“Be an Angel” Campaign raises over $315,000!
FORT ST. JOHN – The 21st annual “Be an Angel” Campaign has been tallied for another year, raising over $315,000 for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation.
Moose FM has once again teamed up with the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation and Rhyason Contracting to help raise funds for the Be an Angel, Light a Light campaign. Starting Wednesday, November 29th Moose FM’s staff will be camped out in the parking lot of Unforgettable Memories Foto Source raising money for the Foundation.
From 6am to 6pm Wednesday, November 29th, Thursday, November 30th and Friday, December 1st, we will be accepting donations in support of the residents and clients of Peace Villa.
The Fort St. John Hospital Foundation held their 21st Annual “Be an Angel” Gala on Saturday, November 18th and raised over $96,000! With over 270 guests in attendance, this is the most money ever raised at the Be an Angel Gala.
The Fort St. John Hospital Foundation was honored to have a second donation of $50,000 from Giovanna Mucci on July 6th.
Giovanna Mucci presenting Fort St. John Hospital Foundation Executive Director Jennifer Moore, and Board Chair Chris Maundrell with a donation of $50,000
We are also excited to announce our 2nd annual Firefly Glow Run on September 30th
This weekend, Friday June 23-25 is the 6th annual Arnie Isberg Memorial 1-Pitch Tournament at the Taylor ball diamonds.
The BC Northern Real Estate Board is celebrating 50 years, and to do so they have generously decieded to make a donation to the Fort St. John Hospiatl Foundation towards the purchase of the second vein viewer for the Fort St. John Hospital.
The 18th Annual Bluey Day exceeded all expectations this year and has brought in over $108,000 with more donations expected in the coming days. All of these donations are dedicated to cancer treatment in Fort St John.
Chris Maundrell, Fort St. John Hospital Foundation Board Chair was glad to “Be Brave & Shave” this year.
On Saturday May 6th the lineup of eager shoppers had already started almost 2 hours prior to doors opening to shop from an amazing selection of creative vendors at the Vintage Affair.
Tina & Barry Neufeld presenting FSJ Hospital Foundation Executive Director, Jennifer Moore with a $3,929.85 cheque.
The FSJ Hospital Foundation was thrilled to provide a bravery bell in the Cancer Clinic located in the FSJ Hospital for patients to celebrate their bravery and final cancer treatment.
Students from Charlie Lake Elementary School decided to do a bake sale and wanted the funds to benefit the community in which they live.
Charlie Lake Elementary Students presenting FSJ Hospital Foundation Chief Development Office, Jessica Kalman with funds raised.
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