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McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital TRUST

2006

ANNUAL REPORT 2006-2007 Board of Directors Roger Ames Woodrow B. Anderson M. Elizabeth Baer Judith Ann Douglass - Chair Terry G. Hunt, M.D. Susan Cross Lipnickey Randall W. Listerman William Douglass Ross, D.O. Thomas W. Speh Paige Wood

The TRUST mission is to build charitable relationships to provide financial strength for McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital to maintain its independent existence.

Giving is Good Medicine


Message from the Director Julie Nickell 2006 was a busy year as we prepared for the upcoming 50th Anniversary of McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital to be celebrated in 2007. In many ways, it was also a year of reflection—as our appreciation deepened for the enduring legacy that 50 years of community generosity has made possible. Pioneered by the McCullough sisters and Hyde family, whose compassionate vision led to the hospital’s founding, a great tradition of giving continues to offer help where help is needed most. Since its doors first opened in 1957, the hospital has benefited from the support of thousands of donors, support which helped the hospital evolve into the quality care facility it is today. We were greatly encouraged by the widespread support expressed during a 2006 fundraising feasibility study for a major fundraising project to be initiated in 2007. The resulting 50th Anniversary Oncology Clinic Expansion Project promises to be a successful effort to serve a rising need in our community. 2006 also saw the addition of a new member to our Development Staff, Judy Marcum. Bringing a wealth of experience in data management to our department, Judy handles all donations and records—and still finds time to manage our website. I personally want to thank you for your generous and consistent support in 2006. Your gifts supported our two major goals of providing education and equipment to the hospital and its staff. Your gifts prove that, indeed, “Giving is Good Medicine!” With Kind Regards, Julie Nickell Director of Development MHMH TRUST

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Julie Nickell and Judy Marcum

On-line with Judy Marcum In 2006, we made an exciting upgrade to the TRUST’s pages on the McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital website, with the addition of “on-line” giving. Donors are now able to use our new secure webpages to make a gift via credit card. And for those preferring to make their gift by mail, donors can access easy-to-download donation forms on the website. In addition, we added more than 17 pages of information about the TRUST. Donors and potential donors can now learn more about specific funds within the TRUST to which they might want to direct their gifts, plus they can also learn how their gifts are being used to benefit the hospital. Webpages information is updated regularly, so visit us often at: www.mhmh.org/dev.htm or go to www.mhmh.org and follow the link to: “Giving/TRUST.” With Best Regards, Judy Marcum Development Coordinator MHMH TRUST

Just as we value the support of our donors, we also value your ideas, questions and comments. We invite you to share them with us—by phone at 513-664-3850 or email: jnickell@mhmh.org.

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TRUST in Our Health Care Community Kist Legacy Continues with 2006 Scholarship Awards In its sixth year, the MHMH TRUST’s Larry Kist Scholarship Fund awarded $2,750 for health care education to eight recipients. In 2006, the Scholarship Program expanded to include family members of hospital employees; one of those family member recipients has since joined the MHMH staff as she continues to complete her education. The 2006 Kist Scholarship recipients were hospital employees Michaela Johnson, Robin Moore and Amanda Reibolt, all of College Corner; Michael Evans and Anita Masters, both of Brookville, Ind.; and children of hospital employees: Amy Chewning, Jessica Smith and The Kist Family Victoria Wynn, all of Liberty, Ind. Johnson, Moore and Reibolt were also 2005 Kist recipients. Larry Kist was on the MHMH staff for nearly 20 years, eventually serving as the pharmacy director. After he lost his battle with cancer in 2000, his family established the Larry Kist Scholarship Fund in appreciation for the hospital staff who cared for Larry. Since its inception in 2000, the Kist Scholarship Fund has awarded 26 scholarships totaling $13,250.

