Where it all started
Formerly known as Wyoming Medical Center Foundation, we were founded in 1977 to support the needs of the hospital. Following WMC’s affiliation with Banner Health, we’ve converted to a private health foundation, and grown in both size and mission. As part of this growth, we have developed a new identity: Natrona Collective Health Trust.
In addition to continued support for Wyoming Medical Center, Natrona Collective Health Trust is committed to providing unwavering support to the community and Natrona County nonprofits through trust-based philanthropy, reliable resources, and actionable change. By using an inclusive, community-based approach to our services, resources, and allocations, we aim to address health challenges at the root of the issue.
Meet our staff
Each NCHT team member is committed to building a strong foundation and a thriving community by working together.
Meet our board
Guided by transparency, our board members believe that by using an inclusive, community-based approach to our services, resources, and allocations, we can address health challenges at the root of the issue.
While inclusivity drives our work in the community, it’s also an important value we uphold within our governing board. Our 2023 board of directors is proud to be comprised of diverse members. 56% of our board identifies as female and 44% identify as male, two identify as people of color and one as LGBTQ+. As required in our Bylaws, each member is a resident of Natrona County and of the nine-member governed Board of Directors, seven are appointed by the board itself and two are appointed by the County Commission.
Interested in joining our board? Reach out to Beth Worthen for future opportunities.
NCHT by the numbers
Natrona Collective Health Trust aims to champion the community through inclusivity and transparency. Open communication and acting with integrity means making our work available to the community.
Community partners contributed to our strategy
Over $7.9 million
Grant money allocated
to nonprofit partners
Nonprofit partners supported through grants