Your Impact

Your participation in the Charity Classic is making a difference in the lives of families in our community by allowing us to improve patient care and services. These are just some of the programs that money raised from the 2019 Charity Classic is supporting:

Family Wellness Education Series – Since its launch in 2017, the Family Wellness Education Series has grown in attendance and awareness. The 2019/2020 Family Wellness Series will focus on the behavioral needs of children & families, including topics such as grief and emotional resilience in a digital world.

Car Seat Program – This highly sought out resource for parents, grandparents and childcare providers offers free monthly checks and inpatient checks as well as staff and patient education on the safety of a properly installed child restraint system. We continue to build our group of certified technicians to sustain the popular program.

Seacoast Babies App – Since launching in 2019, the app has been well-received by both patients and providers. The app will continue to be updated, providing patients with accurate information pertinent to their care.

Pediatric Therapeutic Programs – Programs like art, music and hippotherapy (horseback riding) are made possible by you for our pediatric patients. Continuing to provide these valuable programs helps children achieve their highest level of health.

Maternal Mental Health Support – These programs enhance a woman and her family’s well-being. The funds help provide Labor and Postpartum Doula Support for families in need, a weekly support group for women with postpartum depression and anxiety, and bereavement coordination. We remain the only hospital in the area offering these services and the most comprehensive care for women in the childbearing years.

Fund-A-Need Program – In 2019, thanks to our generous supporters, the Fund-A-Need program held during the Charity Classic Dinner & Awards Ceremony raised $14,000 to help strengthen, enhance and grow the services we provide to our most fragile patients with the purchase of a transport isolette (neonatal transporter).