The Beaumont Society

The Beaumont Society

The Beaumont Society was created in 1976 to help recognize donors who make significant charitable contributions to support the work and mission of Beaumont Health System. Today, the Beaumont Society has more than 1,600 members comprised of community members, business leaders, foundations, Beaumont physicians and employees. The generosity and commitment of Society members have funded:

  • Innovative technology and equipment
  • Groundbreaking research
  • Clinical chairs and fellowships
  • Outstanding works of art to beautify the hospital

Members are acknowledged biennially at The Beaumont Society Dinner, a black-tie event hosted by the Beaumont Hospitals and Beaumont Foundation Boards of Directors. It has featured internationally renowned speakers including Bill Clinton, Margaret Thatcher, Madeleine Albright, Norman Schwarzkopf and Colin Powell.

One of the most valued benefits of Beaumont Society membership is exclusive access to the Beaumont Foundation's Office of Donor Relations. Membership provides a dedicated phone number for around-the-clock access for assistance with Beaumont services.

Membership in The Beaumont Society is achieved when a donor's cumulative giving totals $20,000 or more.  The Beaumont Society has a number of major giving recognition levels, each offering graduated benefits and privileges.

For more information, please contact Kathy McCreedy, Director, Donor Relations at 248.551.5322.

 

 

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