Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation is Thankful for a $5,000 Donation from Parliament Auto Body
[New Tecumseth, December 5, 2023] – Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation (SMHF) is delighted to announce they have received a donation of $5,000 from Parliament Auto Body. Their contribution to the “Because of you, we can” Campaign will impact healthcare services for all those in our community who visit Stevenson Memorial Hospital.
“We are grateful to Parliament Auto Body for their generous $5,000 donation. With this contribution, Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation can continue to make an impact on healthcare initiatives, ensuring a brighter and healthier future for our community. Thank you for standing with us in our mission to provide exceptional healthcare close to home,” expressed Mary Thomas, CEO, Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation
“I am passionate about my community and honoured to support Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation. Having personally witnessed the dedication and compassion of the staff during visits from my team, it has become clear to me how vital their work is for the well-being of our community. Our donation helps to ensure a healthier and happier future for everyone,” stated Rick Parliament, owner of Parliament Auto Body.
Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation also extends our heartfelt gratitude to Parliament Auto Body for their support as a community partner, providing us access to their indoor space, which played a role in the successful creation and dismantling of our 2023 Alliston Rotary Santa Claus Night Lit Parade float. Without their assistance, this annual festive tradition would not have been possible.
The Because of you, we can Campaign is the largest campaign in SMHF’s history. Donations received help purchase essential equipment, upgrade technology, and complete critical renovations essential to the transformation and redevelopment of Stevenson Memorial Hospital. The hospital’s redevelopment plan includes a new Emergency Department that will triple in size. With an Emergency Department built to manage 7,000 visits a year that currently manages close to 40,000 per year, along with a growing population in south Simcoe and surrounding communities, this redevelopment is needed today and for future generations.
For more information, to become involved, or to donate, please visit transformingstevenson.ca
Kara Harris, Communications Coordinator
Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation
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