Local business steps up to help Burlington’s Joseph Brant Hospital reach fundraising goal
Published June 1, 2022 at 11:01 am
Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation (JBHF) has a goal of raising $100,000 in 100 days, and a local business has stepped up to help them get there.
Alinea Group Holdings Inc. (formerly the Paletta Group of Companies) has joined the JBHF’s More Than Just a Business campaign as the lead donor.
Alinea will match all corporate donations made until July 31, and is challenging businesses across Burlington to be more than just a business.
“With a new name and under new leadership, inspired by the example of our parents, my brother Michael and I are delighted to help the Joseph Brant Hospital improve the health and well-being of Burlington residents. ” said Paul Paletta, president, Alinea Group Holdings Inc.
“Our new corporate identity is based on a commitment to create and serve our community. This donation is a powerful demonstration of that commitment and we urge other companies to join us in contributing to a healthier tomorrow.”
Taking place during Join the J month, the campaign is inviting corporate Burlington to show their customers, employees and friends they are doing more for our community and recognizing those corporate partners who have Joined the J.
“We are grateful to Alinea for their support of local healthcare and their matching challenge to corporate Burlington,” said Anissa Hilborn, president of the JBHF.
“This gift is a wonderful demonstration of leadership from our corporate community and we invite businesses across Burlington to join us and show they are more than just a business so we can continue to be there for our community in the moments that matter.“
For more information and to get involved with the More Than Just a Business Campaign, visit their website.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising advertising