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Giving Clubs


1902 logoOne way we honor and recognize our donors for their generosity and support is through our giving clubs
The 1902 Club is an association of individuals deeply interested in Frederick Memorial Hospital and in continuing the provision of quality healthcare services. Members contribute to FMH to help provide state-of-the-art equipment vitally needed to keep pace with today's rapid advances in medical technology, necessary new services and expansion of FMH. Members of the 1902 Club contribute $100 or more annually to Frederick Memorial Hospital.

1902 Club levels of support include: Platinum—$1,000 Gold—$500 Silver —$250 Bronze—$100

When making a gift online (link) to join or to make a pledge payment, please select "1902 Club" as the Designation. For more information on the 1902 Club, please download our 1902 Club Brochure (PDF). 
    
Corp Honor RollThe Corporate Honor Roll program provides financial assistance to implement the Frederick Memorial Hospital's strategic capital goals. Members include a diverse group of local businesses, organizations and foundations dedicated to helping FMH fulfill its commitment to serving the total healthcare needs of our community. Membership in the Corporate Honor Roll creates a special partnership between the business community and FMH, with the mutual goal of bringing down healthcare costs and providing excellence in healthcare for the Frederick community.

Levels of support within the Corporate Honor Roll include: Platinum—$100,000+ Gold—$50,000 Silver—$25,000 Bronze—$10,000 Members—$5,000 When making a gift online (link) to join or to make a pledge payment, please select "Corporate Honor Roll" as the Designation. Download copies of our Corporate Honor Roll Brochure (PDF) & Corporate Honor Roll Benefits Listing (PDF). 

Good SamThe Order of the Good Samaritan was established in 1989 to recognize the Frederick Memorial Hospital's most generous benefactors. These compassionate individuals united by the honorary distinction share a profound commitment to FMH and to its tradition of quality in healthcare services. Invitations to join the Order of the Good Samaritan are extended to those individuals who accept the challenge to support and maintain Frederick Memorial Hospital through a pledge of $10,000 or more over a 10-year period. In 1994, the Special gifts Committee of the FMH Development Council established additional giving levels within the Order of the Good Samaritan,

these levels include: The President's Circle—$100,000 Benefactor—$75,000 Patron—$50,000 Fellow—$25,000 Member—$10,000

For more information on the Order of the Good Samaritan, please download our Good Samaritan Brochure (PDF). (have new one) Join Now! Please feel free to make your initial payment or any installment payment online. The Order of the Good Samaritan hosts two events a year for its members – the Good Samaritan of the Year Award event and the fall education event. In the spirit of the Good Samaritan, the Good Samaritan of the Year Award recognizes deserving individuals for their participation and selfless commitment to improving the quality of life in Frederick County. For more information, visit our Good Samaritan of the Year Award page. The fall education event features a speaker focused on a current health concern for our community.


Good Samaritan of the Year Award
The Good Samaritan of the Year Award is the highest recognition conveyed upon an individual by Frederick Memorial Hospital. In 1990, the Special Gifts Committee of the Frederick Memorial Hospital Development Council proposed a method for recognizing extraordinary commitment and participation in community affairs. To accomplish this task, the Special Gifts Committee developed the Good Samaritan of the Year Award Program to identify and select deserving individuals in our community. In the spirit of the Good Samaritan, this award will recognize deserving individuals for their participation and selfless commitment to improving the quality of life in Frederick County. Each year, the Special Gifts Committee selects an individual(s) nominated from the community to receive this prestigious award. Announcement of the recipient(s) will be made at the annual Good Samaritan of the Year reception.

To nominate an individual(s) for the Good Samaritan of the Year Award or to review nomination criteria, please download the Good Samaritan of the Year Nomination Form. Please either return the hard copy to FMH or fill out the online nomination form. All nominations need to be received by March 31, 2014. For more information, please feel free to contact us.
 

Past Good Samaritans of the Year

1991: Alden E. Fisher
Charles L. Snyder
Nancy Szymanski, RN

1992: Julia Etchison Hanna

1993: Charles W. Hoff, III

1994: L. Eugene Johnson

1995: Charles V. Main

1996: Alfred P. Shockley

1997: Dr. Albert M. Powell, Jr.
Barbara L. Rickman

1998: Dr. Henry & Page Laughlin
Charles & Kathryn Nicodemus

1999: Patricia Throne
Debbie Williams

2000: Donald C. Linton

2001: Peter H. Plamondon, Sr.

2002: Dr. Harvey Levy

2003: Gail T. Guyton

2004: Carl & Norma Miller

2005: Bess & Frank Gladhill
Kathryn M. "Kitty" Reed

2006: Sue Scott Nisenfeld

2007: Madeline M. Best
George C. Stauffer

2008: Richard E. Markey
Marion D. Carmack, Jr.

2009: J.R. Ramsburg, Jr.

2010: Marvin & Lisa Ausherman

2011: Dr. Dana G. Cable
Jeffrey & Patricia Hurwitz
Dr. P. Gregory Rausch

2012: Karlys Kline

2013: James S. Grimes

 
    

Lasting LegThe Lasting Legacy Program has been established to honor those who have remembered the Hospital in their estate plans. Through the years, Frederick Memorial Hospital has been blessed with many benefactors who have created a personal legacy by supporting our healthcare programs and services through planned gifts.

If you have made a provision in your estate plan for Frederick Memorial Hospital, please be sure to let us know. For more information, please download our Lasting Legacy Brochure (PDF).        
 

                   

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