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Cribs for Kids
The annual Chichester Business Association Run/Walk was held on June 22. Proceeds from this race/walk benefited the SIDS of PA and the "Cribs for Kids" programs, which provide underserved families with education, awareness and cribs to help curtail infant deaths and injury resulting from an infant's sleeping environment.

Crozer-Keystone partners with the national Cribs for Kids program to serve those in need in Delaware County. The money raised is donated in memory of David Angelo Cruz, the son of a Collingdale couple who passed away from SIDS in 2008.

Heel the Burn
Jackie Roberts made a decision to give back. During the summer of 2008, Roberts spent almost five days in the Nathan Speare Regional Burn Center as a burn patient. Grateful for the excellent care she received and as a celebration to burn survivors, Roberts decided to create the Heel the Burn 5K Run/1M Walk. The 3rd annual event was held on Saturday, June 9, in Williamstown, N.J.  More than 150 people participated to help raise $5,240 for the Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center.

Planned Giving Corner: Join the Heritage Circle
In 1997, a special society was established to honor and recognize those who make financial provisions to the Crozer-Chester or Delco Memorial Foundations through a planned gift. Members of our Heritage Circle represent a unique group of individuals who, through their thoughtful and generous gift planning, are making a sound investment in quality healthcare for future generations. There are numerous ways to designate a planned gift to the Foundation of your choice. Many options benefit you and your heirs as well as the charity of your choice. 

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.sullivan@crozer.org

Taylor Campaign Update
Thank you to all who participated in the Relief, Respite and Remembrance Employee Campaign. We hope you enjoyed your thank you ice cream treat in June, courtesy of the Crozer-Chester Foundation and the Taylor Employee Campaign Committee.

The Foundation hosted a thank you luncheon on June 2 for the 2012-2015 Taylor Employee Campaign Committee members. The team enjoyed a sumptuous lunch prepared by Chef Mike Tortella. Diane Miller, president of Taylor, and Steve Sullivan, executive director of the Foundation, thanked the committee for sharing their time, talent and enthusiasm to this campaign.

Campaign Committee Chairs
• Events: Judy Lieberman
• Roll-out: Mark Prodoehl
• Roll-out: Margie Harper
• PR: Mary Wascavage

Committee Members
Carrie Baxter
Ruth Brown
Kathy Canzanese
Jerome Casey
Kris Creighton
Joanne Daws
Steve Dempsey
Jane Hanahan
Theresa Humes
Candice Johnson
Nancy Kenyon
Darlene Luther
Amy Master
Barbara McLaughlin
Leslie Osifat
Nancy Pietras
Heather Prandeski
Patricia Sacchetti
Shelley Slott
Mike Tortella

Taylor Community Foundation Completes $500,000 Pledge to Taylor Hospital with $100,000 Donation

taylor community foundation

From left to right are Gregory P. Cuculino, M.D.,
chairman of the Emergency Department at Taylor
Hospital and DCMH; Kurt J. Slenn, president, Taylor
Community Foundation; Diane C. Miller, president,
Taylor Hospital; and Stephen P. Sullivan, vice
president and executive director of the Crozer-
Chester Foundation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At a recent check presentation, the Taylor Community Foundation completed its $500,000 pledge to the Taylor Hospital Growth and Expansion project with a check for $100,000. This gift was directed toward the creation of a Fast Track Unit, part of Taylor Hospital's Emergency Department. The opening of the Fast Track Unit during peak operating hours has expedited waiting times to provide faster service for patients and families in need of immediate care.

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