Dianna Wichman currently lives in Great Falls, Montana. She works at the Great Falls Clinic as the Supply Chain Supervisor. Dianna first heard about the Legacy Foundation at her place of work, and she started donating in 2020. When asked what inspired her to donate, she responded, “[I wanted] to make a contribution to honor my son’s memory.”
Dianna also shared what she enjoys helping families in need during difficult times. She is passionate about making sure that families have one less thing to worry about. “I think [the Harold & Carmen Poulsen Legacy Housing Facility] will be a wonderful addition to our community.” Dianna shared, “[I] give kudos to all of those that have made this a possibility for our community.”
At the Great Falls Clinic Legacy Foundation, employee giving is one of our fastest-growing avenues for donations. In 2020, the Foundation quadrupled its payroll deductions, which are automatically withdrawn by Human Resources and directed to the Legacy Foundation. The amount can be set for however much or however long the donor would like it to give. In 2020, the majority of donations via payroll deductions were within a $5-$10 price range. Payroll deductions can also be used to pay for fundraising projects, and several employees choose to donate for special events throughout the year this way. To learn more about employee giving, contact Audrey Phillips at (406) 216-8057 or email@example.com.