Co-owners David and Maggie Robinson and Kacie McLaughlin, activity director, of Holly Shores Campground in Cape May, N.J., presented a check to Cape Regional Medical Center in the amount of $8,344, which represents the final installment of their three-year, $25,000 pledge.

The Cape May County Herald reported that the Holly Shores donation will go towards the Intensive Care Unit renovation project, specifically for the renovation of a patient room on the unit. The generous pledge is made possible by various fundraising initiatives that are held at Holly Shores Campground throughout the camping season.

“The Holly Shores family is proud to participate in the renovation of the Intensive Care Unit at Cape Regional Medical Center,” stated Maggie Robinson, Co-Owner of the Campground. “Our fundraisers are becoming more and more popular – our campers are as enthusiastic as we are about supporting our community Medical Center.”

“Thank you, Dave and Maggie and everyone at Holly Shores Campground for partnering with Cape Regional Medical Center to make the renovation of our Intensive Care Unit a reality,” stated Joanne Carrocino, FACHE, president and CEO. “We value your support as we continue to provide exceptional intensive care to our community.”