Devon Horse Show Pledges $2 Million to Enhance Local Hospital’s Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit

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Image via the Devon Horse Show.

The Devon Horse Show’s board of directors has approved a six-year, $2 million pledge to Bryn Mawr Hospital for improvements to its inpatient behavioral health unit, writes John George for the Philadelphia Business Journal.

The Devon Horse Show was started in 1896, making it the nation’s oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed competition. Throughout the last 100 years, it has donated more than $18 million to various services and programs at the hospital.

The pledge comes after the completion of the previous five-year, $2 million pledge that ended in December. It also represents a way for the Horse Show to mark a full century of support for the hospital. The show is run by more than 2,000 volunteers.

“We are thrilled to mark 100 years of support with a new commitment to Bryn Mawr Hospital that will directly benefit inpatient services in the Behavioral Health Unit,” said board co-chair Darlene DiGorio. “We’re proud to contribute to their efforts.”

Read more about the Devon Horse Show’s support of Bryn Mawr Hospital in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.

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