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Hospice Southeast New Brunswick launches public fundraising campaign as construction gets uderway for new residential Hospice.
Hospice Southeast New Brunswick (SENB) is launching a public campaign to raise funds for its new 10-bed bilingual residential hospice that will serve Albert, Kent and Westmorland counties.
Members of the Hum-Lew-Sun Lions Club, proud sponsors of Hospice SENB, have donated land worth $200,000 to support the building of the new 10-bed bilingual residential hospice, which will serve Albert, Kent and Westmorland counties. Hospice SENB Capital Campaign Co-Chair Dennis Cochrane (far left) and Hospice SENB Executive Director Tradina Meadows-Forgeron (second from the right) joined the Lions at the site of the new facility on Pleasant Street in Moncton.
On October 8, 2020, Hospice SENB announces unanimous support from all municipalities and LSDs in Albert, Kent and Westmorland Counties - read the story
Paul Whitmee Fund - Local group gets together to raise funds for new residential hospice
Standing, from left to right – Trudy Brydges, Julie McKenna, Peter Rooney, Gary Steeves and Dennis Cochrane. Seated from left to right – Trudy Steeves, Laura Whitmee, Betty Rooney