Fletcher Allen Exceeds $3.8 Million Fund Raising Goal
Fletcher Allen's Foundation Board and Development staff recently celebrated a successful year, with the organization surpassing its FY12 goal of $3.8 million – raising $3,905,212, a 24 percent increase over FY11. These funds go to support many important services, including research into cancer and heart rhythm abnormalities, children's services, psychiatric care, cardiology testing and many other programs.
"We are truly fortunate to be surrounded by a giving community that continues to support this organization and the patients and families we serve during these uncertain economic times," said John Brumsted, M.D., president and chief executive officer. "We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has given to Fletcher Allen over the past year. We know there are many pressing needs out there. Your generosity is truly extraordinary, and makes it possible for us to provide our community with the highest levels of care and service every day."
Foundation Board members and contributors, Fletcher Allen trustees, senior leaders and Development staff marked the year's end with a reception in early September. The group also formally welcomed University of Vermont President Tom Sullivan and his wife Leslie Black Sullivan, who attended the gathering. President Sullivan assumed his role as the 26th UVM president in July, coming from the University of Minnesota, where he served as senior vice president for academic affairs and provost.
In This Issue
- Fletcher Allen Exceeds $3.8 Million Fund Raising Goal
- Evslin Family Makes Major Gift for Heart Research; Encourages Others to Give
- Bequest from Morrisville Woman's Estate Funds Medical Research
- Annual Fund Supports Efforts to Help Determine Suicide Risk
- Cardiac Patient Grateful for Expert Care with Human Touch
- 23rd Annual Golf Tournament Raises $75,000 for Vermont Children's Hospital
- Young Fairway Fundraiser Brings in $1,600 for Vermont Children's
- Fletcher Allen, UVM Runners Raise Funds for Cancer Rehabilitation Program
- Wake Robin Residents Learn About Integrated Delivery System
- Register Now: Fletcher Allen Hosts Health Care Reform Forum on October 24
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