We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who was and continues to be there for us during one of the most challenging times in our nation’s history.
Being able to make a difference is what fuels all nine of FMC’s TWIGS, each of which serve as a fundraising arm for the FMC Foundation. TWIGS stands for Togetherness, Willingness, Imagination, Giving and Sharing, and each TWIG supports different areas of patient care at FMC.
When it comes to the city of Lancaster, there was little in the community that Paul Van Camp’s philanthropic spirit didn’t touch during his lifetime. From local businesses to community organizations to healthcare, Van Camp was determined to do what he could to make his community a better place.
Undergoing treatment for cancer can be overwhelming, emotional and scary for patients. That’s why Fairfield Medical Center and the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation wanted to create a specialized cancer care center where patients undergoing treatments could easily access all of the services they need in one location.
Every year, the FMC Foundation works with different organizations that want to help our mission by organizing fundraisers to support the Foundation. Donations can be earmarked for a specific fund, such as Cancer Care, Cardiovascular Care, or the Emergency Department, among others. Below is a look at some recent fundraisers that have directly impacted our community.
Spring is a time of excitement and possibility. South Central Power donates $10,000 to FMC Cancer Services.
When you feel blessed to have an abundance, you have a responsibility to do something with it.