The impact of a healthy donation is never truly known, as it’s far reaching and long lasting.
Encana Corporation donated $20, 000 to the Friends of the Fox Creek Hospital Society (FoFCHS) on March 25th.
The following are the items purchased by the Encana donation:
- 3-Vital Sign Monitors
- 1-Pedicraft Infant Crib & Mattress
The purpose of FoFCHS’s organization is to give assistance to the Fox Creek Hospital in any way or means, provided their actions meet with the approval of the hospital administrator.
The strength of the FoFCHS organization depends upon the determination of all concerned to give the best support, cooperation, knowledge and loyalty.
As a group, FoFCHS raise money to purchase equipment and other needed items for the hospital, that are not in the hospital’s budget.
It is through donations from the community, industries and other fundraisers, that FoFCHS try their best to meet their goals.
Therefore, when donations are accepted, the gratitude is substantial.
“We are very grateful for the support from Encana,” said President of the FoFCHS, Lynda Ekdahl.
“We are very glad to help and give back to the community,” said Mark Sutherland, Contract Community Relations Advisor/Encana.
What does the FoFCHS do?
- Bargain Alley (Thrift shop upstairs, Home Hardware)
- Annual quilt raffle
- New Years baby
- Flu Clinics
- Screen Tests
- Pop machine
- The Journal and cable tv at the hospital
- -Emergency Response Plan
For any inquires on the FoFCHS, you can contact Lynda @ 622-3857, mail Box 852, Fox Creek, Alberta. TOH 1P0 or ask at the hospital.
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Encana is a leading North American energy producer that is focused on growing its strong portfolio of diverse resource plays producing natural gas, oil and natural gas liquids.
By partnering with employees, community organization and other businesses, Encana contributes to the strength and sustainability of the communities where it operates.
In 2012, Encana drilled approximately 26 net wells in the Grande Prairie area and, as of December 31, 2012, controlled approximately 254,000 gross undeveloped acres (236,000 net acres) in the area.
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