RMH Foundation is honoured to be one of Bobcaygeon Kinettes' causes
June 29, 2017 - The Kinette Club is committed to serving its communities’ greatest needs. On Thursday, June 15th, the Bobcaygeon Kinettes addressed many pressing needs, with donations to 15 local causes and support for Cystic Fibrosis research through Kin Canada.
“We’re honoured to be among the organizations benefitting from the Bobcaygeon Kinettes’ hard work and generosity,” said Karen Scott, RMH Foundation Development Officer. “Their donation of $1,500 is going toward the Exceptional Care in the Kawarthas spring appeal, which will help the Hospital buy new vital signs monitors for the critical care program. Their gift will help patients of all ages.”
Since 1996, the Bobcaygeon Kinette Club has donated $31,625 for the purchase of medical equipment and capital projects at the Ross Memorial.