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Funds raised for Peace Arch Hospital

Volunteers Jacqueline Goodman and Taylor Mackie serving cake from Fratelli’s Bakery at the fundraiser.  - Contributed photo
Volunteers Jacqueline Goodman and Taylor Mackie serving cake from Fratelli’s Bakery at the fundraiser.
— image credit: Contributed photo

South Surrey mortgage brokers has raised more than $2,300 for the Peace Arch Hospital's emergency room.

VERICO Dreyer Group Mortgages raised the money at their annual Partner Appreciation Event in late February.

"Through the gracious contributions of our partners and the fabulous help of our hospital volunteers, we were able to raise funds for a much-needed ER in our community," company president Jared Dreyer said in a news release.

Next month, the Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation will host its annual Partners in Caring Gala.

For tickets to the May 3 event, or to be a sponsor, call 604-535-4520 or email gala@pahfoundation.ca

 

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