The Bothwell Foundation holds a variety of events to raise awareness and raise funds to support various health-related projects. Some of these events include the following:
Wear Red for Women Luncheon
The Wear Red for Women Luncheon is committed to raising funds to place automated external defibrillators (AEDs) everywhere people work, learn, play or pray in Sedalia. To learn more, visit the Wear Red for Women page.
Lub Dub Run
The Bothwell Foundation holds its annual Lub Dub Run on the last Saturday in April each year. Funds raised through the event are designated to the Camye Callis Gaspard Memorial Heart Fund. This fund provides resources for improving cardiovascular treatment in Pettis and Benton counties. To learn more, visit the Lub Dub page.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the foundation annually hosts various activities and events to raise awareness in the fight against it and all types of cancer, as well as funds for the Gene Loveall Cancer Services Fund. To learn more about what's happening this year, visit the Pinktober page.
The Bothwell Benefit is held every other year. This is the Foundation's premier event and attracts generous donors as well as key business sponsors. The funds raised by this elegant dinner are designated to a variety of projects that benefit Bothwell Regional Health Center and its patients. To learn more, visit the Bothwell Benefit page.