THE VALUED VOICE

Vol. 65, Issue 30
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Thursday, July 29, 2021

   

Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC and Conduit Fundraising Approaches $200,000

See 2021 Contributor Listing
To date, the 2021 Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC and Conduit campaign has raised $193,227 from 136 contributors. That is 59% of its goal of raising $325,000 in 2021. 
 
See the complete list of 2021 contributors here.
 
Participating in the political process is important to protect high-quality, high-value health care.  The Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC and Conduit supports candidates who understand the important role Wisconsin hospitals and health systems play in the communities they serve, both as leaders in care delivery and as essential employers. 
 
The fundraising campaign runs through the 2021 calendar year. Personal contributions can be submitted at any time online at www.whconduit.com or through WHA Vice President of Advocacy Kary Hofer, who can be reached at 608-268-1816. 
 

This story originally appeared in the July 29, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Thursday, July 29, 2021

Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC and Conduit Fundraising Approaches $200,000

See 2021 Contributor Listing
To date, the 2021 Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC and Conduit campaign has raised $193,227 from 136 contributors. That is 59% of its goal of raising $325,000 in 2021. 
 
See the complete list of 2021 contributors here.
 
Participating in the political process is important to protect high-quality, high-value health care.  The Wisconsin Hospitals State PAC and Conduit supports candidates who understand the important role Wisconsin hospitals and health systems play in the communities they serve, both as leaders in care delivery and as essential employers. 
 
The fundraising campaign runs through the 2021 calendar year. Personal contributions can be submitted at any time online at www.whconduit.com or through WHA Vice President of Advocacy Kary Hofer, who can be reached at 608-268-1816. 
 

This story originally appeared in the July 29, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter