LCH announces large donation from Macleod, South Mill Champs

LCH CEO, Ronan W. Gannon and South Mill Champs CEO, Lewis Macleod.

LCH Health and Community Services announced a generous donation from Lewis Macleod, CEO of South Mill Champs. Macleod completed his first Olympic triathlon, a 1.5 km swim, a 40 km bike ride, and a 10 km run where he raised funds to support LCH. The donation will significantly support LCH’s ongoing mission to provide high-quality healthcare and social services to the community.

Macleod presented the check to LCH CEO Ronan W. Gannon. The contribution underscores South Mill Champs’ commitment to supporting local organizations and enhancing the well-being of residents in Chester County.

“I am deeply honored to support LCH through this fundraiser. LCH’s mission to improve the health and well-being of people and communities by providing high-quality healthcare, resources, and social services aligns with South Mill Champs’ commitment to nourish responsibly. By participating in this triathlon, we raised essential funds that will help LCH continue supporting the highest possible standard for community health and wellness. Together, we can create and sustain the resources, conditions, and opportunities that enable all LCH patients and community members to achieve their optimal health and wellness,” said Macleod.

South Mill Champs, a leading provider of fresh mushrooms and functional mushroom foods, has a long-standing history of community involvement. The company’s philanthropic efforts have consistently focused on improving local healthcare and education.

The donation supports LCH and its focus on health literacy and patient education designed to address the diverse needs of the community, particularly the underserved populations.

“We sincerely appreciate Mr. Macleod’s generous donation and commitment to supporting LCH. His participation in the Olympic triathlon and the funds raised will significantly benefit our ongoing mission to provide high-quality, affordable healthcare to the community. This contribution is a testament to South Mill Champs’ dedication to local organizations and enhancing the well-being of Chester County residents,” states LCH CEO, Ronan W. Gannon.

Founded in 1973, LCH has grown into a comprehensive health and community services organization. It offers a range of services, including primary medical care, behavioral health, social services, pediatrics, and women’s health services to thousands of individuals and families in southern Chester County.

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