Saratoga Hospital
35th Annual Summer Gala

Adirondack Summer


The 35th Annual Summer Gala for Saratoga Hospital held on August 2nd
raised $371,184.

More than 1,080 people attended the summer event, enjoying this year’s theme of “Adirondack Summer.”
 
The annual gala is a major source of support for Saratoga Community Health Center, which provides primary care, dental and behavioral health services to the Saratoga community, regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. This year, the center added Addiction Medicine services to address escalating needs in the region. Of the total raised, $321,184 will be directed to the health center. A surprise $50,000 gift from Marylou Whitney and John Hendrickson in honor of Dr. Joseph W. Bell, a surgeon at Saratoga Hospital and current president of the Saratoga Hospital Medical Group, will support surgical services at Saratoga Hospital. The gift was made in honor of Dr. Bell’s 50th birthday.














Honorary Chairs Marylou Whitney and John Hendrickson

Wednesday, August 2      
6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

The Polo Meadow at
Saratoga Casino Hotel

presented by          
 

6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Silent Auction

7:00 p.m.
Live Auction

 Ticket Price: 
$175 per person; $125 junior attendee (21-35)

Online ticketing has closed.  You may purchase tickets at the event.  
 


About the Event
Saratoga Hospital's Annual Summer Gala is a highlight of the Saratoga Summer season - and one of the Capital Region's largest, most successful charitable auctions. Even more important, the event is a major source of support for the Saratoga Hospital's Saratoga Community Health Center.  In 2016, the 34th Annual Summer Gala netted more than $300,000.

Improving the Lives of our Underinsured Neighbors
Saratoga Community Health Center is the only facility of its kind in the Saratoga region - a place where those who are underinsured can receive high-quality, affordable primary care, dental and behavioral health services. For many patients, their connection with the Community Health Center is their first experience with the routine healthcare that can make a dramatic difference in quality of life.  Click here to learn more about the Community Health Center.