PELLA ROLLSCREEN FOUNDATION MAKES A $15,000 DONATION TOWARDS THE ENDURING HOPE CAMPAIGN IN SUPPORT OF A NEW REGIONAL CANCER CENTER AT MCCH

Posted 02/26/2019

Pella Foundation Makes $15k Donation Towards Enduring Hope Campaign

Pella Rollscreen Foundation recently made a $15,000 donation in contribution to the Enduring Hope campaign to be used for the new Regional Cancer Center project. Their Foundation also provided a similar grant to the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House of $10,000. 

The donation brings the total amount raised by the foundation for the project to nearly $200,000, said Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer.

At Pella, their mission is to better the communities around us and invest in the future, especially when it comes to creating opportunity for our youth and making a difference in their everyday lives. The Pella Rolscreen Foundation seeks to improve the “civic, cultural, educational, social and physical environment” of the areas where Pella employees live.

Murray-Calloway County Hospital’s Foundation has committed to raising $6 million of the estimated $12 million cost to build the new Regional Cancer Center.

“We have a lot of positive momentum moving forward with this campaign, and appreciate the community support thus far in responding to this very worthy project. We appreciate all those who have donated, and look forward to reaching our goal and working with future donors,” said Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer.

The Foundation supports MCCH and the community through numerous philanthropic opportunities such as the new Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House, purchase of new, state-of-the-art medical equipment and more. For more information on how you can contribute to the Enduring Hope Campaign, please call Keith Travis at 270.762.1908.

Pictured above left to right: Traci Lawrence, Senior Philanthropy Officer, Don Fraher, Pella Murray Site HR Business Partner, Jeremy Phillips, HR Manager, Donna Herndon, Enduring Hope Campaign Chair, Brad Cary, Senior Plant Manager, Ken Winters, Enduring Hope Committee Member, and Keith Travis, Chief Philanthropy Officer.