Each year the Healthcare Foundation at Glendale Adventist Medical Center hosts several special events to raise funds and awareness of the Medical Center. Over the past 30 years, these special events have evolved into signature events and have raised more than $10 million to benefit many services and programs including:
- Oncology Unit
- Palliative Care
- Multislice CT Scanner
- Spine Institute
- Women's and Children's Services
In the spring, the Healthcare Foundation holds its annual "Reaching New Heights" Gala. This formal affair includes dinner, a live auction, entertainment and awards presentations.
Each year the committee selects persons to receive the Erwin J. Remboldt Founder's Award for outstanding individual philanthropy, the Georgia Abelmann Award for outstanding contributions to our community, the Frank F. Dupper Award for outstanding corporate philanthropy and the Spirit of Life Award for physician philanthropy.
The Gala proceeds benefit many different projects. Sponsorships for the event come primarily from board members, physician groups and community organizations. Each sponsorship level includes dinner table reservations, recognition in the evening's program book and additional selected benefits. 500-600 people attend the Gala each year and the net proceeds of the event average $350,000.
In the fall, the Healthcare Foundation holds its annual Golf Classic. The full-day event, held at Angeles National Golf Club, includes two flights—one at 7:30AM and another at 1:00PM—barbecue lunch and buffet dinner followed by an awards program. The evening program also includes a silent auction, live auction and opportunity drawings.Contests are integrated into the tournament throughout the day and awards are given for contests, as well as team low gross and low net scores.
The Doty Perpetual Trophy is given to the two teams that include at least two physicians in their foursome and who have the lowest gross and lowest net score.The Medical Center leadership determines a project for which the golf proceeds will be used. Sponsorships for the event come primarily from community businesses and friends of the Medical Center. The sponsorships include a foursome or twosome of players, a tee sign on the course, and an advertisement in the evening's program book. Net proceeds of the event average $150,000 - $175,000.
See a list of our 2013 sponsors.
To learn more about these and other events at the Healthcare Foundation at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, call (818) 409-8055.