Give to Harrington

The Strengthening our Future Campaign has been spearheaded thanks to a generous donor who has pledged a $4 MILLION MATCH. This means your contributions are automatically doubled, bringing Harrington that much closer to achieving our goal of securing advanced healthcare for the next generation.

We have several plaque opportunities for giving.

  • Leadership Gifts — $100,000 – $500,000+
  • Major Gifts — $25,000 – $99,999
  • Advance Gifts — $10,000 – $24,999
  • Special Gifts — $5,000 – $9,999
  • Community Gifts — $500 – $4,999

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Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard also recognizes the importance of our donors, supporters, and committed leaders throughout this endeavor. We have developed a number of recognition opportunities that include but are not limited to the following:

Strengthening Our Future: Emergency Room Fundraising

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  • Facility — $4 million  ( Reserved )
  • Treatment Area — $1 million
  • Nurses Station — $500,000
  • Psychiatric Emergency Services — $500,000
  • Reception — $250,000
  • Waiting Area — $250,000
  • Cardiac Room — $200,000
  • Trauma Room — $200,000
  • Triage Area — $100,000
  • Walkway — $100,000
  • Exam Rooms (8) — $50,000 each
  • Ambulance Bay — $50,000

Click here to learn more about our Recognition Opportunities

Please print the pledge form below, fill it out and send it, with your tax-deductible gift to:

Office of Development
Harrington HealthCare System
100 South Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
Attn: Emergency Department Campaign

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COVID Policy Update:
ONE VISITOR ALLOWED

UMass Memorial Health - Harrington has implemented a ONE VISITOR  POLICY for all Harrington facilities (with the exception of the inpatient behavioral health units in Webster). Patient visitor requests for the behavioral health units will be accommodated where appropriate.  
All patients and visitors are required to wear a surgical or KN95 mask and must observe social distancing guidelines in all public areas and waiting areas.

Our top priority is to protect you, our patients, communities, and healthcare workers.