FCN Bank Builds Support for Franklin County Health Fund in 2006 Former FCN president Fred Chappelow was honored by a $2000 gift to Franklin County Health Care Fund in 2006. Established by Dr. Randall Listerman with help from FCN in 2005, the Fund is designed to help Franklin County, Indiana, residents who are unable to pay for needed hospital care. “FCN is pleased to serve the community by contributing to improved health care and to honor one of our long-time community leaders, Fred Chappelow,” said Art Hildebrand, president and CEO of the locally owned and operated FCN Bank. Mr. Chappelow served as bank president for the last five of his 41 years with FCN Bank. He was instrumental in the establishment of the fund, both contributing to the fund personally, as well as assisting in solicitations throughout the community. He remains active in Franklin County civic and philanthropic organizations.

Biz Campbell Memorial Seminar The second annual Biz Campbell Memorial Seminar in Semptember 2006 attracted more than 60 McCulloughHyde charge nurses striving to become more effective leaders. Featured international health care speaker and published author, Faith Bresnan Roberts, targeted the challenges charge nurses face in today’s multi-generational nursing staffs. While nurses typically pay out-of-pocket to attain their required Continuing Education Units (CEUs), the three CEUs earned from this seminar were offered free to our nurses through the Biz Campbell Fund. Biz Campbell served as the hospital’s first paid director of volunteer services for sixteen years before dying of cancer in 2004. In gratitude to the nurses who cared for her during her illness, Campbell’s family established the Biz Campbell Memorial Education Endowment Fund—which underwrites the annual seminar. MHMH TRUST 2006 Annual Report

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TRUST in Education, Services and Equipment Education Funding 2006 IN N UMBERS 681 72

Gifts were given to the TRUST

New donors contributed to the TRUST

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Physicians, hospital staff and board members donated to the TRUST in 2006

123,000 Dollars were spent to assist aspiring health care professionals and hospital staff pursue their education and advance their careers 35,804 Dollars were spent on services such as Baby Bound, SANE, the Medical Transport Van and Oncology Programs

Our friends and supporters donated over $266,000 to the McCullough-Hyde Hospital TRUST in 2006. Over seventy percent of the total TRUST expenditures of $171,271 funded highly recognized educational programs—while more than a third promoted valuable hospital and community services.

McCullough-Hyde continued its commitment to helping individuals and the community in 2006 with $117,500 in funds for the Professional Development Assistance Program (PDAP). The program, designed to give aspiring health care workers and current hospital employees the opportunity to pursue professional degrees and certifications, awarded the funds to 19 students who sought further education. In return for financial assistance, PDAP participants commit to a specified term of employment at McCullough-Hyde—and are guaranteed a job after completing their education. Since the program’s inception in 2001, PDAP has provided over $750,000 to 46 individuals. In addition to PDAP, funds empowered students and staff through the highly successful Larry Kist Scholarship Fund and Biz Campbell Memorial Seminar (see page 2 for more details). Another $5,165 in funds strengthened the hospital’s crucial life-saving abilities through a Rapid Response Team Workgroup, while an additional $5,000 from the Dome Endowment assisted Inpatient Care (IPC) Nurses in furthering their education.

Equipment Funding Five urgently needed computerized beds for Inpatient care were purchased in 2006 at a total cost of $12,569.

Funding of Services The indispensable Medical Transport Van (formerly the SAGE Coach) was granted $29,709 in funds to enhance its medical non-emergency transportation service—which provides Meals on Wheels and Hospital Tours, as well as returning patients safely home after a hospital stay. The prenatal education program, Baby Bound, spent $865 in funds to continue its essential work with expecting parents; $230 aided the hospital’s Oncology Programs. The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program of Butler County received $5,000 in 2006. The program provides victims of sexual assault with the highest level of care while assuring the proper evidence is collected to prosecute assailants.

