Support Highlands Hospital
We sincerely appreciate the generosity of those who support Highlands Hospital in our quest to build a stronger future. As our local area continues to grow, Highlands Hospital is committed to providing enhanced medical care, more skilled jobs, and increased community outreach to help our community members lead longer, healthier lives. Sometimes, every minute counts, which is why we are proud to offer state-of-the-art health care close to home for you and your family. By giving to Highlands Hospital, you help us to remain on the forefront of medical care while working individually with families in need— our success is not measured in buildings, but in a million life-saving moments made possible by your support. All gifts, regardless of size, do make a difference. Donors may choose to give to specific programs or centers, including the Regional Center for Autism, Behavioral Health Services, Diabetes Care, Transportation Services, Community Outreach, or an area of greatest need.
Making a gift online is fast, easy, and secure. If you have any questions regarding your donation, please contact Vicki Meier at (724) 626-2440, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding the Autism Center
Presently, 1 out of every 94 children has, or will be diagnosed with autism. It is a modern-day epidemic that affects a staggering number of individuals in our very own communities. Of the families who have inquired about the Highlands Regional Center for Autism, the majority cannot afford services. It is urgent that we provide children diagnosed with autism the opportunity for a better life regardless of their economic limitations.
Currently, our Center’s most critical need is tuition funding for those children whose families cannot afford the program.
With your help, an endowment fund can be created. Annual contributions and an endowment will help fill critical staffing positions, buy equipment, and fund programming and activities. Through your generosity, families can be saved and dreams realized. The Regional Center for Autism changes lives.
The Edward V. Monaghan Charitable Youth Foundation recently donated to the Highlands Hospital Regional Center for Autism. Seated from left are Virginia Monaghan of Monessen, wife and board member; Michelle Cunningham, hospital CEO; second row, Sandra Monaghan Rantovich, sister and board member; back row, Vicki Meier, hospital director of development; Jim Kline, friend and board member; Ted Barnett, friend and board member; George Rantovich, brother-in-law and board member, and John Andursky, hospital CFO.
It is our privilege to be the healthcare provider of choice in the Fayette Country region, and we take our commitment to our community seriously. Thank you for your consideration and generosity. For more information on giving opportunities, please contact Vicki Meier at (724) 626-2440 or email@example.com. We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding gifts or donations.