The Caring for Our Community team member campaign celebrates a long-standing culture of philanthropy at our hospitals and reaffirms our commitment to improving the health and well-being of our patients, community and Morton Plant Mease family. In fact, last year our team members, volunteers and physicians came together to help raise nearly $375,000.
For this year’s Caring for Our Community campaign, you can once again choose to create a safety net for team members in need through the Family Care Fund; provide support to our Foundation, which funds nursing scholarships, new technology for our hospitals and programs for our patients; or build a healthier and stronger community through United Way.
As a proud Morton Plant Mease team member, physician or volunteer, you see every day the impact we have on the lives of our patients and their families. We hope you enjoy this year's campaign video, "Can't Stop the Giving" as much as we enjoyed making it. I am honored to work with so many people who are making such a positive impact on the health of our community.
Your philanthropy matters now more than ever. In a little over one month, we can make a difference for a whole year!
Visit Team BayCare/Intranet (must be connected to a BayCare computer).
Making your gift online not only helps to make our community greener, it saves administrative expenses. That means putting money to work in ways that really matter – helping somebody who is relying on one of these organizations for assistance.Lisa Johnson, RN, MSN, NEA-BC | Chief Nurse Executive, Morton Plant Mease | Executive Champion, 2016 Caring for Our Community Campaign
For nearly 40 years, Morton Plant Mease Health Care Foundation has provided philanthropic support to the not-for-profit hospitals of Morton Plant Mease Health Care, including Morton Plant, Clearwater; Mease Dunedin; Mease Countryside, Safety Harbor and Morton Plant North Bay, New Port Richey. The close connection between the hospitals of Morton Plant Mease and their neighbors reveal a unique spirit of giving – a relationship characterized by people caring for the hospitals that care for them.