Open Your Hearts So Residents Will Always Have a Home at Bethesda

Bethesda Health | April 8, 2014

Hearts for Our Homes 2014

Bethesda is kicking off its Spring 2014 fund raising campaign, Hearts for Our Homes, May 19-30. This year’s fund raising activities will have even more significance as Bethesda celebrates its 125th Anniversary. In honor of this special birthday, all donors to Hearts for Our Homes are encouraged to join the 125th Anniversary Club, which recognizes them with a specially designed anniversary lapel pin and mug emblematic for their generous donation.

lapel pin and mug

  Why Your Gift Is So Important:
2014 Employee Ambassadors:
2014 Employee Ambassadors

Front Row: Sandra Zanzie, Susan LeBar, Andrea Snyder, Sanna King, Pam Johnson, Ruthann Wolz, Maryanne Potts
Back row: Mitche Beuke, Pam Moore, Nathan Torno, Sherry Ehrler, Susan Trout, Kelly Maier, Graciel Mendoza, Sarita Weldon, Jann Outman (not pictured)

Join us as we celebrate Bethesda’s 125th Anniversary and help us reach our fund raising goal of $85,000 for Hearts for Our Homes with your gift today.

Open your hearts so residents will always have a place to call home at Bethesda.Make your contribution by May 30, 2014.

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Campaign Kick Off – Featuring “Hearts for Our Homes Baby” Rap Video


Hearts for Our Homes ambassadors perform an inspirational rap to kick off the beginning of the 2014 fundraising campaign. Hearts for Our Homes, baby!” Click to watch now.

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