The Health Sciences Centre Foundation received a large donation on Thursday.
The Never Alone Foundation has donated $25,000 to the foundation. The funds will go towards the HSC’s “Hope Project”, a fund that supports the renovation and improvement of the HSC’s GD-6 unit, where Manitobans receive blood and marrow transplants that treat blood cancers.
“We are thrilled to provide support to the HSC Foundation and the Hope Project once again,” said Lyle Bauer, founder and co-chair of the Never Alone Foundation. “The HSC provides blood cancer transplant services for families across Manitoba. Our mission is to help cancer patients and their families, and we are pleased to know this support will do just that.”