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A group of committed community leaders that cultivate philanthropic support for Clovis Community Medical Center.
Recent generous gifts to Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital totaled $100,000 from donors who were impressed with the hospital’s leadership and its surgical programs.
Marketing students at California State University, Fresno applied concepts learned in the classroom to events they hoped would earn spots in the “Guinness Book of World Records” – and they raised money for Community Regional Medical Center’s neuroscience institute.
Clovis Community Medical Center is on the brink of transformation.
Thank you to the Briscoe Family Foundation for pledging $25,000 to Terry’s House. Terry’s House is a 17,000-square-foot, two-story home within walking distance of Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno. This hospitality home aims to keep families close in their greatest times of need by providing an affordable, family-centered residence for families with loved ones receiving care at Community Regional.
The Leon S. Peters Rehabilitation Center, known for its expertise in helping those with spinal injuries and traumatic brain injuries, will be able to add more specialized equipment and technology thanks to the estate of Alice A. Peters, wife of the center’s namesake.
Did you know that in 2013, when Clovis Community Medical Center finishes its $300 million expansion, 115,000 cubic yards of earth will be moved? That’s enough to fill 14,500 dump trucks. And it will take another 1,200 trucks to deliver the 10,000 cubic yards of concrete to finish this monumental project.
After more than a month, support for Terry’s House – the 20-bedroom hospitality home across the street from Community Regional Medical Center – continues with employees from Pelco, a Clovis electronics surveillance manufacturing company, visiting the home and presenting a $2,915 check. Donations like Pelco’s go a long way toward helping the families have a place to stay while their loved ones receive critical care at Community Regional.