Recently, the Kinette Club of Stonewall donated $3,612.67 to the Stonewall Hospital for the purchase of an O2 Oximeter and an air mattress overlay for the current mattress.
Joanne Hubbard, president of the Kinette Club of Stonewall says the group’s motto is “serving the community’s greatest need”.
“Our latest donations are to the Stonewall Hospital, Nova House, Cystic Fibrosis, Red Cross, Stony Mountain Daycare, Starting Blocks, Woodlands Children Centre, Victoria Quilts and 55 plus. We also donate our time at the Blood Donor Clinic,” says Hubbard.
Kinsmen, Kinette, and Kin Clubs across the country work to better their communities, enhance the well-being of Canadians and improve the environment. The association was founded in 1920 and has a history dedicated to fostering lifelong friendships while ‘Serving the Community’s Greatest Need.’
Executive director of the Interlake Eastern Health Foundation Pamela McCallum acknowledges the club’s wonderful work and is grateful for their generosity.
“Joanne and the Kinette Club of Stonewall were great to work with; it’s clear that they live by their mission to support their communities – we are so grateful to have them as friends of the foundation,” says McCallum.
Interlake Eastern Health Foundation’s mission is to raise funds that support health care in the Interlake-Eastern health region. For more information visit www.iehf.ca or contact Pamela McCallum, executive director of the Interlake Eastern Health Foundation at (204) 785-7044.
Photo L-R: Ellen Reimann clinical team manager Stonewall Hospital, Joanne Hubbard president Kinette Club of Stonewall, Donna Kuby Kinette Club of Stonewall and Brenda Gagnon Kinette Club of Stonewall.