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Generous Contributions of the Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary

The Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary held its Annual Meeting and brunch on Wednesday, October 30. The event focused on the Auxiliary’s accomplishments in 2019, in addition to the election of new board members and recent Auxiliary contributions to key Mid Coast Hospital projects.

During the meeting, Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary president Joan Shea awarded a check for $60,000 to Lois Skillings as a donation toward Mid Coast–Parkview Health’s Capital Campaign, for the renovation of Mid Coast Senior Health. "We are so grateful to the Auxiliary for the tremendous amount of support they give to the hospital each year, and the vital role it plays in furthering the hospital’s mission to care for the health of our community." Skillings said.

Formed in 2001, the Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary comprises 300 individuals who support the mission of the hospital by volunteering their time to fundraising events, hospital-based services, and community outreach. There are several opportunities throughout the year to support important hospital projects by volunteering or joining the fundraising team.

The Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary is seeking new individuals to join. For more information, visit www.midcoasthealth.com/auxiliary or call (207) 373-6015.

More Info

Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary

Summary: Organization whose members support the mission of the hospital by volunteering their time to fundraising events, hospital-based services, and community outreach.

123 Medical Center Drive
Brunswick, Maine 04011
(207) 373-6015

More Info

Mid Coast Hospital Auxiliary

Summary: Organization whose members support the mission of the hospital by volunteering their time to fundraising events, hospital-based services, and community outreach.

123 Medical Center Drive
Brunswick, Maine 04011
(207) 373-6015

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