The Patricia Mann Endowment for Benton County helped fund conference room updates for the West Tennessee Healthcare Camden Hospital this month.
“We are thankful for the financial assistance the Patricia Mann Endowment was able to provide to the hospital,” said Ruby Kirby, Chief Executive Officer at Camden Hospital. “These updates improved the function of our conference room and added a more modern aesthetic to the space.”
The Patricia Mann Endowment for Benton County was established at the West Tennessee Healthcare Foundation in 2015 to provide benefits to the residents of Benton County. Since its inception, the endowment has funded a variety of projects, including programs through Make-A-Wish Mid-South, the Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the Benton County School System.
“The Camden Hospital is a tremendous asset for the area,” said attorney Tim Wehner, a founding board member for the Patricia Mann Endowment. “By supporting the hospital’s needs, we are able to make a direct impact on the Benton County community and continue the mission of the Mann Endowment.”
For more information, contact The Foundation at (731) 984-2140or email Haley Wildridge at Haley.Wildridge@wth.org.
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