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Donor Wall Unveiling


 MCCH Donor WallPictured left to right: Jerry Penner, CEO, Jan Dalton, Donor, and Keith Travis, VP of Development



The Murray-Calloway Endowment for Healthcare held its 6th annual unveiling of the Donor Wall on Friday, November 10.

“The continued growth of the donor wall is indicative of the support given by the community to the Endowment and the hospital,” said Keith Travis, VP of Development.

In the South Tower of MCCH there was a presentation given and the donor wall was unveiled. Names of individuals and businesses with a cumulative donation of $1,000 or more are placed on the wall, which is updated annually. This year, 26 new names were added increasing the total donors to 430 based on donations of $5.67 million.

“The names on the wall represent over a million dollars in new funds donated, and today was a celebration of continued support to MCCH as a not-for-profit hospital,” Travis said.

During the ceremony, MCCH CEO Jerry Penner told the audience of the many initiatives of the Endowment, including the hospice house which has been open for a year and the successes with that service, equipment that has been purchased, and announced the opportunity to support a new cancer center and equipment campaign.



Zweedyk donates AED to Watch through MC Endowment for Healthcare



Zweedyk Donates AED to WATCH

Kay Zweedyk of Hardin, KY recently made a donation to the Murray-Calloway Endowment for Healthcare to purchase an AED for the WATCH Center on Main Street in Murray.   

Pictured, from left, Keith Travis, MCCH VP of Development, Judge Executive Larry Elkins, Eddie Clyde Hale, Magistrate, Regina Slaughter, WATCH Executive Director, Stephen Norsworthy, WATCH participant, and Kay Zweedyk of Hardin, KY.




Kiwanis Club of Mayfield Donates to Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare


Kiwanis Club donates to Endowment
The Kiwanis Club of Mayfield, KY, recently donated $100 to the Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare towards the cancer program. For more information on how you can be involved in community projects, please contact Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer at 270.227.0253.


Pictured: Gloria Galloway, President, Kiwanis Club of Mayfield, with Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer at Murray-Calloway County Hospital.