Volunteers are an important part of Mayo Regional Hospital's operations, with over 70 volunteers annually contributing 10,500 hours of service at Mayo. Whether transporting patients, staffing the information desk in the main lobby, running errands or providing clerical help, volunteers provide a valuable link between the hospital and community.
I would like to make a donation to Mayo Regional Hospital; where do I send it?
- Send donations to:
- Mayo Regional Hospital
- Development Office
- 897 West Main St.
- Dover-Foxcroft, Maine 04426
Who can I contact if:
- I have questions about making a donation?
- I would like to know more about making a donation to a specific Mayo Regional Hospital project, program or service?
- I would like to make a donation in memory or in honor of someone?
- I would like information about including Mayo Regional Hospital in my will?
In all cases, contact Tom Lizotte, Mayo's Director of Marketing and Development, if you have questions about making a donation to the hospital. Tom can be reached at (207) 564-4342 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many volunteers are also members of Mayo's Auxiliary. Since it was founded in 1977, the Auxiliary's mission has been to lend support to the hospital's patients and staff. Each year the Auxiliary raises between $15,000 and $20,000 for projects to benefit Mayo's patients.
The Auxiliary's major fundraising projects are a variety show, the annual Summerfest sale, the Christmas tree lighting program and operation of the gift cabinet in the hospital lobby. Other events included public suppers, pie sales, candy sales, raffles, beano and book sales.
Piscataquis Public Health Council:
The Piscataquis Public Health Council is a coalition of community organizations, schools, and individuals that strive to develop an environment that supports a
healthy life through education, prevention, advocacy, and services.
Goals: Assure residents are empowered to make informed decisions and adopt behaviors that protect and enhance the health ofindividuals, families, communities, and the environment; Enhance/initiate/promote services to underserved populations to secure health equity; Initiate/strengthen partnerships and engage community members in the work of public health; Incorporate evidence-based, state-of-the-art health practices in policies, programs, and services.