The kick-off event for the Crozer Employee Campaign – The Extreme Makeover - The Crozer Edition – is set for Oct. 17. The five-week campaign will support improvements to Crozer’s environment of care through the renovation of 200 rooms and upgrades to hallway areas. These renovations will create the comfortable environment that our patients, family, friends and neighbors deserve. Our campaign goal is $325,000 and 100 percent staff participation. Every gift counts! Please join our campaign chairs: Sharon Dargay, Grant Gegwich, Kathy Lehman, Mark Mitchell, Mark Mungan, and Bob Reeder for the Oct. 17 event.
Planned Giving Corner
A charitable gift through your estate communicates to your family and the community just how important the mission of our healthcare system was to you during your lifetime.
The following wording is an example of how simply you can designate your gift.
“I give, devise, and bequeath to the Delco Memorial/ Crozer-Chester Foundation, a Pennsylvania not-for-profit corporation, the sum of $_________ (or a description of the specific asset), for the benefit of the Delco Memorial Foundation and/or the Crozer -Chester Foundation for its general purposes.”
Please consult your attorney to properly add the Foundation to your will. For more information, please contact Stephen P. Sullivan, Vice President and Executive Director of the Delco Memorial and Crozer-Chester Foundations at 610-447-6112 or Stephen.email@example.com
Sean Curry 5K Run
Carol Curry, second from left, presents a check to,
left to right, Steve Sullivan, vice president of the
Foundations; Marie DeStefano, administrative
director of Oncology for Crozer-Keystone; and
Patrick Gavin, president of Crozer-Chester Medical
Center and senior vice president of Hospital
Operations for Crozer-Keystone.
The first Sean Curry Grey Ribbon Crusade 5K Walk/Run was held on May 12 at Ridley Creek State Park. The inaugural event, which supports patients and families who are battling brain tumors, raised $3,000 for the Crozer Regional Cancer Center. For more information, visit www.seancurry5krun.org.
Heel the Burn
Present at the check presentation were, left to right,
Jessica Casamento, special events manager for the
Crozer-Chester Foundation; Patrick Gavin, president
of Crozer and senior vice president of Hospital
Operations for Crozer-Keystone; Jackie Roberts,
event organizer and former burn patient; Megan
Stair-Buchmann, R.N., B.S.N., C.C.R.N., burn
research nurse for the Burn Center; and Cynthia L.
Reigart, RN, B.S.N., clinical nursing director of the
The 3rd Annual “Heel the Burn” Walk/Run was held on Saturday, June 9 at the Williamstown High/Middle School Track in Williamstown, N.J. This year’s event raised a $5,240 for the Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/heeltheburn.
Girl’s Night Out to be Held on Oct. 8
Over the last 14 years, “Girl’s Night Out,” has raised over half a million dollars to battle breast cancer in Delaware County. Proceeds from this annual event have benefited Crozer-Keystone Cancer Services.
In 2011, more than 800 women attended the event with net proceeds of nearly $60,000 presented to the staff of the Crozer Regional Cancer Center. Organized under the meticulous eye of Mena Dabbundo, “Girls Night Out,” is planned by a small army of loyal and dedicated volunteers. The evening features a spectacular fashion show spotlighting the clothes of a local boutique. Women bid on both live and silent auction items donated by local businesses and individuals.
For more information, visit the www.girlsnightoutmedia.com or call (610) 565-5155. Donations will be accepted until the end of the 2012 calendar year.