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Welcome to our home for Keeping the Promise… The Campaign for Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Here you will learn of our progress toward helping fund an extraordinary campus-wide initiative described throughout this website.

This remarkable transformation comes with a challenging financial investment in excess of half a billion dollars. We founded our healthcare presence a half century ago on the strength of our community’s generosity. Accordingly, we are preparing to conduct a campaign that will fund this vision and make our exciting plans a reality.

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    Our Vision
  • Stanley & Marilyn Barry and the Barry Family Foundation

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    For generations, this Hospital has played such a dramatic role in our lives, and in the health of so many friends and family in this area. It remains at the core of life in Boca Raton, part of the fabric of the community with a powerful and passionate legacy. Marilyn and I are proud to play whatever role we can to enhance it further, to help bring the next generation of healthcare to Boca Raton, and to ensure people can receive the region’s highest quality patient care right here.

    - Stanley & Marilyn Barry and the Barry Family Foundation
  • Toby and Leon Cooperman

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    We have referenced the Talmud many times, where it is proclaimed that a man’s net worth is measured not by what he earns but rather what he gives away. We are committed to give and to help others as best we can. The people of our community here in Boca Raton deserve the best possible healthcare available, and we are honored to join many others who have carefully considered the long-term vision and believe in a bright healthcare future here at Boca Regional.

    - Toby and Leon Cooperman
  • Louis B. and Anne W. Green

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    I am honored to have served on Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Corporate and Foundation Boards of Trustees for many years, and privileged to be part of a leadership team that has helped guide us to become one of the area’s premier medical centers. We are steadfastly committed to the promise made 50 years ago by Gloria Drummond and others, and know, though we have come so far, there is so much yet to accomplish. We are determined to be part of that future.

    - Louis B. and Anne W. Green
  • Billi and Bernie Marcus

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    No matter how big or small, giving back is critically important. At some point in your life, you or your family are going to need Boca Regional and you can play a role in making it better. You can be part of the game. You can be involved.

    - Billi and Bernie Marcus
  • Christine E. Lynn - E.M. Lynn Foundation

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    I first joined the Boca Regional board in 1988, because I saw the urgent healthcare needs of our area. I remember my first gift here, in memory of my husband, was toward the heart and vascular institute. It is gratifying to know lives have been saved or enhanced because of some effort I made. But I am certainly not alone here philanthropically. What we need to do as a healthcare presence cannot be achieved without a team who genuinely cares, and we are fortunate to have that at Boca Raton Regional Hospital.

    - Christine E. Lynn - E.M. Lynn Foundation
  • Richard and Barbara Schmidt

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    Barbara and I know the value of philanthropy, of giving back, of helping others. My father laid the foundation for me years ago by literally leaving all his money to charity and founding the Schmidt Family Foundation. He spent half his life making a fortune and the other half giving it away. Barbara actually co-founded Ronald McDonald Children's Charities of South Florida years ago and works tirelessly at the hospital today. There is no greater reward than helping to improve the lives of others.

    - Richard and Barbara Schmidt
  • Elaine J. Wold

    Our Philanthropists At Work

    I believe we all have a responsibility to improve the level of health care in our area, to forge new directions, and bring new medicine to our families here. While we move forward, it is vital to remember and honor how we arrived at this place. Gloria Drummond’s name is synonymous with Boca Raton Regional. Her legacy and spirit remain deeply ingrained in everything we do and whatever future we create.

    - Elaine J. Wold

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