Timber Mart’s $50,000 gift to the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation sparks hope

Timber Mart’s $50,000 gift to the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation sparks hope
HAGERSVILLE—Shown above at the cheque presentation is Lisa Hostein, the Foundation’s Executive Director, Laird McKeen, Co-owner of Timber Mart, Ray Hunsinger, the Foundation’s Board Chair, and Julie Morehouse, Foundation Administrative Assistant. —Submitted photo.

To The Haldimand Press

HAGERSVILLE — Timber Mart has given a $50,000 gift to the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation (WHHHF). The donation will go towards purchasing new equipment and upgrades at West Haldimand General Hospital (WHGH).

  Laird, Luke, and Karl McKeen, co-owners of the Caledonia and Jarvis Timber Mart locations, say they and their families have relied on the hospital over the years and wanted to ensure people in the community continue to have access to high-quality patient care close to home.

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