Hanford Volunteer Groups Give $200,000 for Family Birth Center

Mar 04, 2014 No Comments by

HANFORD – Two Hanford volunteer groups have pledged to give $200,000 to the Kings Regional Health Foundation to benefit the new Adventist Health / Family Birth Center.

Adventist Health Vice President of Mission and Community Development Charles Sandefur and Foundation Director Jill Caviezel-Hoots accepted a gift of $50,000 from the Adventist Medical Center – Hanford Volunteer Service League on Feb. 19. The check was the first installment of the group’s $150,000 pledge.

The Foundation also received a $50,000 donation on behalf of the Central Valley General Hospital Auxiliary on Jan. 20.

“The Foundation is extremely grateful for the continued support of our Hanford volunteer groups,” Caviezel-Hoots said. “Their donations will benefit our community for future generations.”

The hospital volunteer groups raise funds throughout the year from hospital gift shop proceeds and community fundraisers.

The Kings Regional Health Foundation has secured over $900,000 in pledges and donations from community members and Adventist Health physicians, staff and volunteers to benefit the Family Birth Center, which is expected to be completed in 2015.

For more information or to inquire about volunteer opportunities, contact Adventist Health / Volunteer Resources at 559-583-2206.

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