Jason’s No Frills is helping kids and their families who use the services of Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital’s Outpatient Paediatric Centre. Their annual August and September fundraising campaign netted more than $4,000 for the Hospital.
“I can’t say enough about the unwavering support of community partners like Jason’s No Frills and their loyal customers,” said Nicole Kraftscik, Senior Development Officer, OSMH Foundation. “These funds will go directly towards our new Outpatient Paediatric Centre for a revitalized patient focused space.”
The Outpatient Paediatric Centre which includes child cancer care, juvenile diabetes, eating disorder care, asthma, mental health and more, was previously located at four different sites. With the help of community supporters such as No Frills, all services have moved to the second floor of OSMH into the new Outpatient Paediatric Centre, as part of the Hospital’s greater philosophy to “wrap care” around the patient. Now kids who use multiple services of the program will spend less time at the Hospital, and enjoy a transformed family friendly space that includes a gym, murals, iPads and new toys.
“It’s so important for us to give back to our local Hospital because that’s where our customers and staff rely on it,” said Jason King, Owner, Jason’s No Frills. “A huge thank you to our amazing customers for continuing to support this campaign, and OSMH.”
On top of the $4,000 gift to the Hospital, Jason’s No Frills has committed to a five year pledge of $25,000. If you would like to help secure vital equipment purchases for the Hospital, please contact the Foundation office today at 705-325-6464 or email@example.com.
Photo: From left – Nicole Kraftscik, Senior Development Officer, OSMH Foundation, Marina Genua, Development Assistant, OSMH Foundation, Jason King, Owner, Jason’s No Frills and Audra Jesso, Outpatient Paediatric Centre Manager, OSMH
About Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital Foundation
The OSMH Foundation is a proud partner of Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital and the people of Orillia and North Simcoe/Muskoka. The foundation provides funds to the hospital to buy medical equipment, sustain programs and assist the hospital in maintaining its position as a leader in providing quality community based healthcare.