(Renfrew) Recognizing the importance of health care access for everyone across the Ottawa Valley, George Jackson Toyota Scion recently donated $20,000 amongst the areas five hospitals, with $4,000 going towards…
“Building upon last year’s success, we wanted to throw an open door party to the community,” shared Roy. “We saw tons of guests over the two days of festivities with…
Helping to put a fresh coat on for Spring, Benjamin Moore: the Carpet Barn has donated $725 towards the MRI: Image Matters campaign help bring comprehensive healthcare, closer to home.…
Donors with accumulated contributions of $5,000 or more will be recognized on the “Donor Wall”. A category plaque bearing the name of the individual, family, organization or corporation will appear at the appropriate category corresponding with the total accumulated pledge. The Donor Wall is located prominently in Tower B, across from the Mural Café, and will serve as a permanent reminder of those who have provided generous support of the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation.
Have no fear, there is still time left in the 2014 tax year! Thanks to the generous support Butler GM, Westland Auto Sales, Hyundai Pembroke, and the former Upper Valley Dodge Chrysler, your donation can be matched as part of our Match It & Drive MRI program.
First time Donor? Make your 2014 charitable contributions by taking advantage of the new First-Time Donor Super Credit! Click the following link to find out more: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/nwsrm/txtps/2013/tt131216-eng.htm
(Petawawa) – “There are many valuable charities, and the MRI campaign is important because it affects everyone. [My] Dad’s wish was to keep the money local and help his community,” says Todd Doran.
Donation of fetal heart monitor and education fund to Pembroke Regional Hospital
Launched from heartbreak, the Healing Wishesprogram at the Pembroke Regional Hospital helps to provide comfort to families suffering the loss of a child from conception to early infancy, aiming to help find a path forward to healing and hope. The Ferguson family lost a baby in the second trimester and in grieving, wished they had something more to hold onto. It was through this heartbreak that the first memory boxes were created. When the Popke family lost a baby at 37 weeks in 2011, they were given a memory box made by the Ferguson’s.
PEMBROKE – Following the spirit of the holidays, the Godin family has chosen to make a generous contribution to support the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation’s MRI: Image Matters Campaign. “Most of us have what we need at home; but the Ottawa Valley doesn’t have an MRI,” said Gina Godin. “Instead of a family gift exchange, we decided to pool our money and support the MRI campaign which will impact so many families in our region year round.