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72% Education

7% Equipment

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21% Services and Programs


TRUST in the Future In 2006, we prepared to recognize 50 years of remarkable progress at McCullough-Hyde achieved through the support of our “Family of Donors.” We also looked ahead to the next 50 years—and began preparations for the challenges those years will bring in providing quality health care for the region. To celebrate McCullough-Hydes’ 50th anniversary in 2007, and to demonstrate its firm commitment to the years ahead, the hospital board is inviting friends of the hospital to join in a major project in 2007 and 2008 that will impact our community for years to come—a dramatic expansion and upgrade of the hospital’s Oncology Clinic. You will hear more about it throughout 2007 and 2008.

50th Anniversary Oncology Clinic Expansion Project in 2007 and 2008 25 years ago the Oncology Clinic opened in a small corner of the hospital and treated an average of about 10 patients a month. Although the clinic has undergone several minor expansions since that time, the demand for treatment has dramatically outpaced growth. Presently, the clinic serves an average of 242 patients a month, reaching a grand total of nearly 2,000 patients in 2006. With a predicted 4 percent annual growth rate in oncology patient care, the need for expansion and upgrade is urgent. Limited space in the existing oncology clinic McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital envisions a new state-of-the-art 3,000 square foot oncology and chemotherapy clinic, which will provide both privacy and family support space in an environment dedicated to healing our cancer patients. Our goal is to raise the construction cost estimate of $578,000 over the next two years—with completion scheduled for mid-2009. When half of this amount ($289,000) has been pledged to the 50th Anniversary Oncology Clinic Expansion Project, the expansion of this vital facility will begin. For more information about the Project, please call 513-664-3850 or email TRUST Director Julie Nickell at: jnickell@mhmh.org.

The Alberta Lutz Ittel Education Endowment Both graduates of Miami University in the 1940s, Mr. Lloyd D. Ittel and his late wife, Alberta Lutz Ittel, lived in Oxford before McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital opened its doors. “We knew what McCullough-Hyde meant to this town,” remembers Mr. Ittel. In a career that spanned 42 years, Alberta taught in Miami University’s music department. To honor Alberta and in appreciation to the dedicated doctors, staff and volunteers at McCullough-Hyde, Mr. Ittel and Alberta’s brothers established the Alberta Lutz Ittel Education Endowment in 2006. The fund will support continuing education for hospital staff. Alberta and Lloyd Ittel in 1998

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Major Contributions in 2006 The TRUST received six major gifts in 2006. We would like to specially recognize the tremendous support of the people and organizations who gave generously in recognition of the hospital’s needs.

For his generous gift of $100,000: Mr. Lloyd D. Ittel to establish the Alberta Lutz Ittel Education Endowment in honor of his late wife, Alberta Lutz Ittel.

For their continued generosity of $50,000 or more: The McCullough-Hyde Auxiliary

For their generous gifts of $10,000 or more: Edward and Elizabeth Demske Health Services Endowment Fund/Hamilton Community Foundation Randy and Layne Listerman Molyneaux Foundation

Donors of General Gifts in 2006 Roger and Jan Ames Bev and Woody Anderson Anonymous (6) Roger and Paula Atkin Donavon and Carolyn Auble Dave and Linda Augspurger

Barbara L. Cluster Pamela and Jerry Collins J. Edward and Rose Cooper Jack and Sandra Cotter Orville M. Cotterman John and Marilyn Cumming

B & B Plumbing & Heating Co. Beth and Bob Baer Donna Baker Douglas and Linda Balogh Margaret Barrier Daniel and Susan Bartow Jeanne Bassett Joseph Bath Patricia Baugher Robert and Dorothy Benz Dr. and Mrs. David J. Berg Marc and Lisa Biales Evelyn Black William and Nora Ellen Bowers Judtih W. Broermann Frederick F. and Mary Jane Brower Dr. and Mrs. Rolf Brunckhorst,M.D. Adoree E. Bystrom

