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SAN MARCOS, TX – In honor of National Philanthropy Month, Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) will host its “Giving Thanks” Donor Appreciation Luncheon on Nov. 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the CTMC Healing Garden.
Local philanthropists John and Chloe Navarrette will be honorary guests at the luncheon. In addition, guests at the event may view CTMC’s updated Donor Recognition Wall. The wall, which runs along the corridor between the hospital’s main lobby and back wing, is a colorful display that recognizes all who have made financial contributions to the hospital through the years.
Without the generosity of donors, our hospital would not be able to afford the equipment upgrades and service enhancements that keep CTMC on the forefront of health care in our region,” said Executive Director of the CTMC Foundation Clay DeStefano. “This event is an opportunity to thank all the charitable spirits who help us extend the healing ministry of Christ to the community and beyond.”
Those interested in attending the CTMC Donor Appreciation Luncheon should RSVP by calling the CTMC Foundation office at (512) 753-3687. For more information about the CTMC Foundation, or to make a donation, visit
About Central Texas Medical Center Foundation
The Central Texas Medical Center Foundation was established in 1982. The Foundation is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) 3 organizations whose purpose is to help raise philanthropic funds for improving programs and services at Central Texas Medical Center.
Central Texas Medical Center Foundation has worked hard to ensure that our hospital has the resources necessary to deliver high quality health care. To date, the Foundation has raised $7.5 million for advanced medical equipment, building projects, renovations and service enhancement.
CTMC is a 178-bed acute-care hospital providing a wide range of complex healthcare services in San Marcos, Texas, and neighboring communities. As part of Adventist Health System, CTMC brings a long tradition of Christian healthcare to San Marcos. Now with 37 hospitals located across the United States, the Adventist Health System is the largest not-for-profit Protestant hospital system in the country.