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Another Happy McHappy Day!

The 23rd McHappy Day was an outstanding success raising $15,139 shared between the Ronald McDonald House and the Campbell River Hospital Foundation. Owners Jens & Mary Rolinski exceeded their fundraising goal of $10,000 and are thrilled with the generosity of their community. “We love McHappy Day and are extremely grateful of our partnership with Jens, Mary and their staff,” says... More



Home Hardware Social Fund Supports Breast Health

The Campbell River Home Hardware Social Fund recently donated $1800 towards to support the purchase of a Biopsy Gun for the Mammography Department in Campbell River Hospital. The Social Fun is spearheaded by Home Hardware employees Amber Spring and Leanne Monks; they raise money for local charities through activities such as book and bake sales at their Campbell River Store.... More



New program supported by Hospital Auxiliary and Foundation

The Campbell River Hospital Auxiliary and Campbell River Hospital Foundation announced today that they joined together to support the MORE OB program; a comprehensive performance improvement program that creates a culture of patient safety in obstetrical units. MORE OB is an inclusive program that will include all physicians who practice obstetrics in our area as well as all nursing staff... More



Campbell River Rotary Clubs donate to Transport Incubator

The Rotary Clubs of Campbell River recently presented $10,270 the Campbell River Hospital Foundation. These funds are the proceeds from the March for Children this past December and will help support the Transport Incubator for the Maternity Department. The Transport Incubator is used when a babe needs to be transferred to another hospital for a higher level of care. When... More



Sit to Stand Trainer for Rehabilitation

The Campbell River Italian Cultural Society recently made a donation towards the purchase of a Sit to Stand Trainer for the Rehabilitation Department in Campbell River Hospital. A Sit to Stand trainer uses a counter-weight mechanism to provide a safe and effective way to strengthen weight bearing muscles and increase standing stability and endurance. It is used by therapists in... More



Scrap Metal Challenge turns scrap into Bili-Lights

It was close right to the very end, however Marine Harvest Canada pulled out a win for the coveted Scrap Metal Cup with $5,127.04 in scrap metal! “In four years the Campbell River Hospital Foundation Scrap Metal Challenge has raised more than $58,000 for vital medical equipment for our hospital,” states Stacey Marsh, Executive Director. “It is because of the... More