Thank you to all of the sponsors that hosted their family, friends and colleagues. Your support is truly appreciated.
Change Through Challenge
Nearly $600,000 was netted at Celebration 2020 — Change Through Challenge — supported by Marsha Moeller and presented by the Gooding-Barry and Immell families, to assist in funding the new Progressive Care Unit.
Prioritizing the safety and well-being of donors, volunteers and caregivers led to an extraordinary celebration. Sponsors, including community supporters, local business leaders, physicians and nurses celebrated their “Biggest Night In” on Saturday, October 10 in the comfort of their own homes.
Top sponsorships included in-home entertainment by musicians and magicians, which helped create a lively atmosphere. Guests showed their continued support by participating in the silent auction and “raise the paddle” segments of the evening. In addition, the Spirit of St. Joseph Award, honoring donors who embody the Spirit of St. Joseph, was presented via video to Curtis Kauffman and Myrna and Melvin Schwartz, MD.
“While the year 2020 has been one full of challenges none of us expected, the team at Providence St. Joseph Hospital has taken that challenge head on,” said Jeremy S. Zoch, chief executive. “This year, more than ever, we realized how critical the need is for the Progressive Care Unit, which will expand the number of patient beds, allowing us to care for more patients when they need us most,” said Zoch.
Chief philanthropy officer Amy Daugherty shared, “During this time of uncertainty, closures and cancellations, we found ourselves longing for some normalcy and wanted to find a way to come together; I think we accomplished that in a fun way this year. Thank you to all of the sponsors that hosted their family, friends and colleagues. Your support is truly appreciated.”
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