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Health Services Foundation Annual Report 2017

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Health Services Foundation Annual Report 2017

  1. 1. Together,a healthy future is in our hands. Report to Donors 2017
  2. 2. H e a l t h S e r v i c e s F o u n d at i o n o f t h e S o u t h S h o r e2 Health Services Foundation Board of Directors 2016-2017 AsIreflectonthelasttwelvemonthsit’shardtobelieveayear hasgonebysinceIassumedtheroleasBoardChair.It’sbeenbusy, excitingandoneIwoulddescribeasa“transition”year. Shortlyafterour2016AGM,theBoardapprovedanOperational ReviewoftheHealthServicesFoundation.Thereviewfocusedonall aspectsoftheFoundationincludingfundraisingactivities,resource allocation,officeefficiencies,andstaffing.Thegoalistobetter positiontheFoundationbyaligningwithcurrentbestpracticesand ensuringweraisemoneyinthemostefficientmannerpossible. Iampleasedtosaythevastmajorityofrecommendationswere supportedbytheBoardandprogressisbeingmadeonallofthem. Targetcompletionforimplementingtherecommendationsisthe springof2018. Wecontinuetoforgenewrelationshipswithourpartnersat theNovaScotiaHealthAuthority(NSHA).TheNSHAisnowtwo yearsintotheirmandateandstillverymuchinthebuildingphase. Werecognizetheimportanceofthisrelationshipandwillcontinue tobuilduponittoensureboththeFoundationandNSHAbetter understandeachother’sneedsandwishesaswehelpsupport qualityhealthcareontheSouthShore. ThisyearwewereverypleasedtofullysupporttwoMinimal InvasiveSurgicalsuitesfortheOperatingRoomsatSouthShore RegionalHospital,committing$1.4-milliontotheproject.This willgiveourdoctorsandnursesthemostuptodatetechnology ensuringwewillbeabletoretainandrecruitoursurgicalstaffon theSouthShore.Iampleasedtosaythatthroughprudentfinancial management,reconciliationofoldoutstandingcommitments, andfavorablemarketconditionswewereabletofullysupportthis projectwithouttheneedofacapitalcampaign.Thisisoursingle biggestprojecttodate. Aswelookforward,theNSHAhasannouncedanexpansionof theEmergencyDepartmentatSouthShoreRegional,includinga newlydesignedEndoscopySuite,aswellasa12-bedDialysisUnit. Wefullyanticipatebeingengagedinthisprojectandworkingwith theNSHAastheprojectbecomesreality. Inclosing,Iwouldjustliketosayaheartfeltthankyoutoour donors,Foundationstaff,Boardmembersandvolunteers.Without yourdedicationandhardworkwesimplywouldnothavebeenable tosupporttheprojectswehavetodateandhealthcarewouldlook verydifferentontheSouthShore. Sincerely, PhilBradfield BoardChair HealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShore Board Chair’s Report PhilBradfield(Chair) TrudyJohnson(PastChair) LauraGibson(Treasurer) CynthiaRussell(Secretary) NancyStabenow AnneCosgrove Dr.HeatherRobertson JudyEstey DonaldMunroe MaryMeisner AlSullivan ChristopherWhite TenaFleet EricWhynot DavidPatrick(CommunityHealthBoardLiaison) PhilBradfield,BoardChair
  3. 3. r e p o r t t o d o n o r s 2 0 1 7 3 ThankyoufortakingthetimetocelebrateTheHealthServicesFoundation, localhealthcareandcommunitygivingwithus.Wearealwaysamazedbythe generosityofourcommunityespeciallywithyourinvestmentinhealthonthe SouthShore. TheFoundationstaffandIextendaspecialthankyoutoeachdonorwho hascalledus,walkedthoughourdoorsandparticipatedinoureventsoverthe lastyear.Itisalwaysapleasuretogettoknowyoualittlebetter. ThisyearwehavecontinuedtocreatenewrelationshipswiththeNova ScotiaHealthAuthority.Inpreparationforthistransition,twoyearsago allhospitalFoundations,withintheprovince,joinedtocreatetheHealth FoundationsofNovaScotia.Thisgrouphasaworkingrelationshipwiththe