Action Health Care donation puts Someone I Know over $4.1 million

Pictured, with a little help from Rudy Elderhorst, hospital foundation executive director Krista Linklater indicates the line on the thermometer outside the hospital. It has now reached $4.1 million en route to the foundation's goal of $5 million for the Someone I Know capital campaign.
Pictured, with a little help from Rudy Elderhorst, hospital foundation executive director Krista Linklater indicates the line on the thermometer outside the hospital. It has now reached $4.1 million en route to the foundation’s goal of $5 million for the Someone I Know capital campaign.
On Monday, Oct. 3, representatives from Action Health Care – located at 566 Queen Street East in St. Marys – presented a cheque for $10,000 to the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation as a part of its ongoing Someone I Know capital campaign. The donation was notable in that it pushed the foundation over $4.1 million on its march towards $5 million for the campaign. Pictured, from left, are foundation chair John McIntosh, fundraising chair Pat Craigmile, Action Health Care representatives Clare Bolton, Barb Langdon, Julie Tinning, Ron Ford, Krystle Pettapiece, foundation executive director Krista Linklater and Action Health Care president Mike Ford. At the presentation, Mike Ford also announced that for every wheelchair sold at Action Health Care across Perth County until the New Year, they would be donating a further $25 to the foundation.
On Monday, Oct. 3, representatives from Action Health Care – located at 566 Queen Street East in St. Marys – presented a cheque for $10,000 to the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation as a part of its ongoing Someone I Know capital campaign. The donation was notable in that it pushed the foundation over $4.1 million on its march towards $5 million for the campaign. Pictured, from left, are foundation chair John McIntosh, fundraising chair Pat Craigmile, Action Health Care representatives Clare Bolton, Barb Langdon, Julie Tinning, Ron Ford, Krystle Pettapiece, foundation executive director Krista Linklater and Action Health Care president Mike Ford. At the presentation, Mike Ford also announced that for every wheelchair sold at Action Health Care across Perth County until the New Year, they would be donating a further $25 to the foundation.

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