St. Jude Medical Center's Neighbors Helping Neighbors Concert on the Hill Event Raises $229,000 to Support Healthier Communities
FULLERTON, CA – Thanks to the generosity of our loyal supporters, the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Concert on the Hill event raised over $229,000 for Providence St. Jude Medical Center’s Care for the Poor Programs.
The event was held on September 30, 2021 at Summit House Restaurant and featured performances from Matt Mauser and the Pete Jacobs Big Band in support of Unity House, a new recuperative care facility made possible by a partnership with the Illumination Foundation. This life changing program will serve vulnerable women experiencing homelessness who have been hospitalized, and those at risk of homelessness. Sister Jane Frances Legacy Society Members were also honored at the event to recognize how they have helped secure our hospital’s future by including Providence St. Jude in their estate plans.
To view photos from this exciting night, visit Providence St. Jude Memorial Foundation’s Facebook page.
For more information on future events supporting Providence St. Jude Medical Center, contact the Memorial Foundation at 714-992-3033 or email SJMF@providence.org.
About St. Jude Medical Center
St. Jude Medical Center is a faith-based 320-bed tertiary care hospital in Fullerton, California. Established more than 60 years ago by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, the Magnet-designated hospital has earned a reputation for clinical excellence, including being named one of California’s best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. The nonprofit hospital is one of less than 200 in the nation to be designated an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and one of just 62 to be named a Joint Commission center of excellence in joint replacement.
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