Fort St. John Hospital Foundation reaches $250,000 fundraising goal from “Be an Angel” campaign

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The FSJ Hospital Foundation announced today that they have exceeded the $250,000 goal for the Be an Angel Campaign.

The donation that helped push them over the top came from Northern Metalic who donated $10,000. The total raised now sits at $251,000.00.

Northern Metalic is a dedicated supporter of the FSJ Hospital Foundation, contributing over $50,000 in the last 17 years. They also give to many other local non-profits, which work to enrich the community.

It is absolutely incredible to see our community come together every year though the Angel campaign. Patients of all ages in all departments of our Hospital & Peace Villa facility will benefit through the generosity of our donors” -Jessica Kalman, Chief Development Officer of the Foundation

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