The MMH Foundation was established in 2012 to ensure the hospital’s legacy of quality and compassionate care continues for generations.
(Batesville, Ind.) - Hillenbrand, Inc. (NYSE: HI) (the “Company”) announced today that it has selected the Margaret Mary Health Foundation as part of the New York Stock Exchange’s (NYSE) Global Giving Campaign and 98th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting.
This year, as part of its Global Giving Campaign, the NYSE asked listed companies to share their efforts to help those in need and raise awareness for the many important organizations supported by the NYSE Listed Company Community. Each company and charitable organization are recognized with a small feature on the campaign website and through a commemorative custom ornament, which adorns the trees at the VIP entrance to the NYSE. The Hillenbrand and Margaret Mary Health Foundation ornament is also pictured below.
“Hillenbrand proudly supports the Margaret Mary Health Foundation,” said Hillenbrand President and CEO Joe Raver. “Most recently on the front lines through COVID-19, our local hospital has helped our friends and neighbors since it was established by the Hillenbrand Family in 1932. We are honored to help them continue to provide compassionate care for generations to come.”
“The Margaret Mary Health Foundation is truly grateful for this opportunity,” said Margaret Mary Health Foundation Executive Director Jonathon Maple.
The Margaret Mary Health Foundation was established in 2012 to ensure the hospital’s legacy of quality and compassionate care continues for generations. It engages the community as partners in health improvement and raise funds to enhance hospital programs, services and technology.
“Hillenbrand has a strong reputation of supporting local organizations – it is truly humbling that they chose Margaret Mary Health Foundation for this unique recognition. We are so appreciative of the support that they continue to provide which allows us to enhance the health and wellness of our communities. We look forward to our continued partnership with them,” commented Maple.