Fletcher Allen Receives $13 Million Gift from Bob and Holly Miller
Fletcher Allen has received the largest gift in its history from Vermont philanthropists Bob and Holly Miller of Burlington. The Millers are donating Holly Court, a 15-acre commercial site in Williston valued at $13 million. The gift was announced at a May 2 press conference.
"We are extremely grateful to the Millers for this very generous donation," said John Brumsted, M.D., president and chief executive officer at Fletcher Allen. "With this gift, the Millers have demonstrated a huge commitment to Fletcher Allen and to its future. This valuable asset opens up a myriad of opportunities for us, including relocation of some non-clinical functions."
"Our association with Fletcher Allen goes back decades," said Bob Miller. "Holly and I are very pleased to be able to make this gift to help provide flexibility in Fletcher Allen's overall facilities planning."
The Millers have been strong supporters of the hospital and academic medical center since the early 1980s when they became involved with the Children's Miracle Network Telethon. They have also made significant contributions to major facilities projects at Fletcher Allen over the past several decades, and Holly Miller is a founding member of the Fletcher Allen Foundation Board.
In This Issue
- Fletcher Allen Receives $13 Million Gift from Bob and Holly Miller
- Big Change Roundup Raises Over $200K
- 2013 Children's Miracle Network Champion Full of Spirit and Smiles
- Angel Club Encourages Support for Cardiovascular Research
- Restaurants, Beverage Distributors Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Care
- Join Team Fletcher Allen for the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon
- Golf Tournament Registration Open, Sponsorships Available
- How to Reach Foundation Staff
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