Donor Recognition Societies

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Donor Recognition Societies

Dayton Children's is grateful for the support of our donors, who serve as our partners in caring for children and families throughout our region. By making a gift, you have shown a strong commitment to our hospital and our goal to provide the highest quality of health care for sick and injured children, regardless of their family's ability to pay. Dayton Children's acknowledges this generosity and loyalty through donor recognition societies, donor walls in our main lobby, and donor recognition events.

The Annae Barney Gorman (ABG) Society - Gifts for the Future

Named for one of Dayton Children's founders and early ambassadors for children's health, the Annae Barney Gorman Society recognizes those who have made future gift commitments to Dayton Children's through their estate plans and notified us of their intentions. Planned gifts can be designated toward a specific need at the hospital. Unrestricted gifts are earmarked to the Dayton Children's Foundation endowment. Income from the endowment funds a variety of programs and medical research to ensure that Dayton Children's will continue to deliver the highest quality of medical care to children in the region.

Donor Recognition Societies

The Elsie T. Mead Society - Leadership Gifts

The Elsie T. Mead Society is named for one of Dayton Children's founders and visionaries, Elsie Talbott Mead, who always believed "children needed their own hospital."  The Elsie T. Mead Society recognizes cumulative giving of $10,000 or more from individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations


For more information about donor recognition societies and giving opportunities, please contact the development office at 937-641-3405.

 

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Free bike helmets will be given out as part of the Monroe Bike Rodeo this year.

The 1st Annual Logan X. Hess Stop Child Abuse Poker Run and Car Show will take place August 3. The ride begins at the Piqua American Legion and ends at Edison Community College. The car show will be at Edison Community College.

West Carrollton Police will be on hand to insure proper fit for all bike helmets.

Sample the distinctive flavors of the many cultures of Old North Dayton while enjoying entertainment, children's activities and a bicycle decoration competition for ages 9-16. All bike entries MUST be registered with the Dayton Police in advance at go.cityofdayton.org or at the Festival at 5:30 PM.

As part of the National Night Out, the Germantown Police Department will assist with the proper fitting of bicycle helmets for children without them.

A bike safety program will be part of the National Night Out Against Crime, with Trotwood Fore & Rescue personnel on hand to help insure proper fit of all bicycle helmets.

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