With deep gratitude, Doylestown Health applauds this esteemed group. Our Visionary Leaders represent lifetime giving or leadership gifts of $1,000,000 or more to Doylestown Health. These exemplary individuals and organizations share the same philanthropic spirit that established Doylestown Hospital in 1923. Generous support at this transformational level will lead us into our second century of exceptional care.
The following friends have generously provided a legacy of care by naming Doylestown Health in their estate plans. Their beneficent vision impacts the healthcare and wellness of future generations.
With annual gifts and commitments of $1,000,000 to $2,499,999, members of the Visionary Society share in the philanthropic spirit that is at the very heart of our history.
We are proud to recognize this formative group of donors whom we have entrusted to advance our mission with annual contributions and commitments of $100,000 to $499,999.
As partners in philanthropy, members of the Chairman’s Circle exemplify the remarkable leadership we rely on with gifts and commitments of $50,000 to $99,999 annually.
Honoring the hospital leadership of our past and present, the President’s Club recognizes donors who have invested in Doylestown Health with generous annual contributions and commitments of $25,000 to $49,999.
Named for the chair of the Relocation Fund Drive that helped establish Doylestown Hospital on West State Street in 1975, the Prudence Suydam Society honors the selflessness and dedication of donors who have made annual gifts and commitments of $10,000 to $24,999.
In the early days of the 20th century, visiting nurse Norma Munsey helped to establish the first emergency room at Doylestown Hospital and brought healthcare to township schools. This Society honors her pioneering energy with annual contributions and commitments of $5,000 to $9,999.
The members of the New Century Fellowship are committed to improving the lives of others through their annual gifts and commitments of $1,000 to $4,999.
In 1942, Mrs. Pauline Young came to Doylestown Hospital as a private duty nurse. By 1951, she was hospital superintendent and then director of nursing. We are grateful to recognize annual gifts and commitments of $500 to $999 that honor her dedication to advancing healthcare.
Local physician and surgeon Dr. Frank Swartzlander was a strong supporter of the Village Improvement Association’s early campaigns to establish a community hospital in Doylestown. The Society named in his honor gratefully recognizes annual contributions and commitments of $250 to $499.
Through their matching gift programs, the following corporations have maximized the impact of many charitable donations to Doylestown Health:
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