• Golf Tournament

    Golf Tournament

    Make a difference in the lives of community members, by allowing us to continue to improve patient care, while enjoying an afternoon of golf, friends and food.

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  • PUP Volunteer


    Volunteers who support Concord Hospital's charitable activities come in all shapes and sizes. Some come on four legs and love to give kisses.

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  • Evening en Blanc

    Evening en Blanc

    Make a difference in the lives of low income, underinsured an uninsured patients, while enjoying a chic picnic with friends at a surprise location.

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  • Tribute Program

    To honor. To thank. To remember.

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  • Dorean Kimball

    Making a Difference

    Volunteers make real and meaningful differences in the quality of health care in our region by sharing their time and talent.

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  • Get Involved

    Raising funds for a Concord Hospital program or service of your choice is easier than ever.

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Making a Difference

  • Gifts of Time, Talent and Treasure

    Richard A. Boss, Jr., MDVolunteers support our work by helping attract contributions, by supporting or participating in fundraising events and by participating directly in patient programs and services subsidized by charitable contributions.

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  • Giving Societies

    Dorean KimballThe Margaret S. Pillsbury Society recognizes people, like Certified Music Practitioner Dorean Kimball, who support Concord Hospital through charitable bequests or life-income gifts.

    Learn about our giving societies >

  • Community Benefits

    Community Benefits reflect the essence of our mission: to meet the health needs of individuals within the communities we serve, regardless of their ability to pay. In 2014, Concord Hospital provided more than $52 million in Community Benefit programs and services.

    Read our Community Benefits Report >

  • Donor Recognition

    Persis GowSome of the best medicine for young patients at Concord Hospital does not come from a doctor. It comes from a great grandmother who uses her 65-year-old sewing machine to create smiles.

    Read her story >

  • Trustee Profile

    Claudia Walker began volunteering for Concord Hospital as co-chair of the inaugural Payson Center for Cancer Care’s Rock ‘N Race 13 years ago. Her work on that 5K race turned into a volunteering marathon, one she happily, and proudly, embraces.

    Meet Trustee Claudia Walker >