Care From The Heart Radio-a-thon
Thank you to all our supporters - Our 9th Annual Radiothon was a HUGE success.
To date, over $233,000 has been raised.
The 9th Annual Radio-a-thon is a live broadcast event that takes place in the atrium of the Chinook Regional Hospital. Throughout the day, for eleven straight hours, our six local radio stations chat on air with doctors and nurses, administrators of the hospital, and patients to share personal stories of the impact that donations made to the CRH Foundation have in our community. The generosity of our donors is felt throughout the hospital, in every department, on every floor and in the smiles of our patients.
A sincere thank you goes out to all the radio stations who champion this day, B93.3FM, 94.1 CJOC, Country 95.5FM, 98.1 THE BRIDGE, 106.7 Rock and KISS 107.7. These stations proudly donate their airtime, not only on event day, but in the time leading up to as well to help generate some buzz throughout our Southern Alberta community .
Your gift will be used in part to fund strategically identified equipment, programs and educational opportunities for our local hospital and health care professionals, helping bring the best of care close to home.
Care from the Heart Day brings our community together and every dollar donated adds up to a remarkable total. The funds raised in one day helps the Chinook Regional Hospital provide outstanding care throughout the year. Since the very first Radio-a-thon years ago, we can proudly share that over $1,730,000 has been raised.
If you have any questions, would like further information or would like to arrange a time for a cheque presentation at Care from the Heart Day, please call Shonna Lamb, Development Coordinator at 403-388-6001 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To our past supporters of Care from the Heart Day, thank you. We sincerely appreciate your generous contributions.
February 17, 2017 - Public Service Announcement
Care from the Heart Radio-a-thon Surpasses Goal of $230,000!
Lethbridge – The Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation held its 8th Annual Care from the Heart Radio-a-thon on Thursday, February 16th and is pleased to announce that $234,396.00 has been raised thus far - surpassing their goal of $230,000.
According to Executive Director, Jason VandenHoek, Care from the Heart Day continues to be a success because of the generous citizens of Southern Alberta. “We are once again thankful for the outstanding support of our community. Because of this support, we can continue to ensure that the best of care is available at the Chinook Regional Hospital.”
During the Radio-a-thon, six local radio stations broadcast live from the atrium of the Chinook Regional Hospital, encouraging listeners to make a donation. KiSS 107.7,106.7 Rock, Country 95.5, B-93, 94.1 CJOC and 98.1 The Bridge all participated.
Once again at the helm of the Care from the Heart Radio-a-thon was Bob Balog, Honorary Chair. “My family, just like yours, has utilized the services of the Chinook Regional Hospital. We will all continue to experience the best of care thanks to the many generous donations that were received during Care from the Heart. I am humbled and thank everyone for their support.”
Proceeds from the event will further propel special projects, equipment and programming to support their continuous drive to maintain the highest standards of treatment and care in our community.
About Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation
The Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated exclusively to raising and accepting funds in support of the priorities of the Chinook Regional Hospital and Alberta Health Services in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. The Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation focuses on three areas to support the delivery of best possible care:
· State-of-the-art healthcare equipment
· Vital programs
· Capital and special projects
Each year, Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation spearheads a number of fundraising initiatives. In addition to accepting financial gifts from individual and corporate donors, the Foundation seeks funding through grants and actively engages in community partnerships.
For more information, please contact:
Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation