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Going miles for Milla

In mid-May, Memphians took to their bikes and streets for the late Milla Gieselmann. The event, Miles 4 Milla’s House, brought out more than 400 people to raise money for the new Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good …

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Another way to heal broken hearts

Last November, Frazer and Dana Gieselmann had to do the unthinkable. They had to say goodbye to their 6-year-old daughter, Milla, who passed away from a rare neurodegenerative disease. Though they were consumed with grief, they had to …

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Baptist senior artist rocks #GivingTuesday

When the Corporate Communications department sat down to plan Baptist’s first #GivingTuesday campaign, Baptist senior artist Richard Fudge made a very personal contribution. A push back to the traditional Black Friday and Cyber Monday buying glut, #GivingTuesday focuses on giving …

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A run to remember

As the weather gets cooler, many organizations hold 5Ks to raise money for worthy causes. Whether or not you’re a runner, I’d like to ask you to participate in a race that’s near and dear to our hearts—the …

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What’s better than a Black Friday deal?

If you do any holiday shopping on Amazon.com, you can help those in need while buying your gifts. All you need to do is go to smile.amazon.com, search for and choose “Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation” and shop …

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16th art auction a sweet success

Art of Caring, which raises money systemwide for Baptist hospice programs as well as for the Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Grief in Collierville, has been around for 16 years, but last month’s event was the first …

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