Richard and Mary Daniels Jack E. Daugherty Dr. and Mrs. James B. Davis John and Anne Davis James and Judy Davis Frank and Barbara Dodd John E. and Grace C. Dome/ Oxford Community Foundation Mrs. Lorraine Donnell Michael A. and Judith A. Douglass

Dr. Kevin and Kristi Campbell Paul and Gloria Charles Karen A. Chen Randall Chewning Family Charles and Lawretta Clum

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Hardy and Barbara Eshbaugh Mary Levering Evans Fifth Third Bank Ray Flodin Bill and Jackie Folker Mary Jane Fox Phyllis J. Fox Daniel and Barb Fulton Andrew and Cecilia Garrison General & Vascular Surgeons of Butler County, Inc.

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Donors Judy and Mike Douglass

“When we moved to Brookville, Indiana in the late sixties, we felt fortunate to find a hospital so close to home that provided outstanding and compassionate care. In 1997 Judy was asked to serve as a member of the board of trustees of McCullough-Hyde. She served on the Development Committee, Quality Committee, Building Community, and as board chair for two years. It was during her ten-year tenure on the board that we came to fully understand just how important a strong Trust is to the functioning of the hospital. We firmly believe that adding McCullough-Hyde to our annual giving list is an important way we can help ensure that the hospital autonomously continues to serve us and our neighbors in Liberty and Brookville, and the region, far into the future.”


Donors of General Gifts in 2006 cont’d Don and Betty Gerber Dick and Edie Ginther June E. Goldner Joyce and Gilbert Gordon Kimberly Grabel John and Joan Green Richard Grushon

Rosemond E. Murphy Donald and Florence Myers Julie Nickell John R. Niedfeldt Mrs. Thomas J. Noe Harry and Doris Ogle

John and Jane Halcomb Drs. James F. and Lee Hamill Gilbert and Juanita Hensley Pamela and Derrick Hogeback Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Holmes Jan Holmes Eileen Jeck Margaret P. Jendrek Dennis and Lucinda Johnson Mary K. Johnson Richard and Audrey Johnson Frank Jordan, Jr. Williard and Mary Lee Keebler Ethel Louise Kennedy Debbie King Margaret M. King Ted and Jill Kirkpatrick Larry Kist Family Anne B. Koehler Richard and Alice Laatsch Dr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Love and Family Danny and Judy Marcum Wayne and Helen Martin The Garvin H. McClain Children Garvin and Kathleen McClain Janis M. McDaniel Christa J. McGinty Stephen and Kathy McKaskey Clinton and Shirley McNally William and Susan Mescher and Family MHMH - Employee Relations Committee Miami University - College of Arts and Science Roger J. Millar Scheryl Moore Thomas and Sylvia Moore Rebecca A. Morgenson Jeanne L. Murphy

Harry and Anna Belle Paulin Paul and Winifred Pearson Fred and Debra Peter Ronald J. and Dawn G. Pfohl David and Alice Phillips John and Gracia Pope Mr. and Mrs. William Pratt Harold F. Puff Eugene and Jill Rader Suzanne Auble Reif Reily Presbyterian Church, Women’s Society Betty Reinhart William G. Rice Pam and Jim Robinson Mary Ellen Rohr Dudley Joyce K. Rood Dr. and Mrs. John F. Rose Doug and Debbie Ross Dorothy M. Russell Vera O. Russell William Scanlon Jim and Elaine Schoenling Arthur and Marcella Schoultheis Ed and Jan Schweitzer Thomas and Treva Seal John and Crystal Sherron Gary and Carol Shulman Maynard Stang Bernard and Alice Study Dr. John Svirbely Elizabeth M. Swailes Virgil and Mary Tebbe Joan and Charles Teckman Don and Tari Tharp Drs. Bill and Becky Thomas Kenneth and Kathleen Thomas Tri State Urologic Services

Donors Charles and Joan Teckman

“For many years we have valued McCulloughHyde’s service to our community. As a registered nurse, Joan admired the pioneering work of Dr. Garvin McClain in revolutionizing the Maternity Department. She also supervised Miami University nursing students in Obstetrics and saw two grandchildren born here. Our interest was further enhanced by two family members who served on the Board of Directors: brother-in-law, John Haskins, and Joan’s father, Dr. Walter McNelly. We join many other families in giving to the hospital to ensure quality health care for future generations.”

