Fairview Northland Medical Center is hosting its first annual Night of Purpose, an event to raise funds for hospital programs.
The evening starts at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct 18 at Steven’s Restaurant, 202 Rum River Drive North in Princeton. Attendees will learn more about the hospital and enjoy dinner, a silent auction and other activities.
The philanthropic focus of this year’s event will be pediatric rehabilitation. The rehabilitation department serves nearly 300 children each year and the need is increasing. Today, the care team provides this essential service in a space geared primarily toward adult patients. The hospital is looking for community support to create a rehabilitation space designed for young patients.
Individual tickets are $75 per person. Attendees can also purchase tables and different levels of sponsorship.
For more information and to register for the event, go to: www.fairview.org/nightofpurpose.
If you have questions about the event, want to learn about sponsorship opportunities or donate to the silent auction, please contact Jeff Gongoll, Development Officer, at 763-458-3633 or [email protected]