“The Hospital is one of the most worthwhile institutions in which to invest. We were happy to be able to help in this way.”
Bob and Penny Young Give Back in Multiple Ways
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Bob and Penny Young have both experienced outstanding patient care at Providence Mission Hospital several times. “In 1971, our third child was born at South Coast Medical Center, now Providence Mission Hospital, Laguna Beach,” recalled Bob.
Since then, the couple has chosen to support Providence Mission Hospital in a variety of ways. “I have volunteered with the Hospital Auxiliary since 2008 — in the Spiritual Care Department, at the ER help desk and in the Risk Management Department,” Bob said. “Then, as day manager shuttle driver, assisting in the Foundation office and finally heading up the
executive leadership team for the Auxiliary.”
Penny, also a member of the Auxiliary, has volunteered in the Oncology Unit and is currently involved with the Cardiac Telemetry Unit.
“As you can see, our family is very involved and devoted to Providence Mission Hospital,” said Bob. “Not just because we love volunteering, but also because we know firsthand the excellent care one receives as a patient. It reflects from the top. The Hospital is blessed to have excellent leadership.”
Bob and Penny have not only given of their time but also have generously given back to Providence Mission Hospital via two charitable gift annuities to support the hospital that means so much to them. “The Hospital is one of the most worthwhile institutions in which to invest,” shared Bob. “We were happy to be able to help in this way.”
Together, we can provide care that transforms lives, now and for years to come.