Randolph and Sallie Wadsworth Donald and Elaine Weber Robert and Mary Jane Weber Virginia Wehr Marta C. and Peter S. Wendt Opal and Jim Wespiser Joseph and Kate Wespiser C. G. and Barbara Whelpton Kathy and Ron Wiley Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Williamson Darrell and Iva Willis Allan Winkler and Sara Penhale Tammy Wood Robert and Doris Woods Daryl and Gretchen Zimmer

Keith and Cathy Vidourek

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In Honor of Mr. Fred Chappelow FCN Bank

Dorothy B. Gustafson Eugene and Myrtle Hay Virginia R. Lee Lewis and Waters Family LoBill’s Russell and Hilda McLaughlin Bob and Betty Parsley Bernie and Peg Phelps Richard Sharpless Tony and Connie Webb A.K. and Jean Wilson

In Honor of Jackie Hunt Randy and Layne Listerman (4)

In Memory of Charles W. Cotter Mildred B. Cotter

In Honor of Dr. Terry Hunt Charles and Marjorie Bowers Dr. and Mrs. Warren L. Mason Dr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Smith

In Memory of Richard S. Donnell, Jr. William and Susan Mescher and Family Brian L. and Leslie D. Black

Honor Gifts In Honor of Roger Ames Linsco SIS Investment Club In Honor of Dr. Kevin Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Smith

In Honor of Dr. Garvin McClain Anonymous In Honor of McCullough-Hyde Staff David and Alice Phillips In Honor of Oxford Internal Medicine, Inc. & Staff Gerald M. Miller In Honor of W. Doug Ross Neal and Melanie Carlson

Donors Terry and Jackie Hunt

“McCullough-Hyde has dramatically changed in the 34 years we have lived in Oxford. We would like to insure that it would continue to grow and change. We believe that this area deserves the best in health care. We have supported McCullough-Hyde through the years and have included it in our estate planning as a way to ensure its continuation of quality health care for generations to follow. We hope you will join us in planning similar gifts for the future.”

In Memory of Louis & Emma Becker Donald and Teri Becker In Memory of Edward M. Brown Anne A. Brown In Memory of Charles Bunten Laurada L. Bunten In Memory of Francis N. Butt Paul and Beverly Burkitt Mr. and Mrs. Harold Butt Kenneth and Emelda Dahms First Financial Bank Glen and Eileen Garrabrant Mary E. Keenan Freda M. Russell

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In Memory of Gerald Flueckiger Jane Flueckiger In Memory of Debbie Folker William and Susan Mescher and Family In Memory of Robert K. Foster Bill and Jackie Folker (2) David and Alice Phillips In Memory of Jeanne Friedman Elinor Loucks

Memorial Gifts In Memory of Wilma J. Bake MHMH - Perioperative Services Dept.

In Memory of Richard “Dick” Dubois Opal and Jim Wespiser

James and Anne Schultz Donald and Jean Smock Todd and Marianne Springmyer Daryl and Susan Sroczynski Evelyn Tague The Architectural Group Ern and Beth Timperman In Memory of Gordon Butterfield Jack and Jane Fryman In Memory of Larry Chenault Barbara Chenault In Memory of Ruth T. Cookman Frederick F. and Mary Jane Brower Anne A. Brown Bobby Cameron Lloyd and Lee Cameron Nancy Cichowicz Jack and Jane Fryman MHMH TRUST 2006 Annual Report