NSHAwhichhasbeenusefultoallFoundationswhenworkingthroughthis newstructure.Wemeettwiceannuallyinpersontodiscussourissuesandwork towardsolutions. WehaveseenanevolutioninourFoundationstaffing.Wewelcome AlisonClementstotheroleofDevelopmentOfficer.Shehasastronghistory injournalism,radioinparticular,inNewBrunswickandmostrecentlyinNova ScotiawithourgoodfriendsatCKBW.Alisonisalreadymakingasignificant impactinourfundraisingandcommunications.Aswewelcomeonestaffwe willsoonseeanothergraduateintoretirement.ThiswillbeBelindaSmith’sfinal AGMwithus.AftermanyyearsworkinginMentalHealthandatotalof25years withtheFoundation,shewillretireonApril1,2018totravelandspendadditional timewithfamily.ThankyousomuchBelindaforyourdedicationtoyourposition, theFoundationandthedonorsinourcommunity.Thentherearethosewho neverwanttoleavetheFoundation.WearesopleasedthatDarleneLangille hasreturnedtoworkintheoffice,onapart-timebasis,after17yearsinNew Brunswick.WelcomebackDarlene. Allstaff,Boardandcommitteemembershaveembracedawelltimed OperationalReviewwhichhastakenanindepthlookatwhatwe’vedonewelland whatareascouldbenefitthroughadditionalgrowth.Atremendousamountof timeandefforthasbeenrequiredbyallwhohaveparticipatedintheevaluation processaswelookaheadtotheEmergencyRoomRedevelopmentProject.Thank youtoallwhohaveembracedtheworkloadandthesechallenges. Pleasetakeafewminutestolookattheitemsandprojectssupported thisyear.Theover$556,000spentontheseitemshasmadeanimpactin manydifferentlocations.Wehavehadatremendousamountofvarietyin ourpurchasesthisyear,atbothhospitals,includingbeds,abladderscanner, abonedensitometryunit,afloorscrubber,labequipmentandRestorative Careequipmentjusttonameafew.Wehavecontinuedpartneringwithin theNSHAstructurebysupportingtheeffortsoftheOurHealthCentre CollaborativePracticeandcontinuingtoassisttheNewGermanyMedical Centre.Inpastyears,wehavebeenpleasedtoassistwiththeLunenburgFamily HealthCollaborativePracticeandtheBridgewaterandAreaFamilyHealth Centre,asthesegroupsworkwithlocalNSHAstaffservingthecommunity. Managing Director’s Report Asalways,ahighlightofouryearwasthe7thannualRadiothonheldon Valentine’sDay.AheartfeltthankyoutothestaffofCKBWandCountry100.7 whoembracethiseventandourFoundationcompletely.Radiothonhadaspecial challengethisyearasonFebruary13thNovaScotiawasimmobilizedwitha snowstorm.Stafftrudgedthroughsnowbanksandavoidedsnowplowstoensure thiseventwasasuccess.Anditwas–whenweclosedthebooksonRadiothon 2017wehadraisedover$150,000topurchasesevenitemsfortheOperating Roomsatacostof$0.03perdollarraised.Thiseventsteadilyraisesatremendous amountofmoneywithveryfewcostswhilebringingthecommunityandour hospitalstafftogether.ThankyoutotheFoundationstaff,Boardmembers, volunteersandtheORstaffwhowelcomedusintotheirpatientcarespace. OurWomen’sGivingCirclesupportedthenaloxonedrugkitslast November,HititforHealtheffortspurchasedaportableventilatorandCurl foraCauseboughtseveralpiecesofequipmentforthePhysiotherapyUnit atFishermen’sMemorialHospitalincludingashockwavetherapymachine, previouslyunavailableinthelocalhealthsystem.Thisbonspielcontinuesto amazeusaswesawthelargestfundraisingrevenuesinits18yearhistoryraising justover$40,000. Oureventandcommitteechairsdeserveanadditionalthankyouandour appreciationfortheirdedication,guidanceandadditionalhoursoftengivenafter analreadylongday.AnothertremendousthankyoutotheBoardmemberswho havecontinuedtosharetheplanningandworkloadinspecializedleadership roles,enhancingourbehindthescenesoperations.ThisFoundationBoardis verysupportivewithmembersworkingharderthanmosttorolluptheirsleeves