The Hartford Hospital Auxiliary Benefit Golf Tournament will be held Monday, September 19, at Tumble Brook Country Club in Bloomfield. The event will mark tournament's 27th year as it benefits the Department of Nursing Education and Research.
The Hartford Hospital Auxiliary Benefit Golf Tournament will be held Monday, September 19, at Tumble Brook Country Club in Bloomfield. The event will mark tournament's 27th year as it benefits the Department of Nursing Education and Research.
A Celebration of 25 Years of the Black & Red 

 

a Community That Cares

 

Hartford Hospital's patients and their families benefit from the fund-raising efforts
of many community groups. Collaborating with local businesses, organizations,
and individuals helps us fulfill our mission of
providing the highest quality care.
The money community groups
raise helps to pay for the resources necessary 
for the best possible care and provides much-needed funds for research

that leads to cures. 


To learn about hosting a fund-raising event to support Hartford Hospital's programs
and services,
click here.

Go to our upcoming events page to read more about the fund-raising events
featured in the photos above
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Hartford Hospital is fortunate to benefit from the fund-raising efforts and generosity of the community, enabling us to fulfill our vision to be the regional destination provider of innovative and complex care.  Community fund-raising events play a special role in philanthropy at Hartford Hospital as special events help raise funds that directly impact the services that the Hospital provides to the community.  We enjoy working collaboratively with local businesses, organizations and individuals who want to raise money to support our programs and services. - See more at: https://giving.harthosp.org/Community_Fundraisers#sthash.ZMFabo8h.dpuf

 

 

 Honoring A Colleague

Newington Fire Police 2016

Prasad Srinivasan, MD, and his wife Kala Prasad have made a gift of $50,000 to Hartford Hospital to support the training and education provided through the hospital’s Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI) - See more at: https://giving.harthosp.org/news--announcements/news-briefs#sthash.KhyPG8te.dpuf

A gift from the Newington police and fire departments in honor of Newington dispatcher Kimberly King will help fill amenities bags for Breast Care Program patients. More.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 YLAC SUPPORTS BROWNSTONE

YLAC Spring Into Action 2016

Hartford Hospital’s Young Leaders Advisory Council’s signature fund-raising event Spring Into Action nets more than $21,500 for the Brownstone Clinic. More.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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