Our Generous Donors
Our Community. Our Health Care.
For more than a century, our hospital has been the heart of health care in our community. Now, we're embarking on a project to transform it. A $38.4 million expansion is underway at our South Campus location, which result in a beautiful new hospital for Marshalltown and the surrounding communities we serve.
Fortunately, we can lean on a strong and supportive community. We thank the major donors below for their generous commitments and for standing alongside us as we boldly redesign our local health care. Learn more about how you can support this once-in-a-century project.
Ann C. Keyser Trust
Our first major gift for the new hospital was a generous $250,000 commitment from the Ann C. Keyser Trust. Pictured are trustees Keith Bloomquist (left) and Kevin Hitchins (right), along with Deirdre Gruendler, Executive Director of our Foundation.
We're happy to announce our second major donor for our new hospital project – it's a $150,000 commitment from MARSHALLTOWN Company! This wonderful commitment will help us as we redesign what health care looks like for our community. Pictured are UnityPoint Health – Marshalltown Foundation Executive Director Deirdre Gruendler, MARSHALLTOWN CEO & President Joe Carter and the following leaders: Ann Laubenthal, Jon Vance, Jeff Schneider, John Reynolds, John Landherr, Nate McCulley and Nick Barnes.
Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation
We're ecstatic to announce our third major donor for the amazing new hospital on the south edge of town – it's a $250,000 commitment from the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation. This generosity will be crucial in helping us deliver on UnityPoint Health's vision of "The best outcome for every patient, every time." Pictured is (left) Deirdre Gruendler, Executive Director of the UnityPoint Health Foundation, and (right) Heidi Dalal, Executive Director of the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation.
So happy to announce our fourth major donor for our new hospital – it's Emerson with a $250,000 commitment! This generous gift is a big help as we look to transform health care in Marshalltown. Pictured are Deirdre Gruendler, Executive Director of our Foundation, and Kevin Meyer, president of Emerson's flow control business.