anddigintothecommitteeandeventworkaswellasthehighlevelpolicy discussions.TheyareauniqueanddedicatedgroupandIgivethemthewarmest ofmyappreciation.ThisyearwewillbesorrytoloseChrisWhite,fromRBC,as hehasacceptedapromotioninWinnipeg,aswellas,ourpastBoardChairTrudy Johnson,afterfulfillingeightyearsofservice.Trudyhasalwaysbeenavailable, hasguidedusthroughchangesandchallenges,hasbeensupportive,haslistened andhasofferedjusttherightadvice.Wewillallmissyoutremendouslyatthe boardtable. Respectfullysubmitted, ArleenStevens ManagingDirector,HealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShore ArleenStevens,ManagingDirector(left)andtheFoundationTeam
  4. 4. H E A L T H S E R V I C E S F O U N D AT I O N o f t h e S O U T H S H O R E4 ifyouwereachildoftheeightieslivingontheSouthShore,nodoubt youhaveafewfondmemories. YoulikelyrememberTiffany’sversionofTommyJames&The Shondells1967hit,IThinkWe’reAloneNow,playingatTheTeenClub onKingStreet.YouprobablyremembertheopeningdayofDairyQueen onLahaveStreetandtheline-upthatnearlycrossedtheoldbridge. Andmostlylikely,yourecallthegentlemannerofDr.Gandhiashe checkedyourthroatfortonsillitis,oryourearsforanearinfection. Perhapsheunwillinglycausedyoualittlepainwithashot.Ifthat’sthe case,youlikelyfeltanothertingeofpainwhenyouheardofhispassing. Dr.Gandhiwasanexceptionaldoctor,andanevenbetterperson. Thereisnotbetterevidenceofthatthanwithhisfinalgiftto thecommunity. Afewmonthsbeforehisdeath,Dr.Gandhi,whoservedasadoctor forBridgewaterandsurroundingareaforyears,satdownonthesofa withhisson,Sanjiv,foraconversationabouthisimminentdeath.“Dad knewhewouldn’tsurviveayearandwetalkedabouthisfuneraland otherthings.Hewantedhishousetogotothecommunity,”Sanjivsaid. Dr.GandhiandhiswifearrivedinCanadafromIndiawithtwelve dollarsbetweenthetwo. Afterservingthecommunityforfortyyears, andgrowingathrivingfamilypracticeandraisingtwosuccessfulsons inBridgewater,hediedknowinghishousewouldbedonatedtothe HealthServicesoftheFoundationoftheSouthShore.Itwashisidea. Itwasveryimportanttohimthatitbeputtogooduse. SanjivandhisbrotherRajivtalkedtotheHealthServices Foundation’sManagingDirector,ArleenStevensabouttheideaofgiving thishousetotheFoundation.“Wedidn’tneedthefinancialproceeds fromthesaleofthehouse,”explainedSanjiv.“Givingthehousetothe hospitalwasourwaytogivebacktothecommunitythatgave ussomuch.” AboutgivingagiftlikeahousetotheFoundation,Sanjivwants peopletoknowthatyoucanbecreativewhenconsideringleavinga legacy.Cashisn’talwaystheeasiestthingtobequeath.Henotedgiving ahouseorotherassetcangetturnedintoother,moreusefulthings,like helpingtofundmedicalequipment. Theirparentswerealwaysveryhumble,andtheGandhibrothers knowtheirfatherwouldn’thavewantedanyrecognition.“Theyrealized theopportunitytheyweregivenlivingontheSouthShore,”saysSanjiv. “Ithinkthey’dbethrilledknowingdadisstillcaringforhispatients.” Dr.Gandhi’sgiftwillcontinuecaringforpatientsasitisput towardsfundingalargeportionoftwoMinimallyInvasiveSurgical suites,beinginstalledinSouthShoreRegionalHospitalsoon. investing Big DR. ganDHi: a continuing legacy Ifyouwouldliketoleavealegacygi�tinyourwillfor theHealthServicesFoundation,pleasecallArleenStevens withanyquestionsyoumayhave. Dr.K.J.Gandhi
  5. 5. R E P O R T T O D O N O R S 2 0 1 7 5 Having two MiniMally invasive suRgical suites at soutH sHoRe Regional Hospital will: Expandsurgeriesabletobe performed,providingmore surgeriesclosertohome Increasetheabilitytorecruit newsurgeons Greatlyenhanceefficiency intheoperatingrooms
