Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation recently awarded five scholarships to area students who are pursuing health care careers.
The fundraising goal of Boots & Bar-B-Que and the upcoming Celebration Basket Raffles is $60,000, and over $42,000 was raised at the dinner event.
The drawings for the winners of each basket will take place at noon Friday, May 12. Raffle tickets can be purchased from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 6 a.m. to noon Friday. Raffle tickets will be sold onsite throughout the week for $2 each, or for $5 for three tickets.
Six scholarships are available to those who are pursuing or continuing education in a health-related career field. Applications must be submitted online between March 1 and April 7.
Two growing in their careers in the medical field receive scholarships from Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation.
Nicole Ortiz of Harrisonville finished the race as the overall female winner with a time of 23:59, and Zach Feurt of Garden City won first place in the race and finished as the overall male winner with a time of 19:51.
To learn more about how to honor or memorialize a loved one with the purchase of a garden feature, please contact Melissa Lattin, Cass Regional Foundation assistant, at (816) 380-5888, extension 4810, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event co-founders and Cass Regional Foundation discontinue the Healthy Angels Ride as a motorcycle ride fundraiser. Declining participation, increased costs, and risks involved with motorcycle safety were contributing factors determining the decision.
Inside Scoop event proves positive results for Cass Regional Foundation
Five scholarships are available online to apply for through Cass Regional Foundation. See the link within the article to complete an application. Direct all scholarship related questions to Melissa Lattin at (816) 380-5888, extension 4810, or email email@example.com.
Peculiar Charitable Foundation gifted $8,000 to Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation to assist Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation programs and the Patient Assistance Fund.
Kelsey Cumpton has been chosen to receive the Geraldine Kidd Scholarship. This scholarship was funded by friends and family in memory of Geraldine Kidd.
'Giving Tuesday' is a global day devoted to giving back to the community and causes close to one’s heart. On Tuesday, Dec. 1, give to Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation. Learn more about how your support can help disadvantaged patients and other causes the Foundation assists.
The Foundation is accepting applications for the Geraldine Kidd Scholarship. Kidd was an employee and longtime supporter of Cass Regional Medical Center.
Katy Crabtree, RN, BSN, received The Foundation Award and Alex James and Dorothy James accepted The Dr. Harold E. Kirsch Award on behalf of the family of William “Bill” James.
Cookbook created and sold in honor of a longtime supporter and volunteer. The sale also serves as a fundraiser for the Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation. Sale begins Nov. 19.
The Jan Perry Scholarship is $1,500, which will be paid directly to Park University on Amber Zuber's behalf.
150 participants helped raise over $5,700 for the Patient Assistance Fund prior to expenses,
Mark your calendar! The 6th annual Grin & Bear It 5K will also feature a Family Fun Run, free health screenings and children's activities, as well as the annual Plant Sale.
The Patient Assistance Fund, which helps disadvantaged Cass Regional patients with resources such as medications, home care supplies and transportation after they are discharged from the hospital.
Cass Regional Foundation awards $5,000 in scholarships to five area students who are pursuing careers in health care.
Cass Regional Medical Center Foundation’s “The Annual Fundraising Dinner That Wasn’t” has raised over $30,000