Campbell River Shrine Club donated to kids

The Campbell River Shrine Club recently donated $12,940 for an MX 450 Monitor for the Maternity and Pediatric Department at Campbell River Hospital.
This machine is used for neonatal resuscitation, also known as newborn resuscitation. It is an emergency procedure focused on supporting approximately 10% of newborn children who do not readily begin breathing. This equipment will be needed when performing Neonatal resuscitation as per the latest guidelines set out by the Neonatal resuscitation program under the Canadian pediatric Society.
Shrines are a brotherhood of men committed to family, engaged in ongoing personal growth, and dedicated to providing care for children and families in need. Their backgrounds and interests are diverse, but they are bonded together through by shared values and a desire to have fun and do good while building relationships that can last a lifetime.
The Campbell River Hospital Foundation is grateful to have been recipients of the Shrine Clubs donations of $308,661 since 1994 to assist the children of Campbell River area. These donations were made possible through the generosity of bequeathed funds to the Campbell River Shrine Club in wills, community events and community donations.
Photo L-R: Stacey Marsh, Gerald Swanson, Mark Donaldson, Keltie McKale, Susi Shelswell, Larry Cagna


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