CAMC Foundation Sponsorship Opportunities
Giving you the power to change lives.
Since 1976, the CAMC Foundation has been looking toward the future of health care in West Virginia. Our mission has been and will continue to be supporting Charleston Area Medical Center’s (CAMC) delivery of excellent and compassionate health services, and its contributions to the quality of life and economic vitality of the region.
Through our generous donors and responsible stewardship of gifts, the growth in funding has allowed the CAMC Foundation the opportunity to fulfill health-related needs and strengthen lives in our community by helping to serve children, adults and families. The positive impact these gifts have had on this community is immeasurable.
Events include the CAMC Foundation Gala; the region’s premier black tie event, the CAMC Foundation Golf Classic; the tournament by which all drives are measured; the CAMC Foundation Run for Your Life; the area’s most unique 5-mile run/walk; and the CAMC Foundation Walk for Hope, in support of the courageous children being cared for at CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital.
Becoming a corporate sponsor of any or all of the events listed gives you the power to change the lives of your family, friends and neighbors. Your sponsorship will also provide additional exposure, enhance your company’s brand awareness and increase your recognition.
Your support and dedication to the little babies with big medical problems will be instrumental in the ability of the CAMC Foundation and CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital to provide charitable care to the struggling and helpless; the less fortunate and children unable to control their own destiny.
Created to attract the sports enthusiast, the CAMC Foundation Golf Classic supports the Foundation’s Children’s Fund. Proceeds are used to fund the CAMC Women and Children’s Hospital safety net services including the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), trauma, clinics, preventive and educational programs, the Pediatric Oncology Program, CAMC Family Resource Center and the Children’s Advocacy Center.
All proceeds from the event benefit colorectal cancer awareness and screening initiatives to help people who cannot otherwise afford critical screening procedures. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women. Even though the number of deaths from colorectal cancer has decreased due to increased screenings and improvements in cancer treatment, the need for education and awareness is still important.