Pardee Hospital Foundation News


21st Annual Women Helping Women Luncheon

Women Helping Women Luncheon October 19, 2018 Blue Ridge Community College Please make your reservation today for the annual Women Helping Women Luncheon on Friday, October 19th at 11:30 a.m. More than $2 million has been raised through this program that impacts and...

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September Inside Pardee- Dr. Jennifer McAlister

Please join us Friday, September 28th at Flat Rock Cinema for another informative presentation about Pardee Hospital. These monthly lunch and learns are gaining in popularity so early reservations are strongly recommended. Beginning at 12:00

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Board Spotlight- Jan Richards

“My involvement with the Pardee Hospital Foundation has given me the opportunity to learn many things about our sixty-five year old non-profit hospital which has seen much growth and many changes over the years. Did you know that Pardee is the second largest hospital...

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Norm’s Minit Wash Fundraiser

THANK YOU Norm’s Minit Wash on Kanuga for your generous donation to the Pardee Hospital Foundation! During the months of June and July, Norm’s Minit Wash on Kanuga Road donated $1.00 from every Rain-X Car Wash to Pardee Patient Care through the Pardee Hospital...

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Letter of Appreciation to Pardee Hospital

Pardee Hospital recently received the following letter from a patient and his wife following their positive experience with the medical staff. They’ve given us permission to reprint their letter. (Their names have been omitted to protect their privacy). Dear Sir, My...

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Pardee Hospital’s Junior Volunteer Luncheon

Pardee Hospital hosted an annual thank you luncheon for its junior volunteers. This year our volunteer base consisted of 45 students representing 13 local schools volunteering in 18 different hospital locations and departments. At the end-of-summer thank you luncheon,...

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Volunteer Spotlight- Michael “Flash” Gordon

Pardee Hospital Foundation’s Volunteer of the Month for August is Michael “Flash” Gordon, owner/manager of Norm’s Minit Marts— a business he has taken over from this father, the namesake and late founder. Always willing to participate, volunteer, and donate to local...

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Change for Change

Caring Cent is an easy and affordable way to support Pardee Hospital. Each time you make a purchase with your credit or debit card, the amount will round up to the next dollar and the change from your purchases will be sent in your name to the Pardee Hospital Foundation. 100% goes toward patient care.

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Take Home a Slice of Hendo

Perfect for the upcoming Fall Season, these natural, clean burning wax candles bring the aroma of apple orchards, autumn cider and small town charm to your home.
Purchase the large candle with wooden lid for $25, or the jar candle for $20 at either the Pardee

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Kelly Coriggan Book Sale

Support Women Helping Women with the Purchase of a New York Times Bestseller by Kelly Corrigan. Corrigan is a mother, a writer, and the creator of CircusofCancer.org, a website that teaches people how to help a friend with cancer.

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HCC Women Helping Women Luncheon

On August 7, with the help and cooperation of the Hendersonville Country Club, we were excited to host a luncheon dedicated to spreading the word about Women Helping Women. Although many people think that Women Helping

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Women Helping Women Committee Meeting

Last Tuesday, August 14, we kicked off our Women Helping Women planning with our first committee meeting. Woman of Hope, Jan Richards, generously hosted the event at her home. While we enjoyed homemade quiche, pastries and coffee, we learned about the 21-year history...

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Volunteer Spotlight- Kiki Matthews

To every child who has played soccer at the YMCA in the last several years, she is Coach Kiki, but to us, Kiki Matthews is so much more, including this month’s Volunteer of the Month! Born in Syracuse, Kiki grew up in upstate New York. She moved to Cleveland, where...

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Inside Pardee

We are so thankful to those who have attended Inside Pardee over the last six months! (Can you believe that it’s been that long?) We held an Inside Pardee Friday, July 20 with Dr. Craig Miller, who spoke about the various vascular services offered at Pardee Hospital....

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