Shannan Hartel Xavier Art Supplies
Student Shannan Hartel coordinated fundraising events to purchase art supplies for children and adolescent patients at St. Elizabeth Hospital. These fun supplies went to support our young patients in both the pediatrics department and the inpatient child and adolescent behavioral health unit. We're so grateful for in kind donations like Shannan's - thank you!

The New London High School football team had their 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness game this football season, and for the second year donated proceeds to the St. Elizabeth Hospital Breast Center. The students and community rallied behind the team, raising an incredible $3,598.10 to support our patients receiving care for breast cancer. We are so grateful and impressed by this philanthropic group of young men!


 Boldt 125 ThanksThe Boldt Company celebrated 125 years in business in 2014.  125 Thanks is their way of allowing 125 of their employees to support the communities in which they live and work by donating to a non-profit organization of their choice.  Kelsey Vende Hei chose to support Affinity Medical Group Children's Health Center and Reach Out and Read.  

Reach Out and Read prepares America’s youngest children to succeed in school with clinicians prescribing books and encouraging families to read together, making literacy promotion a standard part of pediatric care. The program begins at the 6-month checkup and continues through age 5, setting the stage for children to develop a lifetime love of books and learning.

On December 22, 2014, Menasha's High School Student Council delivered over $1,000.00 worth of gifts for our pediatric patients aged 4 to 15.  Thank you to all of the students who made this possible. Your generosity and thoughtfulness helped make Christmas a little brighter for young patients hospitalized over the holidays.

Bruce and Nancy Chudacoff are long time friends of the St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation.  Their December 17, 2014 donation of $1,800.00 to the Radiation/OncoloNancy & Bruce Chudacoffgy department honors the wonderful staff. The gift amount has a significant meaning. In Hebrew the number 18 means “life”.  This is exactly what the staff gives the individuals undergoing treatment – life.  The department will use the funds to purchase an ice/water machine for use by patients undergoing treatment.  Many patients have found ice chips to be extremely beneficial in helping with some of the side effects of radiation treatments. Both ice chips and water help produce a soothing, cooling sensation for patients.


Thank you, Nancy and Bruce, for your continued strong support of the foundation.

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