The FMH Foundation hosts several annual and special milestone events.
Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation typically holds its Annual Golf Scramble on the first or second Friday in August to raise funds to help support the needs of the hospital.
The event is held at the Wayne County Golf Course with 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. tee times. Entry fee for a four person team is $200, which includes a nice novelty gift, continental breakfast, and a delicious lunch. Each golfing participant received a nice novelty gift from an exclusive golf scramble sponsor.
The Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation has developed supporter packages that will allow you or your organization to receive recognition for supporting our fundraising event. Each year many groups and organization in the hospitals service area have attended this event in past years. The supporter levels include a $2,000 Exclusive Sponsorship, $1,000 Diamond Event Sponsor, $500 Hole Sponsor, $250 Silver Event Sponsor, $100 Bronze Event Sponsor, and donations of any other amount under $100 is appreciated and considered as a Friend of FMH Foundation Donor. All sponsorships are tax deductible.
Team registration or sponsorships can be made by contacting Mariah Case at 618-847-8297 or email@example.com
25th Anniversary Gala Event - 2010
A “Gala Event” was held to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation. Over 150 Foundation Donors attended the event, which was held at the First Christian Church in Fairfield with entertainment provided by the King City Swing. The room was decorated in black, white, and silver to commemorate the silver anniversary.
Special guests were recognized which included those of the “Greatest Generation,” such as Walt Blackburn, Grace Sullivan, Tom Land, Harlan Yates, Patricia McNeill, Katherine Feiger Young, and many others. Also recognized were key leaders such as Bob Hawkins, Pat Kenshalo, Evelyn Doty, and Richard Mason. These individuals were a driving force to set the Foundation’s mission of improving healthcare in the community, encouraging community members to become involved in healthcare and accepting donations for healthcare improvements.
“The Greatest Generation wanted a better life and future for their children, and it is because of these visionaries that we have a hospital in Fairfield today,” stated Charlotte St.Ledger, FMH Foundation Executive Director.