Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Relies on Community Support

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Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital

A managing director at JPMorgan in Los Angeles, Gary Fournier has served in his current role for over a decade. Over the course of a career spanning nearly 40 years he has received recognition for his work from prominent media outlets such as Barron’s, which named him on its list of Top Financial Advisors. Outside of the office, Gary Fournier takes an active role in his community by supporting a number of organizations, including Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital of Long Beach.

Specializing in providing maternity care and treating children and young adults with a variety of conditions, Miller Children’s delivers over 6,000 babies and cares for more than 8,000 children each year. As a not-for-profit hospital, the organization relies on the support of generous individuals and corporate donors in order to continue its important work.

Those who would like to give to Miller Children’s can get involved with the hospital in a number of ways. In addition to making a one-time cash donation or providing ongoing financial support, individuals can donate items such as books and toys for the hospital’s playroom. Miller Children’s also welcomes volunteers for its in-hospital programs and local fundraising groups that include JJCCC Volunteers, Memorial Women’s Hospital League, and SCRUBS.

With Miller Children’s and its supporters hosting a number of events throughout the year, attending a hospital fundraiser is another way individuals can make the hospital a focus of their philanthropic endeavors. For more information about how to get involved with Miller Children’s, visit


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