The Rippel Foundation Gives $50,000 to Help Morristown Medical Center Confront COVID-19

logo-white-bg-(002).pngLong-time Foundation for Morristown Medical Center supporter, The Rippel Foundation, has provided a $50,000 gift to proactively help Morristown Medical Center in the fight against COVID-19.

“We are very grateful to The Rippel Foundation for their continued support. We are humbled by this unsolicited donation while we continue to provide a comprehensive response to COVID-19,” said Trish O’Keefe, president of Morristown Medical Center and vice president of Atlantic Health System.

The Fannie E. Rippel Foundation was established upon the death Julius S. (J.S.) Rippel in memory of his wife. The Foundation was founded in 1953 with a mission to invest in five distinct areas of health: caring for the elderly and for women, supporting hospitals, treating heart disease, and treating cancer. In directing funds, the Board of Trustees was granted broad authority to adopt approaches it deemed appropriate for changing times.

To read the full press release or learn more about The Rippel Foundation, visit their website.  If you would like to contribute, visit the Foundation for Morristown Medical Center's COVID-19 support fund page

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