Why Charitable Support Is So Important to the Work of BMH

Over the years, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital has been the beneficiary of generous financial support from so many of our friends and neighbors. Building on the legacy of the Thompsons, these gifts of support have provided BMH with the resources to continue to provide high-quality health care here in our community. Whether these are outright gifts or planned legacy gifts, they help to fulfill the mission of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, ‘community based quality health services delivered with compassion and respect.’

At the turn of the 20th Century, Brattleboro did not have any nurse who was a resident of this town, let alone a hospital, so in 1901, the fund known as the Thompson Trust became available to the town.

You may direct your Annual Fund gift to either BMH’s Area of Greatest Need for general operating support and improvements in patient care, or to the Uncompensated Medical Care Fund, which provides relief to those needing medical services but lacking adequate resources to pay.

Planned giving is legacy giving. It is a meaningful way to give back – to leave a philanthropic legacy to your community and to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.

The goal of the Planned Giving Advisory Council is to develop and strengthen relationships between Brattleboro Memorial Hospital and planned giving professionals in the region.

The birth of a baby is a stellar event for families and friends. Commemorate this amazing arrival with a star engraved with the baby’s name and birth date.

The 1904 Legacy Society was established to recognize those supporters who have constructed legacy gifts that will benefit Brattleboro Memorial Hospital at some time in the future.

Whether we’re 4 or 40, the “truck bug” has bitten us all at some point. We all love trucks and the folks who drive them, and now you can spend a day exploring every inch of all the vehicles you can imagine!

For more information on investing in Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, contact the Development Office at 802-257-8314 or email Gina Pattison at rpattison@bmhvt.org.