Dundas Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund provides place of refuge at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre

News Aug 12, 2014 Ancaster News

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 Poppy Fund is making a difference in the lives of families whose loved ones are undergoing treatment at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre.

For the past three years, a total of $45,000 has been donated from the Poppy Fund to the Juravinski centre, and chairman Jim Byron was recently invited to unveil a plaque dedicating a room at the centre and recognizing the fund’s contributions. The plaque is located outside a Quiet Room near the emergency and intensive care areas.

The Quiet Room is a place of refuge that recognizes the need for communication and family conversations at a critical time in the life of a loved one.

Dundas Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund provides place of refuge at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre

News Aug 12, 2014 Ancaster News

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 Poppy Fund is making a difference in the lives of families whose loved ones are undergoing treatment at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre.

For the past three years, a total of $45,000 has been donated from the Poppy Fund to the Juravinski centre, and chairman Jim Byron was recently invited to unveil a plaque dedicating a room at the centre and recognizing the fund’s contributions. The plaque is located outside a Quiet Room near the emergency and intensive care areas.

The Quiet Room is a place of refuge that recognizes the need for communication and family conversations at a critical time in the life of a loved one.

Dundas Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund provides place of refuge at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre

News Aug 12, 2014 Ancaster News

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 Poppy Fund is making a difference in the lives of families whose loved ones are undergoing treatment at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre.

For the past three years, a total of $45,000 has been donated from the Poppy Fund to the Juravinski centre, and chairman Jim Byron was recently invited to unveil a plaque dedicating a room at the centre and recognizing the fund’s contributions. The plaque is located outside a Quiet Room near the emergency and intensive care areas.

The Quiet Room is a place of refuge that recognizes the need for communication and family conversations at a critical time in the life of a loved one.