Medina Hospital Foundation encourages connections between the community and the Hospital through special event fundraising. Individuals or corporate sponsorship of our events provide support to key services and programs offered at Medina Hospital.

BASH (Benefiting A Superior Hospital)

BASH proceeds are used to fund important projects and programs at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital. Recent examples of how proceeds were used include videonystomography goggles to diagnose and treat balance disorders, a caregiver Relaxation Room giving staff members a quiet place to decompress during difficult shifts and emergency evacuation equipment.

Jack Vigneault Memorial Golf Outing

This annual golf outing raises funds for Medina Hospital's strategic priorities. For more information visit

RAISING HOPE... One Glass at a Time

Raising Hope... One Glass at a Time, a fundraiser for Medina's Cancer Services at Corkscrew Saloon. Proceeds provide supportive medications for patients unable to meet co-pays, snacks and lunches for patients during lengthy treatment sessions, and supportive initiatives for patients reaching treatment milestones.  We thank all our attendees and sponsors and contributors for their support!

Hosted by the oncology staff at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital, this casual afternoon open house features wine samplings accompanying a variety of appetizers, additional beverages, and desserts. Raising Hope also includes live music, an online auction, a gift basket raffle and 50/50 raffle. Watch for upcoming news on our 2022 event.

Newsletter Media Inquiries

Media Inquiries

Medina Hospital Foundation Executive Director Randy Fuerst is available for media interviews and can provide expert commentary regarding trends and insights related to all facets of charitable giving across the healthcare industry.

Contact the Cleveland Clinic Corporate Communications for details on arranging interviews or to inquire about speaking engagements.

Joe Milicia
Director, PR & Communications
Phone: 330.801.1204
Email: [email protected]