Hannibal Regional Foundation recently kicked off their new annual campaign – find out how you can support this valuable cause.
Hannibal Regional is excited to announce the arrival of the first baby born in the hospital in 2018!
The Foundation will be selling shirts later this month to benefit two different causes. Find out when and where you can purchase your shirts and wear them in February and March!
The chilly weather didn’t stop people from attending this poignant event, and in fact this year saw the largest number of attendees so far.
When some of the youngest visitors to our campus showcase their vocal talents, everyone’s spirits get a lot brighter!
As work continues on the renovations and additions, the expansion project got it’s official start with the groundbreaking last month.
The Glitz Gala was once again a sold out event, had a record-high number of pieces donated and raised more funds than ever in their fourth year.
Hannibal Regional wants to heighten awareness of men’s health issues and educate people on how to get involved. The new “Be the BETTER Man” campaign is not just for team members, it’s for the whole community!
Hannibal Regional is once again providing assistance to residents of northeast Missouri who have questions about signing up for health insurance through the Marketplace.
Project Community Connect was held at the Admiral Coontz Armory on October 19th, 2017 with over 175 participants who were served by 61 vendors. They provided over 2,000 individual services including but not limited to: haircuts, skin cancer, foot, hearing, dental, glucose, cholesterol and general health screenings; (27) photo ID’s and/or driver’s license renewals (offered transportation during the day to/from DMV); (20) Missouri and out of state birth certificates; Veterans…
The Auxiliary hosted an event that enabled more people in the community to see what’s so interesting about Hannibal’s newest park.
Hannibal Regional Auxiliary is organizing a special trip, Classic Danube River Cruise with Oberammergau, in conjunction with the longest-standing U.S. tour operator, Collette Vacations.
Many local schools and organizations host special cancer awareness events, and this year a new one partnered with Hannibal Regional.
Bring your favorite canine and join Buddy for the annual Paws For a Cause cancer walk on September 23. Read here for more information on how to get signed up.
Several schools in the area are hosting games in support of the James E Cary Cancer Center and Hannibal Regional Infusion Center. Find out how you can buy one and where to go cheer on the athletes at their games.
Find out how you can see the beautiful sights of Ireland and support Hannibal Regional Auxiliary at the same time!
The James E. Cary Cancer Center and the Hannibal Regional Infusion Center hosted their Night of Hope on the Mark Twain Riverboat June 22nd, 2017. During the riverboat cruise, those attending had the opportunity to release a lantern in memory or honor of others in their cancer journey. Appetizers were served and all attendees enjoyed a wonderful night of commemoration. This event was a beautiful way to celebrate the lives…
Hannibal Regional will be hosting a Blood Drive on June 21st, 2017 from 10am-4pm in the HRH mall area. All donors will be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift certificate to the Hannibal Chamber of Commerce! Two winners will be drawn. For appointments contact 248-5333 or sign up online at redcrossblood.org.
Shine A Light On Autism is having their annual Lighthouse Challenge on April 29th, 2017. Are you up to the challenge?
Hannibal Regional Foundation recently received a new two-year, $234,000 grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health. This grant, a Community Convening Grant, enables us to engage the community and assist in identifying ways we can positively affect community health through engagement and policy change. Ms. Amanda Wosman has accepted the position of Community Project Coordinator for this project. Amanda will oversee the grant and work with community groups to better…
Are you a smoker who’s thinking of quitting? Or are you a former smoker who successfully quit? If so, we want to hear from you! Hannibal Regional is participating in the American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout on November 17th. We’d like to feature past and future “quitters” on our facebook page. Here are a couple of examples of the kinds of messages we’d like to post: [John Doe], a…