  6. 6. H ealth S ervices F oundation o f t h e S outh S hore6 Investing locally Giving Back To Your “Local” Aswegrowupwedaydreamofwherelifeandourfuturecareerwilltake us.ForJimFox,hismilitarycareertookhimfromBedford,NovaScotia, acrossCanada,withhisCarolyn,fromLaHave.Buttherewasnevera doubtthesetwoBluenoserswouldreturntotheEastCoastonedayand planttheirrootsontheSouthShore. Jimsaysonceyou’reontheSouthShoreyouarepartofthe community.“Asamemberofthecommunityyouputyourshoulder intomakingyourcommunitybetter.Bydefinition,ourhospitalsare thecommunity.Whatgoesoninsidethehospitalinvolvesthewhole communityinonewayoranothersoifyouwanttoactuallycontribute andpromotewhereyoulive,thenthehospitalisalogicalplaceto support.” Withinayearofsettlingintotheir200-yearoldhome,nestled intheoutskirtsofMahoneBay,theFoxsbegangivingbacktolocal healthcarethroughCarolyn’svolunteerworkinthepalliativecareunitat Fishermen’sMemorialHospitalinLunenburg.“Istartedvolunteeringand thenweendedupusingbothFishermen’sandSouthShoreRegionalas patients.Wecan’tsayenoughaboutthewonderfulhelpwe’vereceivedat bothhospitals.” OvertheyearstheFoxshavemadenumerousdonationstothe HealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShore,whetherinmemoryofa friendorinsupportofacampaign.“Idon’tthinkweeverreally‘thought’ aboutitgivingtothehospital,”Carolynnotes,“itjustseemedlikethe naturalthingtodo.Wewanttoseenewequipmentinourcommunity hospitals.” Whenitcametimeforthecoupletoredotheirwill,theFoxs decidedtoincludetheHealthServicesFoundationasoneofthe beneficiaries.“Aswewereconsideringouroptionswesimplyasked ourselveswherewecouldputourmoneythatwouldmakeanimpact,” saysJim.“WechosethehospitalsthroughtheFoundationbecausethey havethebroadestreach.Andhonestly,theFoundationknowshowto spendmoneyourhospitalsneedsbetterthanwedo.Ihavefaithinthe organizationsowewillgivethemasmuchmoneyaswecanallocate.” JimandCarolynjusthopeothersthinkoftheir“local”when planningouttheirfinaldonations.”Nowadaystheolderpopulationis moreactivethaneverandwillrelyonlocalhealthcareformoreyears. Aslongastheyhavetheirhealththeyaredoingthingswhichwill generatemoreofaneedforstrong,localhealthcare.Peopleneedto thinkofandgivetotheirlocalhospitalsandtheirFoundations.” “Ourhospitalsareourcommunity...soifyouwanttoactually contributeandpromoteyourcommunity,thenthehospital isthelogicalplacetosupport,”saysJim. CarolynandJimFox
  7. 7. 175 volunteersgive time to the Health Services Foundation of the South Shore each year! Be part of your hospital and Volunteer! CalltheHealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShoretogetinvolved.902-543-8065. report to donors 2 0 1 7 7 Investing Time Raising Funds for Your “Rainy Day” It’shardtostopAnneCosgroveinhertracks.TheproudLunenburgCounty residentisinvolvedinanumberofdifferentcommunityservicegroupsand committees,keepingherwithafullday-planner.ButaphonecallinAugust madelifecometoagrindinghalt;shehadcancer. AradiologistatSouthShoreRegionalHospitalhadfoundabnormalities inherannualmammogram.Afternearly20yearsofvolunteering, fundraisingandbeingbothacommitteememberandboardmemberofthe HealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShore,Anne’slifewasabouttobeput inthehandsoftheservicesandequipmentshehelpedfund.Annesaysthe careshereceivedlocallyfromthestartmadeaworldofdifferencetoherand herfamilyasshesetouttofightthedeadlydisease.“Weweretreated–andI alwayssaywebecauseI’mnottheonlyonegoingthroughthis-likewewere theonlyonesthey(themedicalstaff)werelookingafter.” Afterthesurgerytoremovethecancerandamastectomy,the Cosgrove’slefthappy,preparingforhernexthurdle–chemotherapy. While thefirstroundofAnne’streatmentwentassmoothasitcould,another medicalissuepresenteditselfaroundChristmas.