Door County Medical Center Auxiliary Fulfills $250,000 Pledge

When the Door County Medical Center proposed a new, state-of-the-art skilled nursing facility in 2018, the DCMC Auxiliary stepped forward to make a bold pledge of $250,000 over five years. That pledge was fulfilled Sept. 13 when a $45,000 check was presented to Brian Stephens, DCMC president and CEO, during the Auxiliary’s annual luncheon.

“The pledge was primarily met from the proceeds of our annual House & Garden Walk and the Auxiliary Gift Shop,” said Maribeth Hetherington. “Having the privilege of serving as Auxiliary president as we worked on this commitment, I was especially delighted to complete the pledge ahead of schedule.”

Now that the pledge has been fulfilled, future House & Garden Walk and gift shop proceeds will go toward DCMC’s initiative to provide enhanced behavioral health services to the community.

Find out more about the DCMC Auxiliary by contacting Robin Hamm-Jackson at 920.746.3609 or [email protected].

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