The Harrison Society of Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) proudly honors the legacy of Dr. Frank S. Harrison Jr., whose love of learning, dedication to excellent patient care and philanthropic generosity forever impacted the patient lives he touched at CVIM.
Launched in March 2017, The Harrison Society is a philanthropic society recognizing and honoring those who make a gift of $1,000 or more to CVIM on an annual basis. To date, there are close to 140 current members of The Harrison Society comprised of dedicated supporters from our community.
Dr. Harrison began volunteering at CVIM in 2006 after a 38 year career as a cardiologist at Main Line Health. Following his motto to “live life with gusto and resolve,” he spent 10 years providing free healthcare to the most vulnerable among us in the Chester County region. He believed everyone had a basic right to quality medical care and treated each patient he served with compassion and dignity.
CVIM is the healthcare home where the community comes together to provide free healthcare, hope and healing to those who have no other place to turn for medical and dental care and health education.
Today, the need for CVIM remains as strong as it was when we opened our doors almost two decades ago.
Become a Member of The Harrison Society Today
By making a gift of $1,000 or more, become a CVIM donor and join a community of supporters who share a dedication to our mission. Honor Dr. Harrison’s memory and help CVIM remain responsive to the growing healthcare needs in Chester County and beyond.
Please click here to give online now and become a member of The Harrison Society
Benefits of membership
- Annual recognition dinner with the President of CVIM for members only
- Recognition in CVIM’s Annual Report to Donors (unless anonymity is requested)
- Receive CVIM’s bi-annual newsletter
- Named recognition on CVIM’s Donor Wall
Gifts may be made by check, credit card or marketable securities. For more information about The Harrison Society, please contact Jason Arbacheski, Director of Development at 610-836-5990, ext. 132.