At New England Baptist Hospital, the generosity of our donors, grateful patients, and friends strengthens our ability to provide patients with exceptional musculoskeletal care—and brings us closer to our goal of becoming the best musculoskeletal hospital anywhere.
We are grateful to each of you for your support, and we hope you are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for New England Baptist Hospital.
The health care industry is in the midst of a transformation driven by innovation, shifting health care policy, and even greater demand for high-quality care at reasonable cost.
NEBH has been called upon to take a leadership role in the formation of a world-class health care system in which it will be the sole specialty provider.
This strategic merger will create the second-largest health care system in Massachusetts and will provide care for millions of patients, dramatically expanding our regional reach and bringing New England Baptist Hospital care to many more patients.
Our goal is to seize this opportunity to maintain and enhance our reputation as one of the best musculoskeletal hospitals in the nation.
We seek philanthropic support to achieve this goal, securing our future and preserving the culture of excellence that has set us apart.
Strategic philanthropic investments will strengthen the hospital as it enters the new system, while keeping NEBH poised to capitalize on future opportunities.
By enhancing selected priority programs, NEBH will accelerate its ability to provide the best musculoskeletal care to more patients, enter the newly formed system in a position of strength, and fulfill our moral and ethical obligations to the patients and physicians who believe in and rely upon the Baptist as their orthopedic hospital.
Philanthropic investments will be made in three areas: People, Programs, Places
To learn more about our campaign, please contact our Office of Philanthropy at 617-754-6880.
Rose Society members are a special group of donors who share a commitment to securing the Hospital’s future success. Unrestricted leadership gifts of $1,000 or more to the NEBH Annual Fund are recognized within the Rose Society and provide essential funds to areas of the hospital where the need is greatest.
The Physicians’ Heritage Society recognizes the generosity of physicians who make significant philanthropic gifts to NEBH—with cumulative giving of $10,000 or more—to advance the Hospital’s strategic priorities.
The 1893 Legacy Society was established to recognize, honor, and thank individuals during their lifetime for provisions they have made to New England Baptist Hospital through estate planning. This honorary society recognizes the generosity of those special friends who provide a permanent legacy.
Learn more or join the Rose Society, Physicians’ Heritage Society, or the 1893 Legacy Society by contacting the Office of Philanthropy at 617-754-6880 or email@example.com
This newsletter highlights the stories of our generous donors and the progress they make possible, physician and caregiver profiles, event coverage, our annual donor rolls, and ways to get involved.
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New England Baptist Hospital’s 2017 Rose Society Dinner was held on Thursday, October 19 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston. The annual event is a celebratory gathering in honor of the Rose Society—those generous and enthusiastic supporters who made gifts of $1,000 or more to the NEBH Annual Fund in fiscal year 2017. Our Rose Society members are a special group, committed to securing the Hospital’s future success.
New England Baptist Hospital’s Trish Hannon, President and CEO, and Sam Samsel, Chair of NEBH’s Board of Trustees, welcomed guests, sharing their gratitude for each and every member of the Rose Society and providing highlights of accomplishments and plans for the future.
The evening also included the presentation of the 2017 Kirkby Memorial Service Award. Established in 2002, the Kirkby Award is given to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to the mission, vision, and values of the hospital. The 2017 Kirkby Award recipient was Peter B. Nichols, Vice Chair of NEBH’s Board of Trustees.
Please join the Rose Society by making a gift of $1,000 or more. Contact the Office of Philanthropy at 617-754-6880 or make a gift here. We look forward to welcoming you to the Rose Society.
Team NEBH crushed the sopping wet 2018 Boston Marathon! Runners Connie Dawson, Kerry Feltner, Erika Giovanniello, and James Hogan finished strong in the driving rain and wind and raised a total of $34,000 for NEBH programs and services.
If you would like to learn more about our Boston Marathon Team, please contact Melanie Saunders, Director, Annual Fund, at 617-754-5661 or email@example.com.
NEBH Celebrates 125 Extraordinary Years at the 2018 Gala
On April 26, members of the NEBH community gathered at the Four Seasons Boston to celebrate the Hospital’s 125th anniversary, with a special focus on the NEBH Fellowship Program, which prepares the next generation of orthopedic specialists to care for patients in “The Baptist Way.” The event raised nearly $725,000, a portion of which will underwrite Fellowships. A special thank you to our Gala sponsors and attendees!
Our community fundraising program is fueled by grateful patients, their families, NEBH employees, and partnering businesses and organizations who host events and organize fundraisers for expert musculoskeletal care at New England Baptist Hospital.
From golf tournaments and spin classes to dinner parties and bake sales, there are many fun and easy ways to participate in our community fundraising program. Use your creativity and passion to raise funds that can be directed to a specific area of the Hospital, or to where the need and opportunity is greatest.
Our team is ready to talk through your ideas, share best practices and advice, and help set you up for a successful fundraiser. Contact the Office of Philanthropy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-754-6800 today to get started!
If you do not wish to receive future fundraising communications, please contact us by e-mail, call us toll-free at 844-275-1581, or send a letter to the Office of Philanthropy, New England Baptist Hospital, 125 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02120. Please allow 10 business days for processing.
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Vice President, Philanthropy
Beatriz R. Adrianzen
Director, Philanthropy Operations
Director of Major Gifts and Campaign Planning
Annual Fund Officer
Officer, Annual Fund
Executive Director, Major & Planned Giving
Director, Annual Fund
Katie Quackenbush Spiegel
Advisor, Communications and Sponsorship