Memorial Health Foundation raised nearly $400,000 on Giving Tuesday
Memorial Health Foundation is proud to announce the success of its Giving Tuesday campaign, driven by support from the community and sponsors. With an impressive 250 generous donors coming together, the campaign raised a total of $398,544.
Jarrett Stull, Executive Director of Memorial Health Foundation, expressed his gratitude in response to the campaign’s success. “The outpouring of support we received from our sponsors has made an incredible impact on our mission to provide world-class healthcare services to individuals in our community regardless of their ability to pay.”
Throughout the day, local companies generously sponsored Power Hours and offered matching gifts, doubling the impact of every donation. Memorial Health Foundation would like to thank Morrison, Inc., Marietta Welfare League, Peoples Bank, Southeastern Ohio Credit Union, and West Virginia Central Federal Credit Union for their leadership in issuing challenges for our community to rally around.
David Haas, President of Morrison, Inc., also offered his thoughts on the campaign’s success, stating, “We are proud to have been part of Memorial Health Foundation’s Giving Tuesday campaign. It’s heartwarming to see how our community comes together to support such a vital cause. The impact of these collective efforts is truly remarkable.”
All the funds raised during the day play a vital role in supporting Memorial Health Foundation’s 30+ patient-centered caring initiatives. These initiatives are designed to enhance healthcare services and improve the lives of countless individuals in the community.
Scott Cantley, President and CEO of Memorial Health System extended his appreciation by stating: “The exceptional support from our community during Giving Tuesday has been extraordinary. It underscores our shared commitment to enhancing healthcare in the region. We are thankful for the generosity of our community and their unwavering support.”
“We received a great surprise from Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Company and the Spartan Foundation when Jason Lewis, president of Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Company, delivered a $100,000 check to support the development of the region’s first-ever Women and Children’s Hospital we announced earlier this summer,” Cantley said. “This leadership gift on Giving Tuesday will help bring new and enhanced women and pediatric care to our community.”
In the spirit of continued generosity, Memorial Health Foundation welcomes further contributions to the Giving Tuesday campaign. The Foundation extends an open invitation to all who wish to join in supporting their mission of enhancing healthcare services in the community. Individuals interested in making a difference can visit mhsystem.org/GivingTuesday or call (740) 374-4913 to make their gift.
Memorial Health Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, has been dedicated to building a healthier community through education, special patient assistance funds, charity care, state-of-the-art medical equipment, and funding to areas where the need is greatest throughout the Memorial Health System and our community.