Many thanks to Alpha Epsilon Master Beta Sigma Phi for their generous donation to Light A Bulb!
Many thanks to the Knights of Columbus Vernon Council 4949 for their generous donation of $1,410 from their ‘Grow it For Your Brother’ fundraiser to support prostate cancer treatment and awareness.
Thank you to the Vernon Women’s Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club for their donation to the Take A Picture Campaign to help purchase a Digital Mammography unit for VJH. Jo-Ann (right) from the Club is pictured with Terri from the Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation office.
With only two and a half weeks left for the 26th annual Light a Bulb campaign, Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation needs your help to reach its $250,000 goal. “We were hoping to be at least halfway there by now,” says Campaign Co-Chair Richard Finn. “The Foundation is very grateful for the donations we have received, but we still have to raise $144,000 to get us…
Our community keeps shining! Thanks to Elks Lodge #45 for their generous $1,000 donation to Light A Bulb. Maureen Sather (Sec-Treasurer) & Ole Sather (Past Exulted Ruler) present the cheque to Campaign Co-Chair Richard Finn (centre).
Silver Star Mountain Resort’s Weekend Opener Day Pass sales was a great success, providing $25,200 to the Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation for its Light A Bulb Campaign. All proceeds from the $20 vouchers will go to Light a Bulb, which will help fund the $2.5 million ‘Building a Tower of Care Campaign, Phase II’.
The Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation officially launched its ‘Building A Tower of Care Campaign, Phase II’ at The Prestige Inn November 7. “We are dedicated to raising $2.5 million over the next three years to furnish and equip the 6th and 7th floors of Polson Tower at Vernon Jubilee Hospital,” says Campaign Co-Chair Richard Finn. “It’s time for the residents of the North Okanagan to join together in…
Tim Hortons owner Dan Currie generously donated $31,710, matching sales from the Smile Cookie Campaign in support of the Building a Tower of Care Campaign!
Congratulations to Dr. Finley Armanious for receiving the prestigious Order of British Columbia. Dr. Armanious worked as an intensive care physician at Vernon Jubilee Hospital and helped raise funds through the VJH Foundation and is a former Board member. The announcement was made by Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon. “The Order of British Columbia is the province’s most prestigious accolade and is an official part of the…
Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation and Vernon Prostate Cancer Support & Awareness Group would like to thank the sponsors, volunteers and participants who made the 14th Annual DO IT FOR DAD such a success, especially our presenting sponsor Interior Savings. The event took place at Coldstream Ranch under sunny skies with entertainment provided by the Kalamalka Highlanders Pipe Band and the Kalamalka Caring Klowns. 370 participants…