 1,100 sq. ft. The Chapel needs to expand from 300 sq. ft. to 600 sq. ft. to accommodate daily services. Pastoral care to 20,000+ individuals and their families.OtherAs the health system continues to expand, so does its needs. LGF supports LGH and in doing so had one of its most successful years to date.A key component of what makes the foundation work is donations. LGF partnered with southern eye bank and Louisiana organ procurement agency (LOPA) to celebrate those who donated cornea, tissue and organs in a ceremony at La Place de vie. Donations also helped the foundation with multiple fundraising galas. The healthcare heroes of Acadiana gala benefited the foundation's general fund, while Acadia General Hospital's gala assisted in funding AGH's ER expansion and renovation project. In addition, St. Martin hospital held their own fundraising event benefiting the hospital. Other events included the foundation's charity golf classic, NICU reunion, gumbo cook-off and countless others that help foster the relationship between the health system and the community it serves.
Program expenses$579,350.00 $203,633.00
Grants and allocations made$278,404.00 $0.00
Program descriptionThe Lafayette General Foundation was created to support Lafayette general health (LGH), Acadiana's only community-owned, nonprofit health system. We exist to help fulfill LGH's mission, to restore, maintain and improve health. Our role is to find and connect the pieces, people and processes with our resources, our supporters and our heads and hearts. With the generosity of our supporters and donors, and by eagerly listening to our staff, patients and our community, we help provide innovations that transform how care is delivered. We fundraise, boost projects and aim to improve outcomes satisfaction and create a healthier future for all.PROGRAM SERVICE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:School Based Telemedicine Program South Louisiana Telehealth NetworkThe overarching goal of the South Louisiana Telehealth Network initiative is an efficient and effective access to a continuum of healthcare. Lafayette General Health and its collaborative partners will address limited access to medical care, poor health outcomes, and the training of registered nurses across South Louisiana through an expanded telehealth network that serves public schools, community college campuses, and other government agencies with vulnerable populations in multiple parishes (counties) across South Louisiana. The expansion of South Louisiana Telehealth Network from pilot to fully integrated network will improve health and academic outcomes, overall community health, and address an area-wide RN deficit in South Louisiana. South Louisiana Telehealth Network is being expanded through several projects throughout multiple parishes with various funding sources. This structure allows South Louisiana Telehealth Network to expand in across South Louisiana and with varying populations as funding is obtained. The Rural Expansion of the South Louisiana Telehealth Network (Project RX) will install telehealth units at 34 sites in South Louisiana.Acadia General Hospital ER Capital Campaign and Telemedicine ProgramAcadia General Hospital is an acute care hospital located in the heart of Acadia Parish, serving a population of nearly 63,000. The hospital was originally established in 1912 due to the needs of the community with 15 patient rooms and has now evolved to 140 bed full service acute care hospital. In 2014, Acadia General Hospital transitioned to become a part of Lafayette General Health System to strengthen its ability to provide services to the community. Acadia General Hospital has embarked upon a comprehensive and innovative approach to telemedicine to support their mission to serve all the residents of Acadia Parish. In 2015, the hospital pioneered a telemedicine hospitalist program which was the first rural program of its kind in the state. Since its inception, Acadia General Hospital has expanded this program to include cardiology and psychiatry specialties with plans to continue to add new services. In addition, the Emergency Room is undergoing a $4M reconstruction, or which the Foundation is responsible for $2M in fundraising. To date $1M of the $2M has been raised and construction has started.Komen GrantLGF wants people in Acadiana to have the best healthcare options available when making medical decisions. The foundation supplements the resources of LGH to ensure patients receive high quality healthcare with innovative equipment and technology close to home. As a recipient of the Komen Acadiana grant, LGF provided a patient navigator at UHC. The patient navigator guides patients through their treatment process and educates them on the best treatments available to them. Under Komen's grant, St. Martin Hospital provides no cost mammography screenings to increase preventive measures and diagnose breast cancer at an earlier stage. The screenings increase the patient's chance of surviving and creates a healthier future for all.LGMC Chapel CampaignFor over 50 years, LGMC's Pastoral Care staff has conducted some of our most important work. And while healthcare delivery has greatly advanced at LGMC, the space where Pastoral Care operates has not changed. This is why we are seeking your help; to renovate and expand the chapel and offices of Pastoral Care so they can support the ever-growing patient population of LGMC. The Chapel, in use 24/7, can no longer serve as a location for daily and Sunday masses/services, as it is only able to accommodate 20 individuals; the need is to serve 40+ individuals. In addition to patient and employees, the Chapel also serves the community immediately surrounding LGMC. Parishioners who reside in the Girard Park area, as well as Bendel Gardens, use the Chapel as their primary place of worship.$600,000 has been raised toward the $1M project. In order to accommodate LGMC's growing patient population, the Pastoral Care Offices need to expand from 400 sq. ft. to 1,100 sq. ft. The Chapel needs to expand from 300 sq. ft. to 600 sq. ft. to accommodate daily services. Pastoral care to 20,000+ individuals and their families.OtherAs the health system continues to expand, so does its needs. LGF supports LGH and in doing so had one of its most successful years to date.A key component of what makes the foundation work is donations. LGF partnered with southern eye bank and Louisiana organ procurement agency (LOPA) to celebrate those who donated cornea, tissue and organs in a ceremony at La Place de vie. Donations also helped the foundation with multiple fundraising galas. The healthcare heroes of Acadiana gala benefited the foundation's general fund, while Acadia General Hospital's gala assisted in funding AGH's ER expansion and renovation project. In addition, St. Martin hospital held their own fundraising event benefiting the hospital. Other events included the foundation's charity golf classic, NICU reunion, gumbo cook-off and countless others that help foster the relationship between the health system and the community it serves. EXPENDITURES TO SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION'S MISSION. THE LAFAYETTE GENERAL FOUNDATION WAS CREATED TO SUPPORT LAFAYETTE GENERAL HEALTH (LGH), ACADIANA'S ONLY COMMUNITY-OWNED, NONPROFIT HEALTH SYSTEM. WE EXIST TO HELP FULFILL LGH'S MISSION, TO RESTORE, MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH. OUR ROLE IS TO FIND AND CONNECT THE PIECES, PEOPLE AND PROCESSES WITH OUR RESOURCES, OUR SUPPORTERS AND OUR HEADS AND HEARTS. WITH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SUPPORTERS AND DONORS, AND BY EAGERLY LISTENING TO OUR STAFF, PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY, WE HELP PROVIDE INNOVATIONS THAT TRANSFORM HOW CARE IS DELIVERED. WE FUNDRAISE, BOOST PROJECTS AND AIM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES SATISFACTION AND CREATE A HEALTHIER FUTURE FOR ALL.
Financial data
Revenue
Total revenue$2,651,581.00$2,743,168.00$1,573,494.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$2,796,718.00$2,941,318.00$1,758,396.00
Revenue from noncash contributions$485,000.00$10,162.00 
Investment income, current yr$36,126.00$4,277.00$2,075.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$2,796,718.00$2,941,318.00$1,758,396.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr-$181,263.00-$202,427.00-$186,977.00
Net unrelated business taxable revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Program service revenue (total)  $0.00
Gross receipts$2,821,550.00$2,946,888.00$1,760,762.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from fundraising events$488,760.00$599,670.00$436,409.00
Contributions from related organizations$1,054,050.00$264,020.00$1,079,001.00
Revenue from all other contributions$1,253,908.00$2,077,628.00$242,986.00
Other types of revenue
Miscellaneous revenue (total)-$4,264.00  
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$29,096.00$5,570.00$2,366.00
Net rental income  $0.00
Net income from fundraising events-$176,999.00-$202,427.00-$186,977.00
Expense categories (totals)
Total functional expenses: sum of all$880,296.00$711,804.00$736,439.00
Total functional expenses: program service $579,350.00$527,246.00$532,812.00
Total functional expenses: management and general$150,472.00$92,279.00$101,813.00
Total functional expenses: fundraising$150,474.00$92,279.00$101,814.00
Fees for services
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
General management fees (total)  $100,206.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$5,628,694.00$3,346,189.00$1,327,822.00
Total assets, beginning of year$3,346,189.00$1,327,822.00 
Total liabilities$48,879.00$128,519.00$504,000.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$128,519.00$504,000.00 
Unrestricted net assets, end of yr$0.00$1,353,000.00$558,463.00
Temporarily restricted net assets$5,579,815.00$1,864,670.00$265,359.00
Net assets$5,579,815.00$3,217,670.00$823,822.00
Net assets, beginning of year$3,217,670.00$823,822.00 
Other liabilities$17,105.00$57,733.00$454,236.00
Other assets$4,288.00$4,826.00$2,326.00
Investments: other securities$2,245,736.00$1,000,000.00 
Cash: non-interest bearing$831,859.00$2,002,262.00$1,027,414.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$2,002,262.00$1,027,414.00 
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses$1,771,285.00$2,031,364.00$837,055.00
Advertising (total)$61,295.00$27,337.00$50,660.00
Savings & temp cash investment$2,060,277.00$339,101.00$298,082.00
Accounts receivable, net$7,638.00  
Accounts payable & accrued expenses$31,774.00$70,786.00$49,764.00
Total net assets or fund balances$5,579,815.00$3,217,670.00$823,822.00
Depreciation, depletion, amortization$6,104.00  
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members777
Number of independent voting members655
Financial sheets auditedTrueTrueTrue
Audit on consolidated basisTrueTrueTrue
Accrual accountingTrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2016-10-012015-10-012014-10-01
Tax year end date2017-09-012016-09-012015-09-01
Indicators for schedules (selected)
Business transaction with family member  True
LobbiedTrueTrueTrue
Grants to domestic org/gov't >$5kTrueTrueTrue
Metadata about the filing
E-return type: 990, 990EZ, or 990PF990990990
Reason for form submission
First filing  True
Date e-filing submitted2018-09-242018-02-012016-08-02
IRS schema version2016v3.02015v3.02014v6.0
Filing identifier201802139349301560201721679349300927201631339349303178
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