Crazy Covid World – the results are in!

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Over the past 35 years, donors have helped the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation advance health care for the patients of the hospital and people of Prince Edward County. This is a tremendous accomplishment and one that we can be proud of together. And while 2020 has been a … Read More

Lehigh Hanson ‘cements’ commitment to Back the Build

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Lehigh Hanson cements commitment to new hospital campaign PICTON, September 23, 2020 – A local company who cares about their employees and the communities where they live are cementing that commitment with a healthy donation. For more than a century, Lehigh Hanson has been supplying cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt … Read More

7,401 reasons for the PECMH Foundation to SMILE!

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PECMH Foundation “all smiles” after Smile Cookie Campaign Every cookie counts! The 2020 Smile Cookie results are in and they’re sweeter than ever. Tim Hortons annual Smile Cookie Campaign raised $7,401 for the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation. This is the best Smile Cookie result raised locally in Prince … Read More

Picton Metro lets generosity shine

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It’s a summer to let generosity shine and a Picton retailer has certainly felt the warmth during their recent in-store fundraising campaign to help Back the Build for a new hospital in Prince Edward County. Metro Inc. has proudly announced a donation of $11,650 from the cash register round up … Read More

A GEM of a donation to the PECMH Foundation

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GEMS Club pancake breakfast falls anything but flat BLOOMFIELD, August 13, 2020 – It was a ‘flipping’ great day for our County hospital on Thursday. Carrie Koopmans, club coordinator for the Bloomfield GEMS (Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior) Club presented the Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Foundation with $600 for … Read More

Smith strikes while the iron is hot!

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To strike while the iron is hot is to act decisively and take an opportunity when it arises. That’s exactly what Picton resident Marion Smith did when she heard the news that the new hospital proposal for Prince Edward County was recently given the green light by the Ministry of … Read More

A golden ‘Hopper’tunity

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With a strong belief in being philanthropic leaders and supporting health care in their community, John and Dianne Hopper of Sophiasburgh have stepped forward with a five-year commitment to help Back the Build for a new hospital in Prince Edward County. Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital has been a pillar … Read More

Pamela’s paintings are a work of HeART!

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When a community comes together in support of local health care, it’s a wonderful thing. Pamela Carter, owner of Pamela Carter Studio in Wellington is thrilled her art is contributing to the betterment of Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. Carter’s passion for art became a source of financial support for … Read More

What’s your legacy?

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It’s Our Hospital Briar Boyce, Senior Development Officer, PECMH Foundation Everyone wants to leave their mark on the world; a lasting legacy for future generations to see. Have you ever imagined what your legacy will be? I can’t picture what that looks like for me, but hope it’s positive and … Read More

A story fit for a Queen

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It’s Our Hospital Briar Boyce, Senior Development Officer, PECMH Foundation In honour of National Nursing Week, we want to express our sincere thanks to the incredible nurses we work with at Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital. We often hear stories about the wonderful care they provide to our patients. Today, … Read More

Lunch is served!

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Nobody envies a hospital worker in a pandemic. Especially when doctors, nurses and other frontline staff members are facing a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) and are caring for the community’s most vulnerable people. As a way to say thank you, a local realtor and restaurant are banding together … Read More