In their signature tie-dye shirts, Team CMH made a huge showing at the Dempsey Challenge over the weekend, running, walking and biking to help raise money for the Dempsey Center. For the second consecutive year, team members represented Central Maine Healthcare as a single, unified team. This year’s Team CMH roster was larger than last, with close to 200 members. Together, they met their goal, raising $60,000, also surpassing last year’s effort, for the Dempsey Center which provides services, free of charge, for people impacted by cancer. We’re proud to say Team CMH was the third highest fundraising team this year. The Dempsey Center, itself, raised more than $1.5 million. Team CMH had a presence at the challenge throughout the weekend that was anchored by the Central Maine Healthcare tent and mascot Dr. Eddy the Teddy.
Peter Wright, FACHE, senior vice president, Central Maine Healthcare, said, “What a tremendous effort by all members of Team CMH this year. I would like to thank the many team members who made this possible. I’m already looking forward to next year’s Dempsey Challenge!”