CTV News Barrie | RVH Streamathon

RVH Spirit of Giving 

  This holiday season, wrap your generosity around Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre to support patient care.

On Nov. 24, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Pure Country 106 and Bounce 104.1 will host the RVH Spirit of Giving Radiothon to raise funds virtually to support patient care.

Throughout the pandemic, we have leaned on our local hospitals, including RVH in Barrie.

The RVH Spirit of Giving campaign will showcase inspiring stories of donor generosity, grateful patient stories, insightful interviews with care providers and staff, and musical entertainment.

Leading up to the Radiothon, CTV News Barrie will have features on four areas of care that are the focus of this year’s Spirit of Giving campaign.  They include the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the Intensive Care Unit, the Cardiac Care Centre and the Mammography Unit.

Visit RVH Spirit of Giving for all the details and to make your holiday gift of support this season.




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