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LOCAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS INSTITUTION THROWS WEIGHT BEHIND MRI CAMPAIGN
The Eganville Leader Publishing Ltd. is the latest Renfrew County business to come forward with a donation to the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation’s MRI Image Matters campaign.
Leader Publisher Gerald Tracey and his wife, Wanda announced Friday the Leader will contribute $50,000 to the campaign. The donation is comprised of a cash donation of $25,000 and $25,000 in in-kind services, such as advertising, to encourage others to donate to the fund, and to support the various fundraising events planned throughout the campaign.
The Traceys said that because the Leader is a county-wide newspaper and they wanted to support a cause every resident of Renfrew County could benefit from, the decision to choose the MRI fund was an easy one.
The Miramichi Lodge Auxiliary has donated $3,000 to the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation’s MRI campaign. The Miramichi Lodge Auxiliary has donated $3,000 to the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation’s MRI campaign. Their names follow in the description of the picture below. Accepting the donation were PRHF Director Barb Schoof and Donor Relations Coordinator, Greg Junop.
PEMBROKE – Barbara Blackstein and the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation have combined efforts to create a Christmas gift that supports the MRI: Image Matters Campaign.
The program is a perfect gift idea for those hard-to-shop-for friends and family. When you make a donation to the MRI Campaign as a Christmas gift for someone, the foundation will send a signed Barbara Blackstein card to the recipient with a personal message from you letting them know you have contributed to the MRI: Image Matters Campaign in their honour.
Blackstein’s oil on canvas painting, Block at the Bridge, perfectly reflects the warmth of communities in the Ottawa Valley and will be featured on this year’s Foundation Christmas Card. “I’ve been painting the people and places of the Ottawa Valley for 40 years,” reflected Mrs. Blackstein. “I am thrilled to be a part of this project that supports such an important cause.”
“MRI wait times keep getting longer, and the drive’s not getting any shorter. An MRI here in the valley, means faster diagnoses and earlier treatment for our families, friends, and neighbours,” continued Mrs. Blackstein.
“We really hope this gift idea resonates with local families as this truly is a wonderful thoughtful present that will benefit so many people,” shared Nancy Warren, Executive Director or the PRHF.
To make a Christmas donation in honour of someone special, please contact the foundation office at 613-732-2811 ext. 7408 or email email@example.com
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North Renfrew District Women’s Institute Bolster Community Health Care
The North Renfrew District Federated Women’s Institute of Ontario has made a $2,500 contribution to the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation’s MRI Campaign.
The Branch made the decision this spring to give the money to MRI. “It was the right thing to do” said Elaine Hennessy, Newspaper Liaison of the Greenwood branch. “MRI is badly needed in this community. We are thrilled to have been able to make a contribution to such a worthwhile cause.” PRHF Executive Director Nancy Warren echoed her sentiments. “MRI is considered an essential piece of medical equipment. The donation from the North Renfrew Women’s Institute brings us another step closer to having MRI technology in our regional hospital. We are truly fortunate to have such generous groups supporting the campaign.”
In October, Elaine Hennessy and Iris Briggs (Treasurer of the North Renfrew District Women’s Institute), both long time members, visited the Foundation office to share their story and to make the donation official.
Originally the organization was created for farm women as community-building social club. Since that time, the Women’s Institute has grown into a social club for women throughout rural Ontario including the Upper Ottawa Valley. The local branch was founded 115 years ago and now has over 20 members. The Greenwood Branch has held a tea and fashion shows in years past while also participating in the Renfrew North District’s annual quilt raffle. “The proceeds from our events are returned directly to the community, something we are especially proud of” said Iris Briggs, Treasurer. “It is important to support local projects and to stay involved in our communities.”
Watch for the ladies this fall selling raffle tickets for this year’s quilt at the Giant Tiger, the Christmas Farmer’s Market, and other events.
(Photo left to right) Presenting the cheque were Elaine Hennessy and Iris Briggs to Marc Poirier, MRI Cabinet Member and Jessica Bray Fundraising and Development PRHF.
To get involved, donate, or help organize a fundraising event, please contact Donor Relations Coordinator Greg Junop at 613-732-2811 ext 7408 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.