Members of the Ridge Meadows South Asian Cultural Society presented a cheque to Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation.

South Asian cultural society gives to Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation

Donation to further enhance health care and services in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

Members of the Ridge Meadows South Asian Cultural Society has presented a $10,000 cheque to the Ridge Meadows Hospital Foundation.

The funds are from the cultural society’s annual gala and are to further enhance health care and services in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

During the past eight  years, the cultural society has contributed over $80,000 to the hospital foundation and other local charities.

“Our mission to create compassionate communities, support Canadian diversity and uplift the needy,” said Rajesh Nambiar, of the society.

 

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