Last year, we launched the One Campaign to reduce and simplify the number of charitable fundraising solicitations our team members and physicians are asked to support. Our One Campaign consolidated TriHealth’s three corporate giving priorities – United Way, ArtsWave, and the Bethesda, Good Sam and McCullough-Hyde Foundations – into a single Campaign dedicated to improving our community by addressing health disparities, reducing hunger, strengthening family financial health, and creating educational opportunities for more than 400,000 members of our community.
Thanks to the incredible generosity of our TriHealth Team, our Year One campaign was highly successful and team members expressed enthusiasm for the simpler process. We also heard from many of you that you missed being able to actively participate in a variety of fun, community-oriented fundraising activities. We’ve taken this feedback to heart and I’m pleased to share that we’ll be bringing back many of these fun hands-on activities during this year’s One Campaign, starting NOW!
I’d like to personally invite you to join me and my team (co-captained with Dr. Dave Kirkpatrick, Bethesda North Regional Medical Director, Mark Witte, TriHealth Cancer Institute Executive Director, and Jamie Easterling, Executive Director, Good Samaritan Hospital) in this year’s Ride Cincinnati, which takes place September 14 – 15. Ride Cincinnati is a grassroots bike tour that raises money for life-saving cancer research and clinical care. All of the money we raise will go toward our One Campaign (in support of our Foundations) to benefit patients and families of the TriHealth Cancer Institute. Our goal is to have at least 100 TriHealth team members and physicians participate in our Ride Cincinnati cycling team. Anyone from TriHealth who registers for 26 miles or more will have their $75 registration fee waived and will receive a “really cool,” complimentary TriHealth cycling jersey! Click here to register and learn more. Be sure to enter code trihealth19 to join the TriHealth team when you register.
Not only will you be helping a great cause, you’ll be getting in great shape and having a lot of fun as we ride together to support our mission to improve the health of our community and the people we serve.Overall Rating: Comments:
I am trying to register but it keeps saying "needs to confirm email address" . I am using my trihealth email address correctly - I can't get past this first box. Any thoughts?
Posted by: Team Member on 08 August, 2019
Want to participate but don't have a road bike? Borrow mine! Even has aero bars. Reach me through the Directory
Posted by: Lesli Schmeltzer on 07 August, 2019