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Corporate Giving

Through grants, sponsorships and cause-related marketing, the corporate community plays an important role in the fundraising of the Lowell General Hospital. Many opportunities exist for corporations large and small to benefit from participating in existing hospital programs or Special Events.

Our special events provide many opportunities to publicize your company's support, reach thousands in the local community and become involved with a cause that directly impacts your employees and their families.

Many businesses like to be acknowledged for the support they provide in the community. Giving locally makes philanthropic sense, it improves the health of the greater community, and brings your business into the lives of the people you serve. Lowell General events like TeamWalk for CancerCare, the Lowell General Hospital Golf Challenge Tournament and Circle Health Ball for Community Health Initiatives are attended by thousands of people in the local community and beyond, your support is widely recognized through the event promotion and Lowell General Hospital strategic marketing initiatives.

By participating in Lowell General Hospital fundraising events, you and your employees become part of the event. To find out more about sponsorships available for any of our annual events, please contact us.

In addition, many programs or activities are waiting for the right partner to make bring them to the next level. To discuss those needs or interests, or how we can help your company meet its charitable gift initiatives, please contact us.

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