A Letter from Our Foundation Chair & Executive Director
Welcome to GIVING
In this first issue of the New Year, we have a great deal to share with you and much to look forward to. 2013 will bring new opportunities and challenges as we continue to grow our philanthropic efforts to benefit patients and community. Your generosity and support makes this possible, enabling us to provide the highest quality of medical care and research.
In December, as many of you know, we bid farewell to Natalie Fleischman, our vice president for Development. Natalie and her family are off to the West Coast where she has joined Stanford University's Medical Center Development team. This is a wonderful opportunity for Natalie and we wish her all the best. On the home front, we are pleased to welcome Ted Winfield as our Interim Director of Development as we search for a new, permanent Vice President of Development.
Here are a few highlights from this issue:
- Fletcher Allen releases its 2012 Highlights of the Year report. The report provides a snapshot of Fletcher Allen's initiatives and achievements over the past year — from health care reform to heart research to philanthropy.
- Big Change Roundup Bandits hit the saddle to round up spare change for Vermont Children's Hospital. This is our largest fundraising event of the year and we're off to a great start. It's not too late to join up!
- A Vermont couple shares their story about the gift of their son and the amazing care they received from the team in Infertility and Reproductive Medicine at Fletcher Allen.
I hope you enjoy reading these stories and thank you for helping us continue the tradition of philanthropy established by Mary Fletcher and Fanny Allen many years ago — in service to the patient, community and medicine.
In This Issue
- Welcome to GIVING
- Interim Director of Development Appointed
- Fletcher Allen Highlights of the Year
- Big Change Bandits Back in the Saddle
- New Event Specialists Join Foundation Team
- Couple Grateful for Personal, Compassionate Care
- CVPH Medical Center and Elizabethtown Community Hospital Join Fletcher Allen Partners
- Fletcher Allen Receives Major Gift in Honor of Frank Ittleman, M.D.
- Join Team Fletcher Allen for the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon
- Golf Tournament Registration Open, Sponsorships Available
- 98 Miles Foundation Donates $85,000 to Vermont Children's Hospital
- Kohl's Department Store Supports Pediatric Injury Prevention
- How to Reach Foundation Staff
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