Peace Arch Hospital foundation grants up for grabs

Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation is now accepting applications for its Because People Matter Grants, which range in value from $1,000 to $125,000.

  • Sep. 14, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation is now accepting applications for its Because People Matter Grants, which range in value from $1,000 to $125,000.

Organizations with ideas on how to improve or increase medical care for residents in South Surrey and White Rock are encouraged to forward their applications to the foundation. Deadline is Sept. 28.

“We are looking for local organizations and hospital departments – people on the frontlines – to bring their best ideas to us, with a goal to increase and improve medical care for the people of South Surrey/White Rock,” foundation executive director Jackie Smith said in a release.

Information about funding criteria and applications are available, by visiting www.peacearchhospital.com and clicking on the “how we help” and “grants” links.

 

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