Nonprofit’s dreamy trip to French Polynesia raises $500K for patients and families

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Gala guests turn their attention to the photographer to pose for a picture on the dance floor. Photo by Alison Harbaugh. Sugar Farm Productions

Hospice of the Chesapeake’s 2018 Gala, A Night on the Isle of Moorea, brought in about a half a million dollars to help support the many programs and services provided to patients and families in Anne Arundel and Prince George’s Counties.

Ties and cummerbunds took on a tropical flavor and many an updo was held up by flowers at the event held April 7 at the Hilton Baltimore BWI Hotel in Linthicum. Around 450 people enjoyed an evening that included dinner, dancing, live and silent auctions and musical entertainment by Radio City.

The 2018 lead sponsors were The Jim and Linda Humphrey Foundation; The Wilburn Company; Greenberg Gibbons Commercial Corporation; Reliable Contracting; Anne Arundel Dermatology; Anne Arundel Medical Center; BB&T; John and Cathy Belcher; Carpet & Wood Floor Liquidators; Chesapeake Palliative Medicine; Gilligan Design Group; John and Terri Hussman; Moran Insurance; Ken Stanley; Tech USA, Inc., Thomas B. Howell, Sr., Founder; UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center; What’s Up? Media; Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLP; and Zachary’s Jewelers.

 

 

Anne Arundel Medical Center
AAMC Oncology
University of Maryland Medical Center
University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center
MedStar Washington Hospital Center
Johns Hopkins
MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center
BrightView Senior Living
FutureCare
Genesis
Sunrise Senior Living
Doctors Community Hospital

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