Since the launch of The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation’s Your Health, Our Mission: Caring for Our Families Together fundraising campaign in 2017:
- More than $26 million has been raised in support of world-class health care programs and services provided for our neighbors and families during their time of need.
- More than 8,500 individuals and families have supported this campaign with a philanthropic gift.
Philanthropy continues to impact UM Upper Chesapeake Health’s ability to invest in and enhance service lines available to our community members including Cancer LifeNet, the Senator Bob Hooper House, and the Klein Family Harford Crisis Center.
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The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center
Offering immediate access to behavioral, mental and addiction health services in a safe and comfortable environment.
If you are a resident of this community and don’t know about the resources provided by the Klein Family Harford Crisis Center, you need to.
In 2019, generous gifts from donors and community partners helped bring The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center to fruition.
Today, philanthropy and the support from community partners allows the Crisis Center to continue to provide vital mental health and addiction resources to neighbors during their time of need.
Senator Bob Hooper House
Providing compassionate, end-of-life care to residents and their loved ones, during their time of need.
At the Hooper House, professionals with specialized expertise serve both residents and their families with a coordinated program of hospice care and supportive care services, helping neighbors and their families better manage the difficult issues of end-of-life care.
This home-like setting environment brings comfort, dignity, and compassion to all who are served. Philanthropy provides care for residents in need of financial assistance, ensuring no resident is turned away for their inability to pay. Additionally, philanthropy helps to fund ongoing and future needs of the house that enhance both the resident’s and their loved ones’ stay.
Sometimes the unknown is the biggest fear when receiving a cancer diagnosis.
As part of the Kaufman Cancer Center, Cancer LifeNet is a supportive care program that is provided free-of-charge to all residents of our community regardless of where they receive their cancer treatment. Cancer LifeNet helps individuals and families cope with the physical, psychological, financial, and emotional aspects of cancer.
The program and its many offerings are funded fully by philanthropy and gift made by generous community partners and fundraising activities.
“We share a responsibility to provide
compassionate care close to home.”
– Albert J. A. Young, Esq, Chairman of Foundation Board
“You are never taller than when you are bending over to help someone else.”
– Senator Bob Hooper