Jefferson Health – Abington
Jefferson Health – Abington has been a regional healthcare pillar for over a century. It’s the largest teaching hospital in Montgomery and Bucks counties, home to one of only two Level II trauma centers in Montgomery County, and one of the busiest maternity hospitals in Pennsylvania. It comprises two hospitals in Abington and Lansdale, a world-class outpatient cancer center in Willow Grove, six outpatient campuses, two urgent care facilities, six sleep labs, and much more.
Contributions from grateful patients, generous philanthropists, and employees enhance and expand vital projects, programs and services. Each gift helps our physicians, nurses, and staff provide excellent health care using advanced technology and treatment methods. With your support, just imagine what we will accomplish tomorrow—together.
What to Support
Gifts to Jefferson Health – Abington can be made on an unrestricted basis, where the funds are allocated to the areas where there is the greatest need. Gifts may also be designated to a program or service area you wish to support.
- Jefferson Health – Abington
- Cancer Care & Treatment
- Dr. Harvey Guttmann GI Procedure Suite
- Employee Giving
- Harnett Health Services
- Hospice at Warminster
- Lansdale Hospital
- Neurology at Abington
- President’s Club
- Primary Care
- Safe Harbor
- Tesauro Special Care Nursery
- Thomas L. Dent Surgical Education Fund
Jill Kyle joined Abington in 1999. She is an honorary member of the Abington Health Foundation Women’s Board, having previously served as president for four years. Jill earned a Master of Business Administration with distinction and an international perspective from Arcadia University and a Bachelor of Arts cum laude in psychology from Tulane University. She is a Certified Fund Raising Executive, and a member of the Association of Fund Raising Professionals, Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, and Philadelphia Estate Planning Council.
Kathy Acker joined Abington Health Foundation in 2019. Before joining Abington, she previously held a position as marketing services manager for a manufacturing company. Kathy earned her Bachelor of Science in business administration from University of Phoenix.
Aimee Alven joined the Office of Institutional Advancement in 2021. Previously, she served as special events manager for the American Red Cross New Jersey Region. She has also held various advancement positions at Bryn Athyn College, The Philadelphia Orchestra, and Philadelphia Theatre Company. Aimee earned a Master of Science in arts administration from Drexel University and a Bachelor of Arts in interior design from Marymount University.
Alyson Caplan joined the Office of Institutional Advancement in March 2019. Alyson has 25 years of special event experience in Philadelphia and regionally. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English writing from the University of Pittsburgh.
Christin Cliggett has been with Abington Health Foundation since 2014. Before joining Abington, she was corporate relations manager with The Moyer Foundation. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in communications studies from the University of Rhode Island.
Morgan Crostarosa joined the Office of Institutional Advancement in 2021. She has been a part of the Abington community since 2017. She earned her Bachelor of Science in speech communication with a focus in public relations from Millersville University.
Michelle Foster joined the Office of Institutional Advancement in January 2022. She earned a Bachelor of Science in tourism and hospitality management from Temple University with a concentration in hospitality operations and a minor in general business studies.
Phil Kuhne joined Abington in 2018. Previously, he worked at Penn Medicine as associate director, planned giving. Phil earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Maryland.
Debbie Maha joined Abington in 2007. She previously worked as office manager for Manor College and membership coordinator for the Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce.
Kristine Medley Farmer joined the Office of Institutional Advancement in 2020. Previously, she served in advancement positions at Bryn Athyn College and Pennsylvania Ballet. She earned a Master of Science in arts administration from Drexel University and a Bachelor of Arts in art history and fine art from Bryn Athyn College.
The Women’s Board and Auxiliaries are a group of dedicated women who devote their time and talents to friend-raising and fundraising for Abington Health Foundation. If you are interested in finding opportunities to volunteer, make a difference, and give back to your community, you are in the right place! Involvement in our activities and events can be tailored to accommodate your schedule and desired level of commitment.
Make payable to Abington Health Foundation and mail to:
Office of Institutional Advancement
P.O. Box 71331
Philadelphia, PA 19176-1331
For more information on how to make a gift to Jefferson Health – Abington, please contact our team at 215-481-4438 and ask to speak to a Gift Officer.