Impact2022-04-01T15:06:12-04:00

Snapshot of Philanthropy in Action

Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center

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Individuals (local cancer patients and their loved ones) benefited from services provided by Cancer LifeNet at the Kaufman Cancer Center last year.
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Unique classes, services, and support group offerings (on average) are hosted by CLN annually – provided for our neighbors, by our neighbors.
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Encounters and Meaningful Interactions took place last year – helping Cancer LifeNet program participants, cancer patients, and their loved ones

Senator Bob Hooper House

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RESIDENTS
on average, receive compassionate, end-of-life care at the Senator Bob Hooper House, annually.
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PERCENT

of the residents cared for at
the Senator Bob Hooper House receive some form of charity care.

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DAYS AND NIGHTS
of care have been funded fully through philanthropy for our neighbors in need since the Hooper House opened in 2011.

The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center

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Guests received care through the Center’s walk-in and urgent care offerings.
(63% increase as compared to the previous year) 

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Guests benefited from short-term residential and overnight care provided at the Crisis Center.
(56% increase as compared to the previous year)

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Individuals utilized services provided by the Center’s Outpatient Clinic
(62% increase as compared to the previous year)

The Harford Crisis Center, a public-private partnership, is the first of its kind in the state of Maryland.

Office on Mental Health – 24/7 Mobile Crisis Support – (August 2020 – December 2021)

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CALLS RECEIVED
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DISPATCHES