The Harpley Fund: A Legacy of Caring and Giving

A fund established by Betsy Harpley in 1992 has grown to more than $1.3 million, allowing Lahey Hospital & Medical Center to award grants to patients who need help paying for end-of-life care in home or hospice.

The Harpley Fund: A Legacy of Caring and Giving

A fund established by Betsy Harpley in 1992 has grown to more than $1.3 million, allowing Lahey Hospital & Medical Center to award grants to patients who need help paying for end-of-life care in home or hospice.

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Golfer Gives to Stroke Care

After Mary O’Brien suffered a stroke on the golf course, she and her husband Tim made a major gift to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center to benefit other stroke patients.

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Grateful for Lahey’s Care, Cancer Survivor Joins 5K

After being successfully treated for two different cancers at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Framingham attorney Betsy Soule is giving back. She’s one of the top fundraisers for this year’s Lahey Health 5K Cancer Walk & Run.

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Canadian Couple Supports Trauma Education

Earl Brewer and Sandy-Kitchen Brewer of New Brunswick, Canada, come to Lahey for their care. By making grants to the Lahey Clinic Canadian Foundation, they can foster cross-border collaboration among Lahey and Canadian physicians.

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Couple Honors Lahey Nurses

After Lahey nurses helped him return to health, Lexington businessman Mark Ain and his wife, Carolyn, created a scholarship fund that helps these caregivers further their education.

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