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Maurices Donates to Healthcare Foundation to Support CCMH in the Fight Against COVID-19

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Maurices Donates to Healthcare Foundation to Support CCMH in the Fight Against COVID-19

Gillette, Wyoming – The local maurices store has given $5,000 to the Campbell County Healthcare Foundation (CCHCF). The money will be used to purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers for coronavirus (COVID-19) preparations in Campbell County, Wyoming. PPE includes things like masks, gowns, gloves, and PAPR (powered, air-purifying respirator).

maurices, a women’s apparel brand with 900+ stores across the U.S. and Canada, announced this month that it was donating $250,000 to multiple rural community hospitals on the frontlines of the COVID‐19 pandemic. Campbell County Health’s Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) will receive this generous donation.

“When caring for sick patients, healthcare workers need PPE, which is in short supply around the world. CCH is working with every resource possible to obtain needed PPE, so the timing of this donation is perfect. We are extremely grateful for maurices support,” says Mary Lou Tate, CCH Chief Financial Officer.

maurices said they selected CCMH and other rural community hospitals in markets that are representative of the brand’s full chain.

“With maurices stores in more than 900 communities, we are proud to support our local healthcare workers who are on the frontlines treating patients in rural hospitals. These individuals are truly hometown healthcare heroes,” said George Goldfarb, maurices President and CEO. “Often rural hospitals don’t get the support they need, and by providing them with a monetary donation they will be able to purchase what they need most in this fight against COVID‐19.”

Healthcare Foundaiton Crisis Response 
Healthcare providers are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, ready to care for our community. You can say thank you to local healthcare workers with a gift of support. Your gift can help with needed supplies like personal protective equipment (PPE). Healthcare workers need these supplies to care for patients safely, and not only are they in short supply, but costs have increased significantly. Or your gift can be used to say thank you in a more personal way. Every gift is appreciated, and will be acknowledged. For businesses and individuals looking to give monetary donations to be used to support healthcare in our community, please contact CCHCF at 307.688.6235 or visit for information on the Healthcare Foundation Crisis Response GoFundMe campaign,

You can learn more about PPE at

About maurices
maurices is a women’s specialty apparel retailer that celebrates feel good fashion for real life ™. maurices is committed to its service with style promise and offering affordable fashions that take women from workday to weekend, and all of life’s adventures in between. With inclusive sizing from 0‐24, maurices is famous for its versatile styles including key categories such as denim, dresses, tops and more. Established in 1931, maurices operates 930 stores in communities across the United States and Canada and offers even more fashion at maurices is headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota.

About Campbell County Healthcare Foundation
The Campbell County Healthcare Foundation began in 1975 to improve the health and wellbeing of the citizens of Campbell County, Wyoming. CCHCF has given more than $2,000,000 in scholarships and grants to people and projects throughout our communities. CCHCF is also the umbrella organization for: Festival of Trees fundraising committee; The Legacy Advisory Board for The Legacy Living & Rehabilitation; Hospice Advisory Board; Close to Home Hospice Hospitality House; Cancer Care Committee; Scholarship Committee; and the VIP Project (Vaccine for Influenza Prevention) Committee. Learn more at

About Campbell County Health
Campbell County Health (CCH) is the most comprehensive healthcare system in the state, serving patients in the community and region with over 100 providers on the medical staff in 20 specialties. CCH’s continuum of care includes our acute care, community hospital (Campbell County Memorial Hospital), 16 specialty clinicsThe Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center long term care facility, home health and hospicehome medical equipmentphysical therapy and rehabilitation services and Powder River Surgery Center. Learn more at

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