“RightbeforeIwastostart mysecondroundofchemoIbecameshortofbreath.Within24hoursIwas intheemergencydepartmentinBridgewater,onagurney,learningIwas inheartfailure.”AnnewasmoveduptotheMedicalSurgeryfloorofSouth ShoreRegionalHospitalwhereshecontinuedtobeamazedatthecare. AnneandherhusbandJimmovedtotheSouthShoreinthelate 1990s.Withinayear,sheknewshewantedtogivebacktohercommunity throughimprovinglocalhealthcare.“Ifeelthatasresidentswejust assumealltheserviceswerequirewillbethereforuswhenweneed them.Ifyouliveinacommunity,youneedtogiveback!TheissuesI’m dealingwithnowareproofofhowimportantthatis.Theequipmentin ourhospitals,thatdoesn’tjustgetthere.Yes,itcostsmoneybutweare abletoreceivetheseservicesinourowncommunitywhichiswherethe Foundationcomesin.WeneedbothFishermen’sMemorialHospitaland SouthShoreRegional.Ididn’treallyhavealottodowithSouthShore RegionalbeforeIstartedthisjourneybutIappreciateeverysquarefootof it.I’veusedalotofthemachines,beeninforsurgery,intheJourneyRoom whichismagnificent.AllthesethingstheHealthServicesFoundationhas fundedoratleastpartly-funded.” Whileshecontinueshertreatment,shedoesn’tletcancergetinthe wayofgivingbacktolocalhealthcare. “I’mveryproudtobeaHealth ServicesFoundationboardmemberbecauseIappreciatenowwhatI didn’tknowbefore.Weareproudofwhatweareabletoaddtohealth carelocallyandhowtheFoundationistacklingmodernhealthpractices headon.Wearesoluckytohavetheequipment,themedicalstaff,the hospitalsandthecommunitysupportthatwedoontheSouthShore. AnneCosgrove
  8. 8. TotalFoundationIncome nInvestments 33.29% nDonations/Events 66.71% EducationversusEquipmentFunding nEquipment 83.64% nEducation 16.36% DepartmentsBenefittingFromFunding nPalliativeCare 0.45% nVeteran’sUnit 15.95% nDiagnosticImaging 17.95% nCardiology 1.55% nRestorativeCare 0.86% nChemotherapy/Oncology/ PatientSupport 8.18% nPhysician/Staff Recruitment&Education 16.06% nLaboratory 5.71% nAssociatedSites 19.08% nHospitality& EnvironmentalServices 3.31% nOstomyDepartment 0.14% nOperatingDepartment 1.80% nGeneralUse 8.96% Staying Accountable to You The South Shore Bursary Program OverthepastdecadetheHealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShore hasbeenproudtocontributetoTheSouthShoreBursaryProgram,offering bursariesofupto$5,000toSouthShorestudentspursuinghealth-related careers. Totalcommittedtobursaryprogramover10years: $ 286,917 Numberofstudentssupported(asofSeptember2016): 77 H ealth S ervices F oundation o f t h e S outh S hore8 Bursary Fast Facts (as of September 2016): AreasofPracticeBursarySupportersStudied n52RNs n18LPNs n1NursePractitioner n1MedicalDoctor n2LabTechs n1MedicalRadiationTechnologist n1MastersinPhysiotherapy n1RespiratoryTherapist 77 recipients supported 20 recipientsarestill inschool 15 recipientsare fulfillingtheir return-for-service agreements 1 recipientis awaitinga position(NP) 90% ofrecipientsare stillemployed byNSHAinthe localarea 9 recipientsrepaid moneyinlieu ofservice
  9. 9. r e p o r t t o d o n o r s 2 0 1 7 9 FoundationFundraisingMethods nSpecialEvents 23.94% nMailCampaigns 14.21% nMajorGifts 22.97% nCommunity-Driven Fundraising 5.45% nBequests&Memorials 17.46% nFundraisingPrograms 4.76% nOther 11.2% HealthServicesFoundation oftheSouthShore Commitments 2016/2017 OurHealthCentrefunding $ 107,026 ThreeWarming/CoolingUnits 49,500 NarCanKits&Promotion 10,000 ENTMicroscope 82,400 FiveAnesthesiaCarts 9,000 OneEPenDriveSet 36,700 UniversalPowerDriver 8,000 FiveNIBPMachines 14,000 SyringePump 6,000 PneumaticTourniquet 18,000 