It is our organizational mission to give back. A portion of all conference proceeds are donated to nonprofit organizations or to provide SRNA scholarship opportunities.
We are privileged to be involved with Military Connections. A non-profit organization based out of Pittsburgh, PA that provides support packages to deployed military members.
Our most recent contribution supported the annual Christmas Stocking drive. This initiative shipped full stockings of goodies to our overseas military members. This years goal is 1500 stockings!
If you would like to join in the mission, donate at their website listed below or use this amazon wish list link to purchase much needs supplies for military care packages.
During the initial surge of Covid 19 cases, we were involved with the Westmoreland County, PA food bank. A portion of our Spring 2020 conference was donated to assist with the immediate need in the area related to closure of businesses and livelihood concerns in our home town.
Sarah’s House of Maine
Our fall 2019 Destination conference to Bar Harbor, Maine led us to Sarah’s House. Providing affordable housing and transportation for patients undergoing cancer treatments in rural Maine.
This warm, inviting and nurturing environment is a blessing to many, and we were honored to tour the facility and to donate to such an amazing organization.
Annual SRNA Scholarships are offered to our founders Alma Mater, Excela School of Anesthesia in Latrobe, PA during our Spring Anesthesia Conferences.
2019 Recipient – Michelle Cerasuolo SRNA
2020 Recipient- Derick Mostoller SRNA
2021 Recipient- Brian Zieger SRNA
Since 1976, Blackburn Center has been providing services to victims of domestic and sexual violence and other types of violence and crime in Westmoreland County, and presenting education programs across this community.
Blackburn Center charitable donations directed from January 2021 virtual CRNA conference
PO Box 398
Greensburg, PA 15601
Working Dogs For Vets Mission is to provide service dogs and training to disabled heroes in need, empowering them as they return to civilian life with a new found independence; reducing suicide and overcrowding in animal shelters.
The Montana Hope Project began in 1984 when a handful of Montana Highway Patrol Officers reached out to a couple of kids with life-threatening illnesses. They dug into their own pockets, borrowed a van, and took the kids and their families on a trip to Glacier Park.
Sponsored by the Association of Montana Troopers, the Montana Hope Project originated from the strong desire of Troopers to offer a special and unique service to the communities they served.
Military Connections, a Pittsburgh based non-profit, ships care packages and vital supplies to military personnel stationed overseas. We have been shipping boxes since 2003.
At Sarah’s House, we provide not only an affordable place to stay, but a supportive and caring atmosphere centered around hope and healing.
Have a charity you would like us to consider for donations?
Please contact us: SummitAnesthesiaSeminars@gmail.com