In Memory of Barbara R. Fulton Daniel Fulton In Memory of Olivia Ingersoll Dr. and Mrs. David F. Griffing Eileen Jeck In Memory of H. Sheffield Jeck, M.D. Eileen Jeck Robert Lake Kit and John Reller Dr. and Mrs. Robert Southard In Memory of Larry Kist Larry Kist Family (2) In Memory of Betty Limper Randy and Layne Listerman (4) In Memory of Ken McDiffett Gerald S. and Ellen Buerk


Memorial Gifts cont’d In Memory of Susan Weill Melzer, R.N. Jerome E. Melzer In Memory of Shirley Millilo Gerald S. and Ellen Buerk In Memory of Keith Myers Carolyn C. Trimmer Opal and Jim Wespiser In Memory of Jean S. Perin Nancy P. Axmacher In Memory of Fred Peter Randall Chewning Family In Memory of Edith Foth Puff Harold F. Puff In Memory of Rosalie Rice Beth and Bob Baer E. Louise Bascom Mary Ohaver Michael and Sharon Ohaver William G. Rice Bernard and Alice Study Kay Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Tim Unger

In Memory of Roy H. Reinhart Frederick F. and Mary Jane Brower

In Memory of Jane Shearman Opal and Jim Wespiser

In Memory of Timothy J. Rogers Elizabeth S. Rogers

In Memory of Patricia Sherwin Jack and Jane Fryman Williard and Mary Lee Keebler

In Memory of Robert Rose Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Kuertz In Memory of Jeff Schroer Ms. Carol D. Blake Frederick F. and Mary Jane Brower Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brown Laurada L. Bunten Ms. Judith K. Delzell and Mr. Stanley Boynton Ralph N. & Bonnie C. Fey Family Bill and Jackie Folker John A. Fontaine Jack and Jane Fryman Cathy Geyer MHMH - Volunteer Services Department Mrs. Thomas J. Noe Opal and Jim Wespiser Joseph and Kate Wespiser Randy and Dixie Wespiser Ryan A. Wespiser Mrs. John Woedl

In Memory of Jean Showkeir Bill and Jackie Folker In Memory of Frank K. Snyder Mrs. Frank K. Snyder In Memory of Michelle Speh Tom and Sara Speh In Memory of Guy D. Spitler, Jr. Jack and Jane Fryman In Memory of Heber Stephenson Earl and Dotty Folker Dr. and Mrs. James A. Goldey Dr. and Mrs. David F. Griffing Bernie and Peg Phelps Gilbert and Suzanne Siegel In Memory of Katherine Stephenson Beta Theta Pi General Fraternity Frederick F. and MaryJane Brower Frank and Barbara Dodd Mary Ellen Rohr Dudley Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Etheridge Earl and Dotty Folker Dr. and Mrs. James A. Goldey (2) Dr. and Mrs. David F. Griffing Eileen Jeck Virginia R. Lee Bernie and Peg Phelps Judith Seltzer Charles and Barbara Skipper Steven and Barbara Smith Opal and Jim Wespiser In Memory of Ron Treick Irene Young In Memory of Warren Truster MHMH - Obstetrics/Nursery Dept. In Memory of Wilma Woodruff Robert and Sandra Douglass

Employee Donor Darlene Chewning and Family

“My Dad taught me that giving is a two-way street, that when you work hard at your job, the best employers will reward you. McCullough-Hyde has given me a lot in the 31 years I’ve worked here, and has become my extended family. My husband and I take great pride in giving back to the hospital, and hope our family and yours will continue giving for years to come. “

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In Memory of Juanita Workman Gerald S. and Ellen Buerk In Memory of John and Helen Yeager Donald and Teri Becker

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The McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital TRUST was established in the 1940s to build a regional hospital in Oxford. For more than 60 years, the TRUST raised funds for McCullough-Hyde. From funding its initial construction in the 1950s to aiding in the $18.9 million expansion in 2003, to funding today’s patient and staff education programs and hospital equipment purchases, the TRUST continues to receive gifts to help ensure the future of McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital. Each year, hundreds of new and established donors realize “Giving is Good Medicine” and make donations to the TRUST. Here are some of the most popular reasons our donors give:

General Fund The GENERAL FUND provides funding for equipment purchases and other needs. Your donations allow for advancements in technology and for community services such as the Medical Transport Van. Recently purchased equipment includes a CT Scanner for the Imaging Department and computerized IVs for Inpatient Care.

