Hospital Foundation Be an Angel campaign takes flight

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Erica is a reporter for Moose FM and in Fort St. John, B.C. She grew up in Victoria, B.C. and received her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.

This year the goal is to again raise $250,000, which will go towards purchasing highly needed medical equipment not already allocated for at the hospital and Peace Villa Residential Care Centre. 

“Currently, when the hospital identifies a desperately needed piece of equipment not covered in its budget, a long process begins,” explains Executive Director Ashley Bentley. “Start to finish, this process can take up to, and sometimes over, a year. We want to be able to improve patient care in a more immediate time frame.” 

Throughout November, cash donations boxes will be stationed at businesses around the city, with the campaign culminating in the Moose FM and Rhyason Contracting Light a Moose fundraiser during the last week of November. In 2012, that added nearly $38,500 to the grand total. 

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The giving has already started early, with a $6,000 donation from Sun Life Financial.

Donations can be made at the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation office in the hospital or online at Any donation over $20 is eligible for a tax deductible receipt and a 2013 angel lapel pin.

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