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UMass Memorial Health is committed to prioritizing, representing, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We aspire to achieve continuous improvement in all areas through teamwork, efficiency, and innovation.
We have a relentless commitment to high-quality, truly patient- and family-centered care, provided by a dedicated team that’s all in and won’t ever give up – on our patients or each other.
Donor support helps UMass Memorial Health be here for everyone who needs us.
Whether supporting patients and caregivers during a pandemic, providing comfort to our youngest patients in the UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center or helping to fund the newest and most innovative medical technologies, wonderful donors like you are the lifeblood of UMass Memorial Health. Contributions by mail or online are needed and put to immediate use year-round to support excellent and equitable local care and to help all members of our community lead stronger and healthier lives.
Visit our website at ummhealth.org/giving for more information or to make your gift online.
To give by mail, make your check payable to UMass Memorial Health and send to:
UMass Memorial Health Office of Philanthropy
One Biotech Park, Suite 301
365 Plantation Street
Worcester, MA 01605
To speak with someone about your philanthropic interests, please call our Office of Philanthropy at 774-443-GIVE (4483) or email email@example.com.
Sponsors and donors are invited to take part in the area’s premiere fundraising gala—the UMass Memorial Health Winter Ball. The 13th annual event which will be held on December 3, 2021, celebrates our community, and supports the life-saving mission of our organization.
In addition to sponsorship, attendance, and auction participation, the community can help by making outright gifts to support each year’s Fund-A-Need. For 2021, the Fund-A-Need focus is on mental and behavioral health services for children and adolescents; the need for which has dramatically increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic with young people suffering from depression and anxiety. Trauma faced at this developmental stage may have long-term consequences if not addressed with early interventions provided at UMass Memorial Health’s Children’s Medical Center and Community Healthlink.
Learn more at: ummhealth.org/winterball.
Community fundraisers make a big difference!
Did you know you can have fun while making a difference for others? Whether hosting a themed event or sporting competition or celebrating a special occasion, you can support exceptional care for all, close to home, including specific programs and services like our Children’s Medical Center, Cancer Center, Heart and Vascular Center, and mental/behavioral health.
• Celebrate a special occasion (birthday, anniversary, milestone achievement)
• Honor a friend or mentor, or remember a loved one
• Salute hero caregivers
• Create your own unique idea
Get creative. Have fun. Do good.
If you’re inspired to rally support for the patients and caregivers of UMass Memorial Health, reach out for resources to help make it successful and easy: firstname.lastname@example.org or 774-443-GIVE (4483).
Learn more at: https://www.ummhealth.org/umass-memorial-health-care/community-fundraisers-make-big-difference
Virtual volunteer fundraising opportunities are available through the Office of Philanthropy at 774-443-4483 or email@example.com. In-person volunteer opportunities are coordinated through Volunteer Services at each hospital location.
We have a commitment to doing what’s best for our patients and our community. That isn’t new, yet our brand name has been revised to better reflect who we are as a system and what we stand for. Our new brand name of UMass Memorial Health is rooted in our philosophy to not just care for the patients who are sick who come to our hospital and outpatient locations, but to care for the overall health and well-being of everyone, with the goal of keeping people healthy and improving all aspects of life, relentlessly.
We have re-dedicated our organization to addressing health disparities in our region and we are directly addressing the impact of the pandemic and associated economic crisis on communities of color.
To improve the health of the people of our diverse communities of Central New England through culturally sensitive excellence in clinical care, service, teaching and research.
UMass Memorial Health
365 Plantation Street
Worcester, MA 01605
Full-time employees: 15,000
Annual revenues: $3.2B
Year founded: Memorial Hospital was established in 1871 and the UMass Memorial System was established in 1974.
Service area: We serve all of Central Massachusetts with hospital locations in Worcester, Fitchburg, Clinton, Leominster, Marlborough, and Southbridge, as well as primary care offices, family health centers, and treatment locations throughout the area.
Top funding sources
Program service revenue - 97%
Investment income - 2%
Individual donors, private foundations and corporate support - 1%
Eric W. Dickson, MD, President & CEO
Richard Siegrist, Harvard School of Public Health; Chair
Lynda Young, MD, UMass Memorial Health; Vice Chair
Evan Benjamin, MD, Ariadne Labs
David Bennett, Bennet & Forts, PC
Richard Bennett, retired bank CEO
Leslie Bovenzi, RN
Michael Collins, MD, UMass Medical School
Terence Flotte, MD, UMass Medical School
Elvira Guardiola, City of Worcester
Mark Johnson, MD, UMass Medical School & UMass Memorial Health
Nancy Kane, retired professor
Jean King, PhD, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Peter Knox, retired executive
Susan Mailman, Coghlin Electrical Contractors
Jean McMurray, Worcester County Food Bank
Michael O’Brien, WinnCompanies
Rosemary Thomsen, retired investment executive
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