Emma Kleber decided that instead of receiving presents for her 11th birthday, she would ask her friends and family to donate diapers to the Women's Health Resource Center's Diaper Bank.
Board of Trustees member Bill Conaty and his wife, Sue, present an initial gift to D-H to form a new institute dedicated to developing health care leaders.
Nineteen-year-old Jesse Ross, born with persistent pulmonary hypertension, is hiking the 2,185 miles of the Appalachian Trail for CHaD.
When Rebecca Rose Tabat faced incurable cancer, she created Cure with Hope to comfort kids in the hospital. Now her organization has pledged $100,000 to the CHaD inpatient unit revitalization.
Forty-eight NH mountains, each one 4,000 feet or taller, every summit reached between June's and July's full moons, all accomplished by one man to benefit D-H's Norris Cotton Cancer Center.
A $150,000 grant to the Center for Telehealth at D-H from the Missy Project will help brain aneurysm patients in northern New England have rapid access to neurovascular specialists.