Employees Gave Strong, Changing Lives Despite Economy
Despite a challenging economy, the employees at High Point Regional Health System (HPRHS) raised more than $106,000 to complete the first-ever annual employee giving campaign, with a theme of Give Strong! Change Lives.
Our employees truly gave from their hearts, said Denise Potter, executive director of development. They joined hands with the community in support of this hospital showing that together, we can make a difference!
More than 520 employees gave, with gifts ranging from $1 to more than $1,000.
Employee donations will be distributed to four different beneficiaries: area of greatest need, project care, patient special needs and adult health center. Employees were given the option of designating where they would like their gift to go.
The area of greatest needš provides financial support to important patient care programs, services and technology that have the greatest need in the health system. Project care assists employees who experience a catastrophic emergency. Patient special needs helps HPRHS patients who are in a crisis situation and have an immediate need for support. For example, this may include providing clothing for discharge, meals and/or other special needs. Adult health center provides primary care and pharmacy services to uninsured and underinsured Guilford County residents who reside in High Point
This annual giving campaign was organized by our own employees, Potter said. We take pride in ensuring that state-of-the-art patient care services and programs are available locally.
Chad Campbell (336) 878-6200
High Point Regional Health System