The Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation’s annual Lights of Hope campaign is back to bring some holiday cheer to the hospital’s atrium.
Lights of Hope is inviting residents and community members alike to create meaningful moments by donating in memory of loved ones or paying tribute to the unsung heroes of the hospital.
Sherri Odland, Interim Executive Director with the Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation, says “Every donation is a beacon of hope. It brings cutting-edge healthcare to our doorstep, ensuring that excellence in care becomes a gift shared by the entire community. As a donor, you are truly making a difference—for your loved ones, for the community, and for those who needs it most.”
The donations this year will be focusing on broader hospital needs, like providing state-of-the-art healthcare equipment, supporting essential programs, and facilitating high-needs projects that contribute to critical care.
Donations can be made until Dec. 31 and more information is available on the foundation’s website.
Last year, the Lights of Hope campaign raised over $150,000 which made it one of the most important annual fundraisers. The funds helped to support essential hospital programming, and contributed to the success of projects like the Inpatient Psychiatry and Psychiatric Assessment (PAN) teams.