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        VOL. 23 NO. 7                                                                                  JULY 2020

                                                              TequesTa Profile

                                Jupiter Medical Center Raises Nearly

                             $1.8 Million For COVID-19 Relief Fund

        Support from donors is needed to sustain Jupiter
      Medical Center at any time, but it is particularly critical in
      times of crisis. In the height of the COVID-19 pandemic,
      Jupiter Medical Center Foundation received nearly $1.8
      million in philanthropic donations.
        “We are extremely grateful for the generosity of the
      community and our donors during this uncertain time,”
      said Liv Vesely, president of Jupiter Medical Center
      Foundation. “Gifts received are helping to offset losses
      due to decreased volumes, and have allowed us to purchase
      additional medical equipment to address the hospital’s
      highest priority needs.”
        The hospital received multiple donations as the
      community rallied to support Jupiter Medical Center
      Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund. Through ClubsHELP,   Golf Club. Members stepped up collectively, raising more   Peter Catholic Church and Temple Beth Am of more than
      an organization that connects golf organizations with local   than $250,000 for Jupiter Medical Center Foundation’s   $45,000. Additional generous donors contributed funds
      communities to provide critical resources in times of need,   COVID-19 Relief Fund. The foundation also received
      Jupiter Medical Center was “adopted” by the Seminole   an interfaith donation from JupiterFIRST Church, St.   Tequesta Profile on page 2

                                                            TequesTa sPoTlighT

                Loggerhead Marinelife Center Secures Lifesaving

                $2 Million Matching Gift From Cornelia T. Bailey

                           Foundation To Propel Campus Expansion

                                    Supporters Can Double Their Financial Impact And Help

                       The Center’s Sea Turtle Patients Receive Clean Ocean Water For Recovery

        In partnership with the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation,     Since opening its facility
      Loggerhead Marinelife Center is proud to announce a two-  in 2007, the center has treated
      million dollar-for-dollar matching gift towards their Waves of   and released thousands of
      Progress campus expansion. This lifesaving matching gift will   threatened and endangered
      help the center raise critical funds to deploy the world’s most   sea turtle patients back into the
      advanced clean-water filtration system at a sea turtle hospital.   ocean. However, the current
      The leading filtration system will provide quarantining, filtration,
      heating, and chilling for each individual hospital tank and patient   Tequesta Spotlight
      regardless of water quality or environmental conditions.   on page 2

                                                                                  LMC Aerial Rendering                                  Photo courtesy of LMC
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