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Support IU Health North Hospital with a Personalized Serenity Garden Paver

An IU Health North Hospital Release

—The Indiana University Health North Hospital Office of Philanthropy is offering donors the opportunity to leave a legacy by supporting the hospital with personalized garden pavers in the IU Health North Hospital Serenity Garden. 

This opportunity can be used to honor a loved one or commemorate a special time in one’s life, and is open to any individual or corporate entity. Three paver sizes are available, and can be personalized with colors, text, logos and images.

Gifts will be recognized in the garden but can be restricted to specific areas and programs in the hospital, such as Breast Care, Professional Development, or the area of greatest need. All gifts are tax-deductible.  

"We have received so much positive feedback about the Serenity Garden, particularly from patient families,” said Tracy Miller, director of philanthropy at IU Health North Hospital. “They want to stay close to their loved ones but sometimes just need a place of respite with fresh air and sunshine, and that is what the Serenity Garden provides.” 

Designed as a place of rest and peaceful escape from the struggles of a health care journey, the garden includes succulent plants, stone paths, a pergola and seating areas. Hospital team members and visitors are encouraged to visit it on the fourth floor. 

The Serenity Garden at IU Health North Hospital was created in 2015 in memory of Joseph Sexton and Zeff Weiss through a generous gift from the G. Marlyne Sexton family.  

For more information, please contact Tracy Miller at 317.688.5678 or northgiving@iuhealth.org.

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