The Michael Daniloff Endowment for Evangelical Hospice
The Michael Daniloff Endowment for Evangelical Hospice was established in September 2004 to recognize Mr. Daniloff for his 28-year commitment to and service as President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital and the communities it serves.
Evangelical Hospice provides end-of-life care to patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Income from the Daniloff Endowment will help to provide care to those in need. Additional gifts to the Daniloff Endowment assures that this mission continues.
Meet Michael Daniloff
Michael Daniloff began his career as President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital in October 1976. During the following 28 years under his leadership, the Hospital grew by leaps and bounds. New facilities, services and programs were added. The number of physicians grew from 44 in 1976 to more than 165 in 2004, and the nursing staff from just over 100 to nearly 600 today. Mr. Daniloff retired in 2004.
During his tenure at Evangelical, Mr. Daniloff was instrumental in providing the vision and leadership for the initiation of new programs and services. It was under his guidance that Evangelical Hospice was founded in 1989. As a tribute to Mr. Daniloff for his dedication to the Hospital and to recognize his concern for those at the end-of-life, an endowment fund to support Evangelical Hospice was established in his name.
How to Contribute
Visit our donation page to make a gift to the Daniloff Endowment for Evangelical Hospice. For more information, contact the Development at Office at (570) 522-2685, or send an email.