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Resourceful Guild Finds Success

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A dedicated and compassionate caregiver at St. Joseph Hospital for decades, Melvin Schwartz and his wife demonstrated their friendship and support for the Hospital by establishing a legacy through a generous charitable planned gift.”

Resourceful Guild Finds Success

The Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center Guild didn’t let the pandemic stop them from reaching their fundraising goals. “Without being able to do our main fundraiser — our big fashion show — and having our gift shop shut down, our ability to raise funds was limited,” said Julie McArdle, the guild’s president. However, Julie and the Guild stayed resilient.

Letters were sent to members asking them to donate what they would have spent at the fashion show. Julie also asked members to reach out to their friends and family to make a 75th anniversary donation to the Guild, in $75 increments. As a result of these  valiant efforts, Kelly M. Linden, chief executive of Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, recently accepted a check from the Guild for $60,000.

We are incredibly grateful every day for the generosity of each and every one of our Guild members. Thank you for all the good you do for our medical center.

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Address: 501 S Buena Vista St, Burbank, CA 91505
Email: psjfoundation@providence.org

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