Annual Donor Report:July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018
The success and growth of our patient services depends on the generosity and compassion of our community. Since our founding in 1998, CVIM has enjoyed the support of many individuals, faith-based and civic organizations, foundations, and businesses in the region.Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) would not exist without the generosity and vision of its benefactors. Over the last 20 years, philanthropic gifts have supported our patients, expanded our programs, and enhanced our facility.
We are pleased to recognize the incredible generosity of those who supported CVIM through their charitable giving in fiscal year 2018 (Gifts made from July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018). CVIM makes every effort to ensure accuracy in this report. For questions or more information, please call our Development Office at (610) 836-5990, ext. 132, or email email@example.com. If you would like to learn more about how you can become a donor, click here.
The Pillar Society
The Pillar Society honors donors whose cumulative giving of financial or in-kind services has reached or exceeded $100,000. CVIM supporters, employees, and Board members gathered to induct the latest Pillar Society members and to celebrate the spirit of philanthropy that makes CVIM such a special place.
|Members of The Pillar Society|
Circle of Healing
Donors who make cumulative gift commitments of $25,000 or more to Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) are recognized as CVIM’s Circle of Healing. By having the compassion and conviction to give at this level, these charitable investors demonstrate strong and purposeful giving that inspires others to make good happen.
|Circle of Healing|
The Harrison Society
The Harrison Society of Community Volunteers in Medicine 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. Dr. Harrison began volunteering at CVIM in 2006 after a 38 year career as a cardiologist at Bryn Mawr Hospital/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. We acknowledge and thank our members of The Harrison Society for their generous support of $1,000 or more to CVIM for the fiscal year.
|Members of the Harrison Society|
Sponsors, Contributors, and Members
Community Volunteers in Medicine recognizes that every year, many devoted individuals, foundations, corporations, and other community partners contribute to our mission. We are pleased to honor those who have given $100 or more in a single year to our Annual Fund. Annual support is the foundation for our future.
|Please click here for a complete list of these generous community donors|