Giving Tuesday 2019

This Giving Tuesday, we are asking for your support for the purchase of new vital signs monitors for our hospital patients.  

Monitors that provide ongoing or intermittent measurements of a patient’s temperature, heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure are essential for any hospital environment. Recent strides in telemetry technology have made it necessary to upgrade the hospital’s current system. State-of-the-art, identical units will result in greater accuracy, reliability, and consistency across all settings of care from the emergency department, to the inpatient and rehabilitation rooms.

The total price of the desired units is $28,000. A very generous kickoff donation of $5,030 brings the total to be raised down to $22,970. Every donation matters!

“Living in a rural area should not limit a person’s access to the highest quality technology in critical and inpatient care. With these new monitors, our highly trained nurses can provide the best quality care regardless of our physical location.”
— Nurse Manager Rebecca Lapointe, RN

As we continue to make every effort to provide the best possible emergency and inpatient care for residents and visitors to our region, please consider contributing to this fund! 

We accept Discover, Visa, American Express or MasterCard. If you would still like to donate, please use visit our Donations page.

By Phone
To make a gift by phone using Discover, Visa, American Express, or MasterCard, please call us at 802-365-9109.

By Check
Checks can be made out to ‘Grace Cottage Hospital.’  Put ‘Giving Tuesday’ in the memo field. Please send your gift to: Grace Cottage Hospital, P.O. Box 1, Townshend, VT 05353.

In Person (Our favorite way!)
Stop by the Foundation office in the Heins Building anytime between 8 am – 5 pm.

Any funds received beyond what is necessary for the vital signs monitoring system will go towards our Patient Care Fund. All donations to our 501(c)3 hospital are tax-deductible. 

Thank you for your support,

Dr. George Terwilliger, Chief Medical Officer
Lisa Eaton, Chief Nursing Officer
Andrea Seaton, Director of Development