Partnerships with our community across Bucks County take many forms and yield extraordinary results. From galas to golf, proceeds from our signature events and fundraisers benefit the patients and families we serve and connect us with our closest friends and supporters throughout the year. Doylestown Health Foundation gratefully acknowledges the many individuals, families, corporations, foundations, and local businesses for their steadfast support. We are pleased to celebrate the generosity of our community by sharing these highlights.
Doylestown Health Foundation is proud to recognize the individuals and organizations who have hosted events to benefit our patients, services and programs.
Guests enjoy the Circle of Life: Giving Full Circle Auction & Gala on November 9, 2018 . Silent and live auction items donated by many businesses helped to raise record proceeds—more than $190,000—to benefit Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute and Doylestown Hospital Hospice.
Now in its 28th year, Doylestown Health Golf Classic reached new milestones with nearly $132,000 contributed and foursomes from longstanding corporate partners, including Burns Mechanical (pictured), the title sponsor for the fifth year in a row.
Our Cornerstone Society was founded to recognize the forethought and generosity of those donors who have remembered Doylestown Health in their estate plans or made a planned gift for our sustainable future. We are honored to celebrate and revisit our Cornerstone Society members with an annual luncheon.
Doylestown Health is proud to honor major supporters of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health with an annual reception. Last September, major donors gathered at Bucks County Playhouse to celebrate the progress of the campaign.
Doylestown Health partnered with the Mercer Museum to offer a fairy tale-themed yoga program, turning the land of “make-believe” into real-life wellness education.
We salute the clinical staff of Doylestown Health whose compassion, expertise, and dedication improve the health and well-being of the patients we serve.
The dedicated volunteers in this cherished program—people and pets alike—complete extensive training for the opportunity to bring smiles, relaxation, and companionship to patients.
Local restaurant partner, OOKA, donates proceeds from special events back to Doylestown Health.
Deana Corrigan, of Realty One Group Legacy, and friends raised over $2,000 for cancer patients this year.
Thanks to the financial support of sponsors and local businesses, Pine2Pink Foundation representatives along with their founder, Keith Fenimore, were thrilled to present a check for $21,500 to Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute. These generous funds will be used to help cancer patients pay for costs associated with their care and provide support for treatment and complementary therapies.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is an organization of outstanding women educators. The Alpha Nu Chapter of Bucks County made a generous donation of books and hand crocheted blankets to support Doylestown Health’s Healthy Beginnings Plus program which provides medical assistance and pregnancy-related resources to expectant mothers and families in need.
Fred Beans Subaru, Subaru of America, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) donated more than 60 blankets, along with personal notes of encouragement, to patients undergoing cancer treatment at Doylestown Health.
More than 175 Doylestown Health employees and visitors attended the Ford Drive 4 UR Community event, sponsored by Fred Beans Family of Dealerships, held on October 24, 2018. The event raised more than $3,500 with proceeds supporting ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health.
Local realtor, Deana Corrigan and her team at Realty One Group Legacy hosted a celebrity bartending event at Chambers 19 Bar and Bistro in Doylestown on November 7th, 2018. Deana and her team presented a check for $2,000 which will be used to help purchase wigs for patients of Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.
The Bucks County Designer House is the largest fundraiser for the Village Improvement Association of Doylestown. The VIA presented a $230,500 check to Doylestown Health. The proceeds from its 43rd Annual fundraiser will benefit the new Center for Heart and Vascular Care.
The Women’s Club of the Heritage Creek Community Association partnered with the Town and Country Players Theater for a fundraising performance of “Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical, ” raising $1,000 for Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute. Funds will support women undergoing cancer treatment at Doylestown Hospital.
The Simple Gifts Project donated “Smile bags” to the Della Penna Pediatric Center. These gift bags, to be distributed to young patients by Doylestown Hospital staff, include craft supplies, stickers, and/or a book or toy to help relieve some of the anxiety of being at the hospital.
Simply Fresh by McCaffrey’s hosted their 4th annual Fight Cancer Day on October 23, 2019. They offered in-store specials and raffle prizes to the community and donated five percent of that day’s net sales. McCaffrey’s presented a check for more than $2,300 to benefit Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.
CB West and CB East girls’ soccer teams held their annual “Kick for Pink” event on September 26, 2018 at War Memorial Field at CB West. This year, representatives from the two teams presented a check for $3,935 to support breast cancer patients at Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.
CB West and CB East girls’ volleyball teams held their annual “Pink Out” game on October 15, 2019. The two teams coordinated fundraising activities and presented a check for $3,000 for the Breast Cancer Fund, supporting programs related to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and support of patients at Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute.
Smith’s Auto & Truck Service organized a breast cancer awareness fundraiser throughout October 2018. For each state inspection during the month, Smiths Auto & Truck Service donated $25 to Doylestown Health. Smith’s Auto & Truck Service presented Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute with a check for $4,100 benefiting the Breast Cancer Fund.
Grace generously shared the joy of celebrating her fifth birthday by inviting friends and family to collects arts and crafts supplies to help lift the spirits of pediatric patients in the Della Penna Pediatric Center.
A $13,000 grant from the Super Hero Project and its founder, Kelly Gallagher, provided two state-of-the-art BiliCon light therapy blankets to treat newborn babies with jaundice at Doylestown Hospital.
Friends of the Heart Institute hosted celebrity judges and Doylestown Health cardiologists in a “light-hearted” competition featuring healthy recipes. Proceeds benefit the Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care.