Thursday, March 22, 2018

Cancer Care Unit in Prince Rupert benefits from fundraising efforts in community

The North Coast Health Improvement Society is continuing on with its fundraising efforts towards a 200,000 dollar target for upgrades to the Cancer Care Unit at Prince Rupert Regional Hospital and this week they are saluting the work of two organizations in the community.

Yesterday, the Society made note of some recent fundraising from Bell Media and Tim Horton's in Prince Rupert, with both groups combining to deliver close to 7,000 dollars towards the efforts.

From the efforts by both companies, Bell Media contributed 3,000 dollars, while Tim Horton's added another 3,754 towards the goal,.

Representatives from Bell Media Northwest and Tim Horton's
with cheques for the North Coast Health Improvement Society
the funds will be put towards their Cancer Care Unit initiatives

As we outlined on the blog back in January, the Society selected the work of the Cancer Care Unit in Prince Rupert for this years fundraising work and highllighted how the Society hopes to provide for equipment and other elements for care to help the unit continue to do its much needed work at the hospital.

You can learn more about the Society and how you can contribute to their fundraising work here.

For updates on their work in the region and how you can become involved with the Registered Charity see their Facebook Page

Items of interest related to Northern Health's work in Prince Rupert can be found here, while a wider view of the Northwest services can be reviewed here.

More background on community events on the North Coast can be found on our archive page.

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