Contact: Marion Ciciarelli
The Oswego Health Foundation has recently welcomed two new key staff members.
Michele Hourigan, of Oswego was named as Development Manager, while Margaret Barclay, of Pulaski, was appointed to the position of Major Gifts Officer.
Hourigan brings with her several years of experience in event planning and management, both professionally and in the community. She was previous employed at Oswego Industries/ARC, where she was responsible for event coordination. Hourigan has a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Oswego.
Barclay arrives at Oswego Health with more than six years of development experience that includes Oswego County Opportunities, Vera House and Manlius Pebble Hill School. She holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Lawrence University.
“I am pleased to have both Michele and Margaret join the Oswego Health Foundation,” said Foundation Director Karen Ferguson. “They have experiences that will assist in our philanthropic growth at the health system as we support the healthcare needs of the health system and our community.”
The Oswego Health Foundation exists to raise and manage philanthropic support for Oswego Health as it provides accessible, quality care and improves the health of the residents in our community.
Created in 2011, the Oswego Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. As an integral partner with Oswego Health, the Foundation encourages, solicits and receives charitable gifts in support of programs, projects and services provided through Oswego Health affiliates. Gifts to the Oswego Health Foundation are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS guidelines.
To learn more about the Oswego Health Foundation, please call 315-326-3795 or visit oswegohealth.org.