Our donors, and the beneficiaries of their generosity, have stories to share.

Read their inspiring stories below:

Joanne Dickinson: Continuing the Dickinson Legacy

Growing up, Joanne Dickinson’s father Champ regularly talked about her great-great-great uncle, Caleb Cooley Dickinson. Caleb’s $100,000 bequest to establish a hospital for “the sick poor” was a point of immense pride.

Gary Mongeon: Acting Now for Cooley Dickinson’s Future

In November 2020, Gary Mongeon celebrated 50 years of service at Cooley Dickinson. During his long tenure in Cooley’s main laboratory, Gary worked as a microbiology technician and as the lab’s Information Systems Manager.

Donna Feng: Establishing a Bloodline of Generosity

Donna Feng knows that blood saves lives. She was a regular blood donor at Cooley Dickinson Hospital for well over 20 years.

Paul M. Craig; A Man of Generosity and Action

Take a look at Paul M. Craig’s long career, and you will see a life filled with variety, action, and a commitment to helping others.

Marjorie Magner: 1921-2017

An Extraordinary Woman. An Extraordinary Planned Gift. As a longtime Northampton and Easthampton resident, Marge understood the importance of a strong hospital and a well-staffed VNA & Hospice for the well-being of a community.

Margaret and Ernest Vitkauskas

A husband’s deep desire to honor his wife leads to a $1,700,000 bequest in support of Cancer Care at Cooley Dickinson Hospital.