LifeFlight's annual golf outing nets $22,000 for critical care training
It was a beautiful day for golf on June 17 when 140 golfers gathered at Martindale Country Club in Auburn for what might have been LifeFlight’s biggest golf tournament yet. After a final tally, the event raised more than $22,000! All of these funds are earmarked for crew education, training and professional development.
Your gift will have twice the impact!
We’re excited to share that longtime supporters Linda Bean and Diana Bean have pledged to match every donation made this year under the “Bean Match” campaign. That means when you make a gift in 2019 and mark it as a “Bean Match” donation, it will have double the impact on critical care transport in Maine.
‘The Future of Nursing’ Conference a Success
On March 23rd Northern Maine Community College’s Student Nurses’ Association (SNA) hosted their first conference focused on the future of nursing in Aroostook County and drew a crowd of near 80 students to the E. Perrin Edmunds Conference Center on the NMCC campus.
LifeFlight marks one year at Sanford Seacoast Regional Airport
To answer the growing number of calls for help in Maine, LifeFlighted purchased a third helicopter and opened a third base of operations last year. With a helicopter and critical care team permanently stationed in Sanford 24-hours-a-day, LifeFlight has been able to help more and more patients who need a higher level of emergency care.