1907 Ambassador Circle Birthday Bash
The 1907 Ambassador Circle, Craig Hospital's official Young Professionals group, celebrated its Second Annual Birthday Bash and Grant Announcement on May 13, 2014.
The 1907 Ambassador Circle is named for the year Frank Craig founded the tuberculosis tent colony that would later become the nationally-renowned rehabilitation center for individuals with spinal cord and brain injuries.
Members of the circle generally range in age from their early twenties to their late forties. Members join the group by making a $200 minimum contribution to the 1907 Ambassador Circle Grant Fund. Members also engage in fundraising efforts and networking events to build the fund. The 1907 Ambassador Circle provides members with the opportunity to play a hands-on role in building the future of Craig Hospital.
In the spring of each year, Craig Hospital departments submit proposals to the 1907 Ambassador Circle for various projects. Members then review the proposals and collectively choose which project to fund.
For 2014, the 1907 members voted two fund two projects: sleep monitors for patients with traumatic brain injuries, and an automated fishing system for individuals with high quadriplegia.
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Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors:
Ted and Libby Moss
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