Thanks to your incredible generosity, more than $111,000 was raised at the 2019 Hearts of Gold dinner to benefit the new Providence Newberg Medical Plaza. Guests at the event enjoyed a derby-themed evening as we raced to the finish line for the Elevating Care, Close to Home campaign. With an anonymous matching gift challenge, we exceeded the fundraising goal for the campaign!
Hearts of Gold Honorees
This year we honored Judy Aldred and the law firm of Brown, Tarlow, Bridges and Palmer for their Hearts of Gold.
Judy Aldred personifies servant leadership. She and her husband, Norman, lived in McMinnville in the ‘70s but moved back to her native Minnesota to care for her elderly parents.
They returned to McMinnville in 2002. After Norman’s death in 2011, Judy found helping others helped her overcome her grief. She finds joy in service to others.
Brown, Tarlow, Bridges and Palmer is one of the oldest law firms in Yamhill County. Partners of the firm are active leaders in the community. Their service and spirit of generosity earned them this honor.
Elevating Care, Close to Home
The new Providence Newberg Medical Plaza will have expanded cancer services, double the number of infusion chairs and add exam rooms. A new cardiac rehabilitation center will be added, accommodating more than 400 patients and 8,000 visits each year.
Photos and video
Click the "more photos" button below to see additional photos, or click here to see the full album.
Also, you can click here to watch the inspirational video shown at the event.