The fruit of your work, wealth and wisdom
Norman Potter, Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs
At Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, we view the future with excitement, gratitude and a renewed sense of responsibility.
There is excitement generated by the vision of our chief executive officer, John D. McConnell, M.D., whose goal is to build on our organization’s reputation as an internationally recognized academic medical center of the highest quality.
We are grateful for your energy and vision as well: the contributions of work, wealth and wisdom that you have to offer. Your efforts make a major difference for us as we navigate challenging economic conditions. Perhaps you will volunteer for one of our special events; make a significant gift to help launch a new initiative; faithfully make an annual gift that helps sustain an established program; or serve in a leadership position on an advisory board. Every single contribution truly makes a difference.
The needs of a thriving medical center continue without regard for current events. Often, these needs intersect with areas of heartfelt interest to you – fighting cancer, reducing traumatic injuries among kids, assuring equity in health care across all populations, educating the next generation of medical professionals or advancing basic medical research. Thanks to you, all of this vital work continues at our medical center.
Simply, we ask you to consider giving in ways that fit with your circumstances and the areas that interest you most. You can give online and we welcome the opportunity to talk with you about how you can contribute in ways that are most meaningful to you.
Your support means brighter and healthier lives for all of the people we serve. That is the noble product of your work, wealth and wisdom.
Norman D. Potter
Vice President, Development and Alumni Affairs
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center