Dear AnMed Family,
On behalf of the employee giving campaign committee, we are excited to announce our campaign in September 2023 — Better Together! This year we are combining the AnMed and United Way campaigns and hope you will support this initiative that impacts our teammates, patients and broader community. Our goal this year is to exceed 60% teammate participation through meaningful gifts. We hope you will be a part of helping us transform our community.
Any teammate supporting at $10 per pay period or $260 per year will receive our campaign t-shirt! If you are already a donor at this level — thank you! In the coming weeks you will receive your t-shirt from a member of our committee or your department to visually demonstrate your support.
Employee Giving Form
To donate, please fill out this form electronically or print and bring to the AnMed Foundation office located at the Medical Center.
If you prefer to drop off your support in person, there is a box next to the Foundation Office as you exit Reflections Cafe at the Medical Center. If your office is not located on the main campus, please put your completed form in interoffice mail to the AnMed Foundation for processing.
If you would like to make a one time gift via debit or credit card, please do so here.
Hear from our committee members about the impact you, as AnMed Teammates, make on our community by giving.
Cancer Care Fund Impact
Watch to see how the Cancer Care Fund has impacted our community and teammates
Patient Care Funds Impact
Watch to see how the funds from Patient Care have impacted our community and teammates
Watch to see how the United Way assists AnMed employees
AnMed Foundation Gift Opportunities
Area of Greatest Need Fund
Funds are used where they are needed most to deliver essential healthcare programs and services to meet the needs of our community.
Camellia Ball Fund
Camellia Ball Helps support AnMed's strategic priorities to help meet the greatest need.
Cancer Care Assistance Fund
Assists patients with the prevention and treatment of cancer, including mammograms and treatments at the AnMed Infusion Center.
Cannon Memorial Hospital
This fund helps patients and employees at AnMed Cannon with strategic priorities in Pickens. (Gifts to Cannon Memorial Hospital Foundation should be made directly to them at PO Box 188, Pickens, SC, 29671).
Cardiovascular Care Fund
Helps patients access to cardiovascular care and tools to manage heart health.
Chaplain - Spiritual Care Fund
Provides educational support and resources to our chaplains and Spiritual Care Services department.
Employee Financial Assistance Fund
Supports AnMed teammates facing particularly hard times due to an emergency or crisis and is funded by employee contributions only.
Sustains outreach to women in under-served communities who would not otherwise have access to mammography services.
AnMed Foundation Gift Opportunities
Medical Education Fund
Provides scholarships to MUSC students at AnMed Clinical Campus and supports costs associated with simulation training.
Medical Group Fund
Needs in the medical practice setting related to patient care.
Patient Assistance Fund (Robert B. Claytor)
Purchases prescriptions or medical supplies for low-income patients at discharge who cannot afford to pay for the essential items needed for their healing and recovery.
Pediatric Therapy Works Fund
Provides therapy, assistive equipment and customized programs to help hundreds of children with developmental delays and disorders.
Peggy G. Deane Nursing Fund
Offers financial support for employees to advance their education and training in nursing, nursing education and nursing administration.
Safe Kids Fund
Supports the program that creates awareness and educates parents and caregivers on how to prevent unintentional injuries – the leading cause of death among children and teens from 1 to 19 years old.
Diversity and Language Services, Camp Asthmania, Freedom Link, Scales
United Way Gift Opportunities
Area of Greatest Need
Funds are used where they are needed most to deliver essential programs and services to meet the needs of our community.
Homeland Park & Varennes School Partnerships
Our children are our community’s most valuable assets so United Way and the Rotary Club of Anderson have teamed up to invest in the children of Homeland Park Primary School & Varennes Elementary School to increase their desire for learning and boost the morale of those helping them to learn in these two schools. We will make a positive change in our community when we make positive changes in our children!
Minority Health Coalition
Two years ago, United Way’s African American Leadership Society re-established a Minority Health Coalition in Anderson County to partner with AnMed, health care workers, other community organizations and agencies to help bridge the gap in health disparities in our minority population.
United Way/AnMed Community Garden
With seed money provided by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, United Way has teamed up with AnMed to create the Brian White Community Garden at the AnMed North Campus. To create a healthier community this garden will help teach residents to plant, harvest and prepare fresh vegetables.
Weekend Snack Pack
Through the Weekend Snackpack program, teachers and counselors at elementary schools in Anderson County, Districts 1-5, identify children who are at the great risk of falling into the Weekend meal gap. The program provides children in need with meals to take home on Fridays. Each enrolled child receives a bag of kid-friendly, ready-to-eat foods on Fridays to take home for the weekend. Children return to school on Monday, well-fed and ready to learn.
2023 Employee Giving Campaign Goals
Active Campaign Dates:
September 1 – September 30, 2023
For more than 60% of our AnMed community to make a meaningful gift during this campaign
AnMed Foundation and the United Way of Anderson County
Tim Self, Kourtney Williams, Liz Brock, Bradley Orr
2023 Campaign Committee
Grayson Smith, Co-chair, Stroke Coordinator
Lindsey Sanders, Co-chair, Medical Group
Summer Bowman, Nursing
Sharah Crocker, Executive Offices
Monica Dickerson, Chest Pain Coordinator
Angel Drawdy, Nurse Manager
Richard Ellison, EVS
Megan Garner, Nurse Manager
Annette Drake-Harbin, Nursing Staff Development
Tricia Lytle, Spiritual Care
Allison Moody, Training & OD
Tara Ponder, Epic Analyst
Nikki Saylors, Marketing
Melissa Seelbinder, Medical Group
Jeff Sinkele, Guest Relations
Emily Southerland, Laboratory
Angel Williams, Access Health Manager
Denise Wohlford, Radiology
Contact the AnMed Foundation office at 864-512-3477 or firstname.lastname@example.org