In 2014, Memorial Health Care System will open the new North Tower, a key component in the expansion and renovation projects that will improve and update Memorial’s facilities. This 300,000 square foot structure will be home to patient rooms, cardiac care, the Chapel, and the diabetes and nutrition center. It is an unprecedented opportunity for the community to be involved in and show support of an organization that touches each of our lives.
The Friends of Memorial 2014 campaign wishes to support the efforts of this expansion by contributing to the Friends of Memorial Nutrition Education Room in the diabetes and nutrition center. The programs of the center benefit patients of all ages and from all walks of life throughout our community, helping to prevent and manage chronic conditions, including diabetes and heart disease, through nutrition education, planning and follow-up care.
Donors, such as you, are our most valued supporters and we count on you as our partners. Your gift, large or small, will help build a future of health and wellness for thousands of individuals coping with the debilitating effects of a chronic illness.
Friends of Memorial is an annual campaign for individuals who wish to contribute to Memorial’s healing ministry. For 60 years, Memorial Health Care System has served this community with compassion and dignity for all human life, regardless of ability to pay. No matter the size of your gift, you are helping to ensure that we remain a viable health care provider for our region.
Donors who can support the needs of Memorial with a gift of $100 or more will be recognized in the Foundation’s annual report and will receive the Friends of Memorial membership card, which provides discounts at restaurants and shops in the Bluff View Art District.
The advancement of this campaign benefits all Chattanoogans, and your support is instrumental in funding Memorial’s mission of care into the future. Be a Friend today with a secure online donation or by calling (423) 495-4124.
2014 Friends of Memorial Council
Patti Dungan, Co-chair
Jean Payne, Co-chair
Rev. Dr. James L. Vick