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A publication for the members of Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild Association
Each year, a portion of the funds guilds have raised for uncompensated care is directed to the Funding Focus, a program that targets a priority funding need selected by the Guild Association Board of Trustees.
The fiscal year 2014 Funding Focus will provide $1.5 million to be allocated across three areas: early childhood mental health care; a fellowship to train physicians to provide care for victims of child abuse; and construction of a rooftop terrace at the hospital. …cont.
Paying your guild membership dues is an easy way to make a difference for kids. This year, dues payments contributed $155,000 to Seattle Children’s. Pay your fiscal year 2014 dues now.
The Guild Association recently asked a few guild members to tell us what makes them effective fundraisers.
With their answers, we’ve put together this list of tips. …cont.
“There’s something about being in a garden,” says guild member June Boeing. “Looking at the sky and hearing birds sing enhances your well-being.”
When Boeing, a longtime Seattle Children’s supporter and avid gardener, heard about the hospital’s wish to construct a rooftop terrace, she knew supporting that effort was important to her. …cont.
Guild News is an e-mail newsletter sent three times a year that includes articles about what's happening at the Guild Association and highlights of guild fundraising successes.
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