We are officially one month away from Radiothon 2017! This year’s mission is to raise $175,000 to replace essential pieces of surgical equipment in the Operating Room in South Shore Regional Hospital.
It’s going to take donations of all sizes to achieve $175,000, which is why the Health Services Foundation of the South Shore is introducing a new way to give: the Radiothon Bucket Brigade! On February 3rd, fantastic volunteers will be hitting local hot spots, throughout Lunenburg County, seeking change with our buckets. Watch on social media and the Health Services Foundation’s website to find out where you can donate; your change will help us make a BIG change.
"We are thrilled to offer the community a new way to give with our first Radiothon Bucket Brigade," says Arleen Stevens, Managing Director of the Health Services Foundation of the South Shore. "Our goal is high this year so the Foundation is asking for even more community support. We are inviting people to come out, have fun, and make a difference in our biggest Radiothon yet."
The Radiothon Bucket Brigade will wrap up that night at the South Shore Lumberjacks 7pm game against Dieppe. Want to be part of this change? You, your business, or your team can sign up to be part of the Radiothon Bucket Brigade to help the Health Services Foundation canvas Lunenburg County. If you can’t leave the office, consider holding a bucket brigade amongst your coworkers and clients!
To sign up for the Radiothon Bucket Brigade or to see how you can organize a fundraiser in support of Radiothon 2017, call Development Officer Alison Clements at (902) 543-4604 ext. 2543.
On February 14th, you can make your difference by tuning into 98.1 CKBW and Country 100.7 and donating to upgrade these decades-old, critical pieces of equipment; 8am – 6pm. Together a healthy future is in our hands!
A huge thank you to Pharmasave Bridgewater for donating this wonderful reclining chair to the Journey Room at South Shore Regional Hospital.
Thanks to you, therapists will be able to deliver care with more comfort and ease in the Journey Room itself.
**In picture, left to right: Robby Sarty (Pharmasave), Colleen Cameron-Mosher (Oncology Nurse, SSRH), Sherry Morash (Pharmasave), Al Sullivan (Health Services Foundation Board Member/Journey Room Volunteer)**