Mount St. Mary’s Hospital has partnered with DiMino’s Lewiston Tops in a special “Care to Give” campaign to celebrate the dedication of our nurses and doctors. Gifts made will benefit ongoing needs related to COVID-19.
One of the strongest ways many people have been supported throughout the pandemic is through receiving healthcare.
Care to Give is a campaign to celebrate and honor the nurses and doctors who answered the call to serve our community in time of need. Please take a moment to read a reflection from a patient and consider making a gift for the ongoing needs of our hospital.
Care to Give
As we know, 2020 has been anything but normal. From healthcare, to education, to business and of course our own family dynamics, we have felt the various effects of the COVID pandemic and continue to do what we can do to support each other.
One of the strongest ways many have been supported throughout the pandemic is through receiving healthcare. The special work of our nurses and doctors has been vital for the overall success and recovery of so many in our community and throughout Western New York. During this time, we would normally be preparing for our 21st Annual Good Works Gala which, held each September, raises substantial funds for important projects and much needed equipment at the hospital. Since we are unable to host this main fundraiser in 2020, we are excited to launch a new giving platform– “Care to Give,” which will be held in place of our Good Works Gala.
We are very excited to announce Anthony DiMino and DiMino’s Lewiston Tops has stepped forward to lead the “Care to Give” campaign which will celebrate the dedication of our nurses and doctors. We invite you to participate alongside DiMino’s Lewiston Tops in this year’s special giving campaign, “Care to Give.”
All gifts received through this special “Care to Give” campaign will directly benefit Mount St. Mary’s Hospital by providing philanthropic support for our recovery efforts.
Mount St. Mary’s has been and continues to be impacted financially in various ways:
- Need for increased health care providers and staff
- Need for increased purchase of personal protective equipment and screening materials
- Need for more technology to assist with virtual medical visits
- Decrease in surgical procedures and diagnostic imaging services
- Decrease in ability to host fundraising events