Community Groups That Support Hartford Hospital
Hartford Hospital is fortunate to be surrounded by a dedicated and generous community. The community fundraisers below are run by committed and eager volunteers who take time out of their schedules to raise money for our programs and services.
18 Hole Stroll for Pancreatic Cancer
The 18-Hole Stroll for Pancreatic Cancer at The Travelers Championship is an annual fundraising event to promote awareness and funding for the early detection and cure for pancreatic cancer. The annual stroll is held at the Travelers Championship TPC River Highlands, a national golf event attracting participants from across the country in Cromwell, Connecticut. The previous 18-Hole Strolls have collectively raised nearly $415,000, progressing towards Brittany Vose’s quest to raise $1 million for pancreatic cancer research. Proceeds from this event support the Lustgarten Foundation and the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center at the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital.Visit Facebook Page
Ben & Nancy Libera Bocce Tournament
The Annual Ben & Nancy Libera Bocce Tournament is held at the Solomon Welles House in Wethersfield. All proceeds to benefit the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center at the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital.
btr Golf Tournament
The btr Golf Tournament is hosted by Advanced Performance Glass in memory of Andy Butterfield, a loved and missed colleague and friend. For more information about the golf tournament, please visit the Advanced Performance Glass page.Visit Performance Page
Cheers to Linda
Cheers to Linda was created in memory of Linda Stepensky-Campochiaro, who passed away due to complications with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Vasculitis in September 2014. Linda’s passion to help others and her spirit for life is carried on by her family and friends. Their mission is to raise awareness for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Vasculitis and Autoimmune Disease.Visit the Facebook Page
Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance
The Connecticut Brain Tumor Alliance, Inc. (CTBTA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering support and compassion. Their mission is to raise awareness for the disease, provide hope and support for others living with brain tumors in Connecticut, and raise money to support and advocate the cutting-edge research we all know someday will find a cure. Your support of CTBTA makes it possible to provide patient assistance funds at Hartford Hospital as well as other Connecticut hospitals.Visit Website
Driving for H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Pay Expenses) Golf Tournament
The Hayes Family was inspired to start a golf tournament after John Hayes was diagnosed with kidney cancer and started treatment at the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital. After feeling some blessings coming their way, the Hayes Family wanted to do something to pay it forward and help cancer patients and their families who are struggling financially due to cost of treatment. With proceeds from the annual Driving for H.O.P.E. Golf Tournament, the John Hayes Fund for H.O.P.E. helps provide gift cards to grocery stores or restaurants for a family meal, or to assist with copays.Visit the Website
The ERRACE organization was created by a group of professionals with common goals. Together they strive to raise awareness for cancer, raise funds for cancer research and to inspire the community to be active and health conscious. They bring together their expertise from multiple aspects of business management, healthcare, community work, fund-raising and athletic endeavors. They are excited to share a fun, safe and inspiring event with the community for years to come.Visit ERRACE Website
Gworek & Dell Golf Tournament
The Gworek & Dell Memorial Golf Tournament is held in honor of two great men, Dave Gworek and Brian Dell in celebration of their passion for golf. All proceeds from the tournament benefit cardiac research at Hartford Hospital.
Hartford Hospital Auxiliary
For more than 85 years, the Hartford Hospital Auxiliary has assisted Hartford Hospital by providing services, programs and grants that directly benefit the hospital. Funds raised help to fund critical projects for the hospital, provide necessary equipment and training and fund scholarships for volunteers, employees and their children. In the past few years alone, the Hartford Hospital Auxiliary has pledged over $2,000,000 to Hartford Hospital. The success of the Auxiliary depends upon support of ongoing fundraisers, membership dues, and dedicated volunteers.Learn More About Auxiliary
Matthew Phillips Cut-A-Thon
In 16 years, Matthew Phillips Cut-A-Thon has donated over $190,000 to Breast Cancer Research at the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital. This event is sponsored by Matthew Phillips Aveda Concept Salon. For more information about their event, please call 860.523.5261 or visit their website.Visit the Website
Nite of Lite Laughter
Lite 100.5 WRCH created their signature event Nite of Lite Laughter in 1998 as a fundraiser for Hartford HealthCare's Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital. In 2016, they surpassed the million dollar mark in proceeds to benefit the fight against breast cancer through the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at Hartford Hospital! Past stars of the event have included Dana Carvey, Jason Alexander, Joan Rivers, Howie Mandell, Martin Short, Lily Tomlin, Bob Newhart, Jay Leno and many more.Get More Info
Pumpkintown USA is a non-scary fall activity for kids of all ages. The Sandy Peszynski Breast Cancer Foundation, a supporter of Hartford Hospital's Partnership for Breast Care Program, receives 25 percent of the admission price to the Village at Pumpkintown.Find Out More