Ann Briggs McCullough

Memorial Book Drive & Endowment
Touching the lives of others through literature


         
 

Josh and Abbie McCullough’s daughter, Ann Briggs, was stillborn at 35 weeks on November 6, 2007.

After her passing, alumnae members of Phi Mu Sorority from Auburn University launched the Ann Briggs McCullough Memorial Book Drive to honor her and the McCullough family. The Book Drive received support from many people across the city, state and country. After its overwhelming success, the McCulloughs established the Ann Briggs Memorial Book Endowment at USA Children's & Women's Hospital, so that her legacy may live on by touching the lives of children and families in the hospital through the gift of literature.

The McCulloughs hold the book drive annually in November for the University of South Alabama’s Children’s & Women’s Hospital and Pediatric Associates of Mobile. To date over 6,000 books have been donated in memory of Ann Briggs, each bearing a book label with her name.

It is the hope of the McCulloughs for every child to have a book of their very own.


 

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To make a secure, tax-deductible donation to the Ann Briggs McCullough Memorial Book Endowment:

 


Josh, Abbie and Carter McCullough
Ann Briggs’ Maternity Photo Session
November 4, 2007


 
 

New books and/or tax deductible donations to the Ann Briggs McCullough Book Endowment may be  mailed or delivered to:

University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital
Office of Development
1700 Center Street
Mobile, Alabama 36604-3391

Phone: (251) 415-1636
Email: cwhdevelop@usouthal.edu

For more information on how you can become involved,
contact Abbie McCullough

abbiemac518@hotmail.com or 251-654-4825.

Each book will have the following label placed in the front cover:


Others making a difference in memory of Ann Briggs

Making a difference at the ripe old age of four
Making a difference at the ripe old age of four
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Picture from the donalsonvillenews.com

 

Making a difference at the ripe old age of four

Andrew Carpenter sitting up on the sofa surrounded by the books he received at his 2nd birthday party. Thirty books were delivered to USA Children and Women's Hospital in honor of Ann Briggs and Andrew.


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