Cullman Regional Foundation donates $150K for new ambulance

Charna Brown, CNO at Cullman Regional, and James Curtis, director of Cullman EMS Ambulance Services, accept the check from the Foundation Board of Trustees. (Cullman Regional Foundation)

CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman Regional Foundation Board of Trustees recently  donated $150,000 to Cullman Regional for a new ambulance at Cullman Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

“The generous giving from the community and fundraising efforts from the Gala have allowed for the donation,” said Cullman Regional Foundation President Dr. Matt Dellinger. “The Cullman Regional Foundation is proud to have a role in advancing healthcare for our community.”

The Cullman Regional Board of Trustees and the Cullman Regional Service Guild members helped with the fundraising efforts and fundraising events, which allow individuals to become more involved in local philanthropy.

The Cullman Regional Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks to assist, advance and strengthen Cullman Regional in its mission of providing excellent health care, health education and other humanitarian endeavors.

“The Foundation and the Service Guild conduct (sic) fundraising for a variety of special needs and projects at Cullman Regional,” said Foundation Executive Director Maria Stanford. “Contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible for donors as allowed by IRS rules and any gift of at any level is appreciated.”

Community members may volunteer, donate online or learn more about giving programs by visiting

For additional information on the Foundation call 256-737-2565 or