FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Prince County Hospital Foundation Celebrates Generous Multi-Year Pledge from Amalgamated Dairies Limited
Summerside, Prince Edward Island – October 20, 2023 The Prince County Hospital Foundation is delighted to announce a transformative multi-year pledge from Amalgamated Dairies Limited (ADL), a long-standing pillar of support in our community. ADL’s generous commitment of $275,000 was revealed during the Grass Roots and Cowboy Boots fundraising dinner and auction held this past September, demonstrating their unwavering dedication to improving healthcare in Prince County and across the island.
ADL has consistently proven itself to be a company with a heart, fostering a deep connection with our community. Their remarkable pledge is a testament to their commitment to the well-being of our region, particularly the patients and families who rely on Prince County Hospital’s services.
The announcement was met with excitement and gratitude from all those involved in the Foundation. Gordon MacFarlane, President of the Prince County Hospital Foundation, commented, “We are deeply grateful for ADL’s tremendous support. This pledge is a significant step towards our goal of enhancing healthcare in Prince County. It will undoubtedly have a far-reaching impact on the lives of our patients and their families.”
Cole Noonan, Board President of Amalgamated Dairies Limited, echoed the Foundation’s sentiment, stating, “Our co-operative prioritizes making a meaningful difference in the communities we serve. The Prince County Hospital Foundation’s work is vital to the well-being of Islanders, and we are proud to support their mission. This multi-year pledge reflects our dedication to improving the health and care of those living in Prince County and beyond.”
The multi-year pledge from ADL will provide crucial support to the annual Vital Signs appeal at the Prince County Hospital Foundation that funds the medical equipment needed for patient care at PCH, enhancing the quality of healthcare services, and ultimately, the lives of those who benefit from them.
Continued MacFarlane, “The Prince County Hospital Foundation extends its sincerest appreciation to ADL for their generous commitment and unwavering support. We look forward to creating a brighter and healthier future for our caring communities.”
Photo: Event Organizer Warren Ellis, left, accepts a $275,000 pledge from Director Michael MacDonald, Director of Business Development Ken Smith, Associate Treasurer Gail Ellis, and President Cole Noonan all representing the board and staff of ADL.