Our next interview is with Kelle Pack of the St. Luke’s Hospital Foundation.
I chose Kelle because she inspires me as a leader in our community and an advocate of health. I enjoyed serving with her on the St. Luke’s Foundation board for 6 years. She is an organized, passionate person dedicated to St. Luke’s, and the health and well-being of its employees and our NW Ohio citizens.
For more information about Kelle and her non-profit organization, click the logo below.
“The St. Luke’s Hospital Foundation was organized in 1984 to become the fundraising body of the hospital, responsible for raising funds through donations to support the services and facilities at St. Luke’s Hospital.
The generosity of individuals, businesses and foundations has afforded us the ability to touch the lives of our community through numerous enhancements to the health services provided at St. Luke’s Hospital.
It is the vision of the Foundation to help keep healthcare services healthy and viable in the Maumee/Toledo community. Over the years, the Foundation has raised funds to help fund the purchase of laboratory instruments, X-ray equipment, building renovations, emergency room equipment, nursing education and community health programs.”