CMN Month of Miracles
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many aspects of our lives, but one that remains constant is our commitment to caring for patients. The James and Connie Maynard Children’s Hospital is here to provide the best medical care possible to children in eastern North Carolina when they need it most, no matter what. May is for Miracles! Starting in May, we kick off our month-long campaign of peer-to-peer fundraising. Simply click below to register to start fundraising. You can create your own page and share why you want to help children at your local children’s hospital. Then, just share your page on social media, email and other channels to make miracles happen!
The Service League of Greenville pledges $2 million endowment
The Service League of Greenville has pledged a $2 million endowment to sustain programs and services within Vidant Cancer Care. The endowment matches The Service League’s $2 million gift to Vidant Cancer Care in 2015.
2020 Vidant Health Foundation Annual Report
Now that the doors have closed on what was one of the most challenging years any of us have ever experienced, it is only fitting that we take a moment and reflect on all that 2020 was. While we all learned to live amidst a pandemic, the work of the Vidant Health Foundation continued. This year's Annual Report looks much different than in years past in that it is all digital. What better time to try something new? We hope that you will still find the information useful and relevant.
The Vidant Health Foundation inspires generosity through philanthropy in support of Vidant Health.
To provide hope for the people of eastern North Carolina
Make an impact! With you, we are committed to making better health care a reality in eastern North Carolina. Through your generous donations and unwavering support, we are experiencing remarkable growth and developing new relationships and partnerships that allow us to transform health care from Windsor to Kenansville and from Tarboro to the coast – and many communities in between.
Dr. Raab's Story
Why do you give?
For Dr. Mary Raab, it's personal:
"I give because this is my home. I love to see our community thrive. I want the best health care possible, not only for me, but for my children, my grandchildren and for everyone who lives here. I truly feel that the more we do as individuals, the larger the impact will be for the entire community."
Due to COVID-19, all events have been canceled or postponed until further notice.