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Geneva General Hospital Auxiliary Makes Donation to Geneva Reads Program
The Geneva General Hospital Auxiliary has donated $1,000 to the Geneva Reads Books at Birth program. The Geneva Reads Initiative is a partnership between the library, schools, school libraries, government and community agencies, and others in Geneva, to raise the level of literacy in people of all ages and to increase the importance of reading and the reader in the community.

The Auxiliary’s donation was used to purchase over 200 copies of Goodnight Moon. The books will be packed with a pamphlet to be delivered to Geneva General Hospital’s Family Birth Center, and each newborn will receive a book to take home to help foster a life-long love of reading.

“Books at Birth is an important program, and we are excited to offer the gift of early literacy to the families of the newborns born at Geneva General,” said Auxiliary President Molly Mahoney-Thurston.

Established in 1951, the Geneva General Hospital Auxiliary, through friend-raising, fund-raising and volunteer service, is committed to helping the organization provide compassionate and high quality health care services to the Finger Lakes community. Membership is open to anyone and those who would like to join the Auxiliary, should contact the Volunteer Office at (315) 787-4065.

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