The Morris Hospital Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1994. The Foundation provides for funding for programs and equipment purchases which may not otherwise be possible for the Hospital or would require more time for the Hospital to fund through its operations.
Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, the Foundation receives gifts of all sizes from individuals, local businesses, grantors, employees and physicians, grateful patients and their families, and others who are invested in the health of our community.
Throughout the year the Morris Hospital Auxiliary and Foundation make possible many different Hospital programs and services. These programs include Camp 911, Employee and Volunteer Emergency/Disaster Hardship Relief, Patient Transportation, LifeLife(R), Medication Dispenser Program, Rhythm of our Youth, Scholarships, and the Frederick E. Butts Serenity Garden. To learn more about the Morris Hospital Foundation’s annual programs and services, please click here.
The Morris Hospital Foundation is governed by a Board of up to 20 Directors. The Board, composed of community members, volunteer their time to set strategic direction, provide fiduciary oversight and set policy.
The following community members currently serve on the Morris Hospital Foundation Board of Directors:
- George McComb – President
- Joan Harrop – Vice President
- Tracy Zabel – Treasurer
- Ernie Lindsay – Secretary
- Brian Angwin
- Dianne Breslar
- Pete Brummel
- Becky DiVincenzo
- Jeri Dolezal
- Carol Harrington
- Janis Hedenschoug
- Greg Lyons
- Dr. John Roth, Jr.
- Judie Roth
- Nicole Schaefer
- Tania Schwer
- Dr. Beatriz Setrini
- Rita Smith
- Sue Szumski
Tribute Gifts – By making a tribute gift, the Morris Hospital Foundation can help you create expressions of celebration, offer remembrance, say thank you, and bestow honor. You can celebrate someone special with an outright donation of any size, a commemorative Serenity Garden brick, or Tribute bench. Learn more about Tribute gifts here!
CELEBRATE: Mark special occasions like the birth of a new baby, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or birthday with a gift that will always be remembered.
REMEMBER: Create a lasting testimonial to commemorate the life of your loved one
GIVE THANKS: Say “thank you” to the extraordinary people in your life
HONOR: Recognize doctors, nurses, or other caregivers for exceptional & compassionate care