Aurora Lions Club Donates To Highpoint Health Cancer Center Campaign

Thursday, April 18th, 2019 7:16am

By Highpoint Health, news release

A $2,500 donation has been made to the Highpoint Health Foundation’s Hearing, Helping, Healing Campaign.

Highpoint Health Foundation President Robert “Rocky” Schroeder accepts the Aurora Lions Club’s generous donation to the Highpoint Health Foundation’s Hearing, Helping, Healing Campaign at the Lions’ annual Pancake Breakfast. Photo provided.

(Aurora, Ind.) - Community support for the Highpoint Health Foundation’s Hearing, Helping, Healing Campaign continues to grow with the addition of the Aurora Lions Club’s $2,500 donation.  Contributions to the Campaign are given for the purposes of constructing a cancer center in Dearborn County and increasing the Highpoint Health Foundation endowment.

The donation was presented to Robert “Rocky” Schroeder, Highpoint Health Foundation President, and Sarah Siegrist, Highpoint Health Director of Charitable Development, at the Lions’ Spring Pancake Breakfast.

“The generosity of the Aurora Lions Club demonstrates the organization’s motto of ‘We Serve,’” stated Ms. Siegrist.  “It will take many wonderful supporters, such as the Aurora Lions Club, to make our Campaign successful. Every donation is important to the Campaign.  We are grateful for the generosity of the Lions, one of our community’s most generous philanthropic groups.”

For more information regarding the Highpoint Health Foundation or to make an individual or corporate donation to the Campaign, please contact Ms. Siegrist at 812/537-8322 or 800/676-5572, ext. 8322.


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