Hearts for Our Homes, Bethesda’s annual spring fundraising campaign, is just around the corner – May 18-29. Campaign proceeds (which totaled more than $100,000 last year) will benefit residents with limited resources who live in our Bethesda communities or receive Bethesda services.
When our seniors have exhausted their financial resources and are no longer able to pay for care or services, Bethesda’s Humanitarian Care Fund is there for them. Hundreds of residents benefit with this campaign raising money from amusing events, such as “kiss-a-cow” contests, pie throws and raffles, as well as from generous gifts of individual donors.
A gift to Hearts for Our Homes can be earmarked for a favorite Bethesda community or service. Donors who give $50 or more receive a set of Bethesda coasters – there is a limited supply, so don’t miss out! To make a gift online today, click here.
Join us for Trivia Night, June 5
In addition to supporting Hearts for Our Homes with a donation, Bethesda welcomes your participation in our annual Trivia Night, Friday, June 5th at Bethesda Dilworth.
Trivia night is open to the public, so gather co-workers, family, and friends and register your team. Bring your favorite appetizer. Beer and wine provided. Enjoy a fun-filled evening while raising money to help seniors. Prizes and fun throughout the night: mulligans, silent auction, 50/50 and more.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. with trivia starting at 7:30 p.m.
9645 Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63122.
Register your own trivia team here for $25 per person for a team table of 10.
Open your hearts so residents will always have a place to call home at Bethesda. Make your contribution by May 29, 2015. Donate today!
2015 Hearts for Our Homes Ambassadors
Mitch Beuke, Gwen Cabe, Katie Czarnecki, Julie Darnold Atkins, Dorothy Gannon, Debbie Gould, Mark Jeffries, Pam Johnson, Jan Keale, Sanna King, Kelly Maier, Pam Moore, Justin Oakes, Toni Pulaski, Fran Russell, Kathy Strow, Cathy Taylor, Joe Thomas, Nathan Torno, Sarita Weldon, Sarah West, DeCarla Williams, Sandra Zanzie
Why Your Gift Is So Important
- Your tax-deductible gift helps ensure that residents will always have a home at Bethesda.
- Your support makes it possible for the BHG Foundation to subsidize nearly $12 million in humanitarian care (financial assistance) that Bethesda provides to residents in need.
- With the future of Medicare and Medicaid funding in question, Bethesda counts on your private contribution to meet the increasing need for financial assistance.
- For the third year in a row, you also can support a scholarship fund benefiting employees who are pursing continued education.