Current Equipment Needs 3 Bariatric stretchers ( $6000 each)

$18,000

Hydraulic patient lift

$59,000

(move patients between stretchers and beds)

Steam sterilizer

$90,000

High-volume copier

$18,000

200 kw Emergency generator

$35,000

Intensive Care unit equipment cart Computers/printers/software

• Out of gratitude for treatment

$3,850 $68,000

• To honor or memorialize someone special to you or your community

Restricted Funds

• To inspire and motivate others to give

Baby Bound Fund — supports prenatal care

• Gifts are tax-deductible

for expectant parents in need.

• To benefit a specific fund, program or department

Biz Campbell Memorial Fund — provides

for Education

continuing education for nursing staff.

Alberta Lutz Ittel Education Fund — supports

• To benefit the community • To achieve a listing on the donor wall • To receive an income stream with certain tax-deductible gifts

continuing education for hospital staff.

Dr. Garvin McClain Fund — supports obstetrics education for patients and staff. Dr. Sheffield Jeck Fund — supports surgical

The TRUST has funds targeted toward specific hospital needs. Many donors give their gifts with no restrictions. These go into a General Fund which provide funding where it’s needed most. Others choose to give to a Restricted Fund with targeted needs, such as staff education.

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nursing education.

Larry Kist Scholarship Fund — scholarships for hospital employees and families.

Professional Development Assistance Program — funding for aspiring health care workers and hospital employees to pursue professional degrees and certifications.

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Restricted Funds

Donor Recognition Levels

for Services and Equipment Medical Staff Fund — provides equipment and training for physicians.

Pediatric Fund — provides services and education for pediatric staff and patients.

Sylvia Kuertz Moore Fund — supports screening for uninsured cancer patients and supports the hospital garden.

Donors are recognized for the amount of their gifts, their consistency in giving and their ability to plan their gifts with the TRUST. Donors who give more than $250 annually are listed on the Donor Wall. See the pyramid below for details.

Employee Emergency Fund — assists employees with personal emergencies. Franklin County Health Care Fund — helps Franklin County, IN residents who are unable to pay their hospital bills.

$500,000 PHILANTHROPIST

$100,000 McCULLOUGH SOCIETY

Choose Your Method of Giving • One-time or occasional gifts • Annual giving • Major gifts • Memorial or honor gifts • Planned gifts through a will, annuity, or insurance policy.

The TRUST Offers Charitable Gift Annuities An annuity is a method of giving where the donor receives a fixed annual income in addition to tax deductions.

HYDE SOCIETY- $50,000 PATRON - $10,000 LEADER - $5,000 PARTNER - $1,000 FRIENDS - $250 annually DECADE SOCIETY (10+ Years of Giving)

VISIONARY SOCIETY (Planned Giving)

Honor/Memorial Wall

Accepted forms of payment for your charitable contribution are: cash, check or credit card as well as gifts of stock and property.

A new plaque next to the Donor Wall permanently recognizes individuals who have been honored or memorialized with a gift of $1000 or more. To have your honored or memorialized individual listed, please contact the TRUST office.

The TRUST will work with you to find the best method of giving for you. Contact Director of Development Julie Nickell for a confidential discussion of your gift options at 513-664-3850 or jnickell@mhmh.org.

Your tax-deductible gift to the TRUST will help the hospital in any number of ways. No matter the size, EVERY gift is important. It is the total of all donors’ gifts that truly makes the difference.

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