Fundraising to save hearts and lives

February 16, 2022
Pictured above: Team "Nitro Glistening"     

 

 

Okanagan residents have been putting their hearts and skiis into raising money for cardiac care recently.

The Kelowna Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Club's Stride & Glide event raised more than $48,000 for cardiac care at Kelowna General Hospital.


"The city is growing fast and that means a lot more hearts to care for at our hospital"
- Shannon ( emergency room nurse)


Learn more about heart health by checking out InteriorHealth.ca for tips on how to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle and discover heart procedures and programs in our region.

And find out how the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation is working to increase lifesaving cardiac services at Kelowna General Hospital.

 

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