Pullman, WA— Nearly 800 families, individuals and businesses are acknowledged in the new recognition display celebrating lifetime giving in support of Pullman Regional Hospital.
The new wall-mounted display, located just outside of the hospital’s Red Sage Café, was the work of a committee of Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation and hospital employees and volunteer Foundation Board member Sarah Druffel.
“This display stands for such a profound commitment to generosity,” said Scott Adams, Pullman Regional Hospital CEO. “For every person named, there is a story about this hospital. That’s hundreds of experiences, which then served as a catalyst to make a gift and make a meaningful difference.”
Local photographer, Tony Thurber with Fine Art Photography, is credited for the background image of the rolling hills of the Palouse. Thurber won the photo contest promoted through the hospital’s Facebook page and donated the use of his art for the display.
“We are so excited to have this space to recognize the generosity of so many. Our donors are critical to us in ensuring the continuity of excellence of Pullman Regional Hospital, and this is but one way we can say ‘Thank You!’” said Pat Wright, Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation Board President.
For questions about donor recognition or supporting Pullman Regional Hospital with a gift, contact Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation at (509) 332-2046 or visit www.pullmanregional.org/foundation.
Contact: Alison Weigley, Assistant Director of Development, Marketing & Major Gifts
Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation