- November 27, 2014
- Posted by: Candice Jeffrey
- Category: Media Releases
CHATHAM, ON (Thursday, November 27, 2014): On Tuesday, November 25, 2014, representatives from the CKHA Helping Hands Auxiliary presented a cheque for $20,000 to the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHA) in support of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation’s fundraising efforts, including the CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Renewal Campaign.
“On behalf of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation, thank you to the members of the CKHA Helping Hands Auxiliary for your continued generosity and support,” says Michele Grzebien-Huckson, Executive Director, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation. “Your ongoing hard work, creativity and commitment to local healthcare has made this generous donation possible and for that, we are very grateful.”
About the CKHA Helping Hands Auxiliary
Comprised of former healthcare providers and volunteers from the community, CKHA’s Helping Hands Auxiliary has provided countless volunteer hours to CKHA through fundraising efforts, in support of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation, via the Boutique Grand Gift Shop at CKHA’s Chatham Campus and many other fundraising initiatives.
Over the years, the funds raised by the Helping Hands Auxiliary have supported specific patient care areas and numerous Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation campaigns, including The Future’s In Sight Ophthalmology Campaign, the Making the Right Investment – MRI Campaign, the Cardiac Monitoring System Campaign and now the CKHA Diagnostic Imaging Equipment Renewal Campaign, just to name a few.
About the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHA) exists to enhance the quality of healthcare available to the citizens of Chatham-Kent by raising funds and providing other resources to support CKHA. It accomplishes this through annual campaigns, capital and endowment campaigns, memorial giving, special events and planned giving. Since 1998, the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation has raised over $37 million for local healthcare.
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