Supporting our Critical Care Organizations – Kamloops Hospice Association

Big thanks to Hospice for their wonderful support of the Kamloops Area. What a great visit our new President Rob Lemire & Board Member Hugh Fallis had with Kamloops Hospice Association’s Board Chair Fred Legace & Executive Director Wendy Marlow this past week when we dropped off a cheque to support this essential community service!

 

Rob Lemire, Hugh Fallis, Fred Legace, Wendy Marlow at Kamloops Hospice Association.

BCICF President Rob Lemire & Board Member Hugh Fallis with Kamloops Hospice Association’s Board Chair Fred Legace & Executive Director Wendy Marlow.

Our sincere thanks as well to CFJC Today, Castanet Kamloops, & Kamloops This Week for providing some wonderful local media coverage for Hospice to remind people of the great work they do.  You can find the articles linked below:

CFJC-Today – https://cfjctoday.com/2020/07/23/kamloops-hospice-association-receives-donation-from-bc-interior-community-foundation/

Castanet Kamloops – https://www.castanetkamloops.net/news/Kamloops/306020/Kamloops-Hospice-Association-recipient-of-8-500-from-BC-Interior-Community-Foundation

Kamloops This Week – https://www.kamloopsthisweek.com/community/donation-comes-at-critical-time-for-kamloops-hospice-association-1.24175156

A Visit with Peter Olsen – 92.5 CFBX

92.5 CFBX – “The X” is the Campus and Community Radio at Thompson Rivers University.  Did you hear our Executive Director Rob Miller on “the X” with Peter Olsen this morning? Big thanks to Peter for having Rob on the show to talk about the Colombo Lodge Take Home Dinner coming up on March 18th – http://www.colombolodge.com/colombo-cares/

BCICF Executive Director Rob Miller and Peter Olsen of CFBX 92.5 |
We truly appreciate Peter’s continued support of the BCICF and our communities!

Community Project Grant – Portable X-Ray for the BC Wildlife Park

(pictured - Julie Ratcliffe, Rob Miller, & Tracy Reynolds)

BC Wildlife Park Marketing & Events Manager Julie Ratcliffe, BCICF Executive Director Rob Miller, & BC Wildlife Park Animal Care Supervisor Tracy Reynolds

BCICF Executive Director Rob Miller was thrilled to visit the BC Wildlife Park & present them with their Community Project Grant Funding to assist in the purchase of a portable x-ray machine for their animal rehabilitation centre. We hope this helps make a difference for all the wildlife in their care! Funding for this grant came from the Carolyn Scarborough Memorial Fund.