Pen Bay Healthcare Foundation
When you make a gift to the Pen Bay Healthcare Foundation, you make a direct difference in the lives of people in your community. Your support helps Pen Bay Medical Center continue to deliver services and care to those who need them.
When you support Pen Bay Medical Center and its entities, we’ll send you a quarterly newsletter filled with inspiring stories about how you made a difference. It’s our way of saying, “thank you.”Newsletter
Winter 2016 Newsletter Highlights
Healing Hearts and Minds
Registered Nurse Laura Bickford has helped patients overcome addiction and psychiatric challenges at the Psychiatric and Addiction Recovery Center at Pen Bay Medical Center for 18 years. She says the shame of those diseases means patients aren’t always visible in the community, but their struggles are more common than many people think.
After the Crash
After Bicyclist Madelyn Rockwell was hit by a car, Pen Bay Outpatient Physical Therapy gave her the courage to ride again.
Donors Made 2015 a Great Success
Completing a $14M campaign, exceeding the annual giving goal by 36 percent and establishing the new leadership council–2015 was a pretty good year. See the details and the full list of donors.
You may designate your gift as unrestricted, to be used where the need is greatest, or choose to have it support patient care, education or other fundraising initiatives.
Annual gifts of all sizes are made to Pen Bay Medical Center throughout the year. Large and small, every donation counts toward creating a healthy community.
The Wellspring Society recognizes individuals who make yearly donations of $1,000 or more.
For more information about Annual Giving programs, please email Sherry Gagne or call 207-921-6711.
Securities, real estate, cash or other substantial donations can be made as major gifts to Pen Bay Medical Center. Generosity of this kind has significant impact.
For more information about making a stock gift or sizeable donation, please email Eleanor Willmann or call 207-921-6710.
A planned gift allows you to leave a legacy in the form of a bequest or tax-deferred insurance annuity (consult your financial advisor for applicable tax benefits).
Pen Bay’s Legacy Society recognizes those who have made provisions for Pen Bay Healthcare in their estate plans or have made other types of planned gifts.
Grateful Patient Gift
Has a Pen Bay Medical Center caregiver made a difference for you? Share your appreciation by making a grateful patient gift in their name.
Remember a loved one by making a memorial gift to Pen Bay Medical Center in their name.
The Midcoast Breast Cancer Classic will take place on Friday, August 12 at the Rockland Golf Course. Please click here to learn more about the tournament that has raised over $65,000 to benefit breast cancer support services right here in Midcoast Maine.
Please call the Foundation at 207-921-6713 and we can help you figure out the best way for you to make a big difference in the health of Midcoast Maine.
We can recommend a gift type, help you find a specific fund to support, offer info on what we’ve accomplished with donor support and more.
The Pen Bay Healthcare Foundation supports the charitable activities of Pen Bay Medical Center, the Knox Center, the Sussman House, the Anderson Inn at Quarry Hill and Pen Bay Physicians & Associates.
Pen Bay Healthcare Foundation is Pen Bay’s fundraising organization and exists to encourage gifts and bequests to support our mission: to care for the sick and injured and improve the health and quality of life of the people of Midcoast Maine. The Foundation also manages an endowment—a collection of small and large funds that are invested for growth—and distributes earnings; investment and spending are accomplished under guidelines and policies approved by Trustees.
Regional Vice President of Development
Manager, Annual Giving and Research
Director of Grant & Foundation Relations
Director of Development Communications
Development Information Specialist
Director of Leadership Gifts
Joanne Billington, chairman
Ann Bresnahan, former chairman
Mark Eggena, MD