New equipment the goal of Burlington hospital funding drive

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Published May 16, 2024 at 10:49 am

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Businesses in Burlington are being challenged to raise funds to meet the changing technological needs at Joseph Brant Hospital.

And those who do will have their donations matched by a local development company.

The fundraising drive by the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation aims to reach $100,000 by July 31. The foundation is raising funds to assist the hospital in purchasing state-of-the-art technologies and equipment that are not funded by the government.

To help, the Alinea Land Corporation says it will match dollar-for-dollar every corporate or business donation that comes in.

A representative from Alinea said the company is challenging businesses across Burlington to help a significant local cause.

Businesses are being encouraged to help the cause by doing such things as asking customers for donations, hosting events such as golf tournaments or barbeques, and encouraging employees to contribute.

Alinea has been a traditional fundraising lead partner of the hospital foundation.

“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’s residents,” said Paul Paletta, CEO, Alinea Land Corporation. “This donation is a powerful demonstration of that commitment and we urge other companies to join us in contributing to a healthier tomorrow.”

For more information and to get involved with the campaign, visit morethanjustabusiness.ca.

 

 

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