BEEBE MEDICAL FOUNDATION raises money to help fulfill Beebe Healthcare’s mission to encourage healthy living and prevent illness, and to restore optimal health to the people who live in, work in, and visit our community.
One of the most enjoyable ways to raise money for our not-for-profit healthcare system is by accepting donations from those who have received excellent care here at Beebe. Sometimes, they are giving to recognize care they received, other times they give in honor or memory of a loved one. The latter was the case with our recent meeting and donation from the Caggiano family.
Beebe Medical Foundation President and CEO Judy Aliquo (pictured with Vice President of Development Tom Protack and Board Chair Tommy Cooper) reminds us why it’s important to be thankful for Beebe’s role in advancing health and wellbeing in Sussex County.
The Beebe Medical Foundation hosted its Annual 1916 Club Members’ Dinner at Baywood Clubhouse in early October. More than 160 guests enjoyed an elegant evening in the upper Ballroom where Jeffrey M. Fried, FACHE, President and CEO, Beebe Healthcare, and Judy L. Aliquo, President and CEO, Beebe Medical Foundation, shared news of Beebe’s expansion plans for the Lewes, Rehoboth, and Millville areas.
The 1916 Club is a leadership giving society that began during Beebe Healthcare’s 100th Anniversary celebrating its founding date of1916. Members donate $1,916 or more
The Delaware Celebration of Jazz, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which produces the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival has supported Tunnell Cancer Center for many years, and to date has raised more than $77,000. This year the Board of Directors announced a 5-year, $100,000 pledge for Tunnell Cancer Center. This will support plans for a new cancer center in Millville, which is part of Beebe Healthcare’s capital campaign. At the Jazz Festival, the Beebe Medical Foundation unveiled a new method for guests to make direct gifts in a convenient way via texting for people wanting to show their support. The
R. Randall and Peggy Rollins have donated $10 million to the Beebe Medical Foundation and Beebe Healthcare in Lewes.
The gift represents the largest ever received by Beebe, the largest gift in Sussex County and one of the largest made in the state of Delaware, according to a news release from Beebe Healthcare.
“The Rollins family’s gift is so inspirational,” Judy Aliquo, CEO of Beebe Medical Foundation, said in a statement. “This generous investment in Beebe could not have come at a better time as we embark on the
Beebe Healthcare has announced plans for a new $180 million healthcare facility at their campus in Lewes.
The announcement, billed as historic, was made at the Margeret H. Rollins School of Nursing in Lewes on Friday afternoon. With a price-tag of $180 million, the Margeret H. Rollins Pavilion will feature four levels, over 200 private rooms, in order to enlarge the healthcare campus and services.
This new expansion will include both new facilities and new services on three campuses as Beebe Healthcare works to meet the needs of the growing region. Construction on the