It is with great excitement that Hill County Memorial Hospital announces its inclusion as a Community Foundation Spring/Summer Grant Cycle Recipient. Grape Juice of Kerrville was the site host for the official announcement and check presentation reception on Tuesday, July 10th. Representatives from Hill Country Memorial, Frosty Rees, HCMH Foundation board chairman, and Amanda Stevens, CFRE, HCMH Foundation executive director, were present to receive the monies that will help to fund the CPR Anytime program for 7th graders at Fredericksburg Middle School.
$37,000 was awarded to twelve area non-profit organizations chosen as recipients for upcoming programs and projects, and Hill County Memorial was among those selected! The staff worked hard to provide all necessary information for grant consideration, and it’s paying off in a big way! “Even in these uncertain economic times, the Community Foundation is committed more than ever to funding grant requests for projects that will positively impact our area and serve the needs of our residents,” said Paul Urban, Community Foundation Executive Director.
With the grant from the Community Foundation, HCM plans to implement the CPR Anytime program, with the help of the Fredericksburg High School HOSA students, in the upcoming fall semester at Fredericksburg Middle School. Over the next few months, staff, volunteers and those in the community will begin to see our endeavors take shape. Come be a part of the efforts by HCM to better our beautiful hill country! Call (830) 997-1297 to volunteer your time and energies to make the CPR Anytime program happen.
For more information about the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country and the many services it provides to non-profits in our Texas Hill Country, please call Paul Urban in the office at (830) 896-8811or via email at .