Published: 11/21/2013

Donna Schuck Named Associate Vice President and Chief Development Officer at Evangelical Community Hospital

Donna S. Schuck was recently named Associate Vice President and Chief Development Officer at Evangelical Community Hospital.
As Associate Vice President and Chief Development Officer, Schuck has oversight and responsibility for the development function of the organization. She engages leadership donors and prospects and has strategic oversight of philanthropic prospect management and outreach.
Prior to the appointment, Schuck served in the role of Director of Development at Evangelical Community Hospital since January 2013. In the new role, Schuck brings experience in development strategy, management of corporate and major gift portfolios, and has a proven track record in defining, leading and achieving fundraising goals for capital campaigns, major gifts, planned giving, annual fund and events. Prior to Evangelical she served as Director of Development for the Central Susquehanna Community Foundation.
Schuck received her Bachelor of Science degree from West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia and her Master of Education degree from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. She holds memberships with the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy; the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Central Pennsylvania Chapter; the Planned Giving Council of Central Pennsylvania where she has served as a past board member and program committee member; the Selinsgrove Rotary Club where she served as President from 2012-2013; the Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way, co-chair, Health & Human Services subcommittee 2007 -2009; and Selinsgrove Projects, Inc., Vice President 2010.
Evangelical Community Hospital received the Healthgrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award in 2013 for the fifth consecutive year, making it one of two hospitals in Pennsylvania to be recognized for consistent, positive patient experience.
Evangelical is a non-profit organization that employs approximately 1,460 people and has more than 170 employed and non-employed physicians on staff. The Hospital is licensed to accommodate 132 overnight patients, 12 acute rehab patients and 18 bassinets. The Hospital serves residents throughout the Central Susquehanna Valley, including those living in Snyder, Union, Northumberland, and Lycoming Counties.