CardiovascularClinicElectronicRecordKeeper 7,000 MinimallyInvasiveSurgicalSuites 1,400,000 AutoFloorScrubber 8,769 SixSleepingChairs 9,000 FourStethoscopes 1,040 MammographyReportingSystem 13,891 Defibrillator 17,872 BariatricStretcher 13,252 BariatricCommode 6,829 AnnualBursary 59,391.91 TOTAL $ 1,912,664.91 HealthServicesFoundation oftheSouthShore Disbursements 2016/2017 HolterMonitorforCardiology $ 2,145.00 10BedsforVeteransUnit 78,400.00 PrivacyCurtains&TrackSystem 32,500.00 VariousEquipmentforLab 31,798.72 FourComfortCartsforPalliativeCare 806.50 VariousEducationWorkshopsfor PalliativeCareStaff 1,684.02 VariousitemsforRestorativeCare 4,778.64 BoneDensitometryUnit 99,883.70 VariousItemsforVeterans’Unit 10,380.00 CafeteriaIce&WaterSystem 9,513.72 JourneyRoomFinalPayment 23,859.62 VariousItemsforChemotherapyDepartment 1979.79 CancerPatientsSupport 19,690.00 BladderScannerfor 17,376.35 BursaryProgram 59,391.91 Nu-StepforCardiacRehabServices 6,481.42 31ChairsforNewGermanyMedicalCentre 5,486.20 PhysicianRecruitment 30,000.00 Patient-BasedEquipmentforOurHealthCentre 100,711.75 FloorScrubber 8,902.21 DopplerPortableUltrasoundUnit forWound/OstomyDepartment 794.76 OphthalmologyInstruments 10,000.00 TOTAL $ 556,564.31 Investing now “Thiswasafantasticyear ofchange,drivenbyneed anddesiretoimproveour donor’sexperience.” –LauraGibson,Treasurer, HealthServicesFoundation
  10. 10. H e a l t h S e r v i c e s F o u n d at i o n o f t h e S o u t h S h o r e10 How you made a difference “Givingisnotjustmakingadonation.Itisabout makingadifference.” –KathyCalvin BydonatingtotheHealthServices Foundation,youhavehelpedsavelives andmadethelivesofothersinyour communitybetter. Wewouldalsoliketothankallofourdonorswhogive anonymously,throughourCashCowstafflotteryand CasualDay,andthroughouronlinesite. Aspecialthankyoutoallthebusinessesandindividuals intheareawhosponsorourevents,supplyprizesand auctionitems. Donors generously gave over $804,000 to enhance local health care over the last year. THANK YOU!
  11. 11. report to donors 2 0 1 7 11 Bequests April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 EstateofDoreenHeaps EstateofDorothyI.Macklin EstateofMildredL.Oikle EstateofDorothyI.Walker Thank you for making a difference! HealthServicesFoundationoftheSouthShore 90GlenAllanDrive,Bridgewater,NS POBox492,Bridgewater,NS,B4V2X6 Registeredcharitynumber:119158483RR0001 Endowments The following is a list of endowments held by the Health Services Foundation ValerieMcMillin G.W.Smith MildredCollicutt AlexanderKeddy RobertWinters HaroldBurns DouglasAdams WilliamC.Anderson S.WatsonOxnerFamily JohnW.Oxner Douglas&BarbaraMosher Ben&RoxieSmith JennieThompson DouglasW.Burns BernalC.Heim StafffromCKBW,Country100.7andLighthouseNOWtourO.R.inpreparationforRadiothon2017. Connect with us: 902.543.8065 www.healthservicesfoundation.ca facebook.com/healthservicesfoundation @HSFoundationSS @healthservicesfoundation
  12. 12. Hit It For Health $14,000 raisedtofundaportable ventilatorforSouthShore RegionalHospital. Dates to remember Hit It For Health July5,2017 Women’s Giving Circle November1,2017 Radiothon February14,2018 Curl for a Cause March2-4,2018 Women’s Giving Circle $10,000 raisedinsupportoftheproductionofNarCankits tocounterfentanyloverdosesinLunenburgCounty. Radiothon 2017 $150,000 raisedtoenhancesurgicalequipmentinthe OperatingRoomsatSouthShoreRegionalHospital. Curl For A Cause $40,000 raisedtopurchasesevenpiecesofequipmentforthePhysiotherapy DepartmentatFishermen’sMemorialHospital

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