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Local Business Owners Put Forth $20,000 Matching Campaign for Giving Tuesday

PULLMAN, WA—Local business owners and community members, Jeff and Angie Feuerstein, are supporting Pullman Regional Hospital this Giving Tuesday (Nov 28) by matching the first $20,000 raised.

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“We are so fortunate to have the Feuersteins supporting Pullman Regional Hospital through meaningful philanthropy. We hope others will join in this Giving Tuesday and double their impact,” said Linda Infranco, Executive Director of the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation.

 

“Pullman Regional Hospital has always been there for my family, in good times and in bad. Angie and I are so thankful to have advanced medical care so close to home,” said Jeff Feuerstein, local business owner of Values & Vision Financial Advisors and Chair of Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation’s Planned Giving Advisory Council. “We hope that our matching gift inspires others to get involved and think about how they can make a lasting impact on our community.”

 

Jeff and Angie’s giving is supporting Pullman Regional Hospital’s Patient Care Expansion. This project’s goal is simple: Less wait. Less travel. More access to great healthcare. Pullman Regional Hospital and network of clinics serve WSU students, athletes and fans, the Pullman community, and the entire Palouse region.

 

About Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is an annual, global day of giving, slated for November 28, 2023. The goal is to provide easy, meaningful ways for individuals to support charitable organizations, like the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation. Gifts can be made online, in person at the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation office, or over the phone at (509) 332-2046.

 

Learn more www.pullmanregional.org/foundation

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