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Brodstone Harvest Moon Gala

Brodstone Harvest Moon Gala

Gala ProgramCommittee members have been busy wrapping up loose ends from the 2019 Harvest Moon Gala hosted by Brodstone Memorial Hospital Foundation on Saturday, October 12th, 2019. 256 attendees arrived on the red carpet, dressed to impress in formal attire. While the evening was filled with friendly bidding competitions, exciting raffles, delicious food and great entertainment, guests were also reminded of the ‘why’ behind the event. Speeches and videos left the crowd with a sense of pride in the exceptional care that Brodstone provides and reminded them of the hardships patients and families go through when battling cancer. The evenings guests walked away understanding, through first-hand stories, the incredible impact that the Chemotherapy Infusion Center will have on both local and regional patients alike.Table setting at the Gala

Brodstone Memorial Hospital Foundation is proud to announce the preliminary fundraising total of $113,512.00 thus far. An impressive number backed by tremendous community and regional support. With just a few years of fundraising underway, Brodstone Memorial Hospital Foundation will be able to make an enormous impact for years to come, by offering chemotherapy services in our area. Plans are to start chemotherapy infusion at Brodstone during the month of December, with infusion suite construction to follow.

Full room view at the GALA"We are very humbled and thankful for the support of the communities we serve. The success of our event is proof of the continued partnership that will allow us to bring  'Superior Care Close to Home'. The impact of these programs will be felt for generations to come." –Treg Vyzourek, Brodstone Memorial Hospital, CEO.

Donations through ‘gifts of grain’ are being accepted through October at Agrex and Aurora Co-op. If you are interested in donating and making an impact for future generations of exceptional healthcare, close to HOME, contact Heather Erickson – Director of Foundation – 402-207-1534.