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Foundation News: Split the Pot and Other Updates (March 2024)
Your Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre Foundation has now joined a partnership of over 50 Ontario Hospitals that have come together to bring you groundbreaking ways to win and support!  An anticipated and amplified jackpots means an increased number of lucky winners.  Draws will take play quarterly for 2024, each including multiple early bird draws and a grand prize that is split between 13 lucky winners!  The Foundation will be sharing direct links and QR codes to purchase tickets for the Split the Pot Lottery throughout the community and via social media in order to advertise and encourage participation.  When the link or code is used, SLMHC is automatically selected from the list of partners and a higher percentage of sales through this link comes back to SLMHC!  Look for these links and codes on our posters and advertising. Join us in supporting Healthcare Excellence in Ontario, including Healthcare in our own backyard! 
CUPE 4373 Donates $25,000 Toward the MRI Campaign
From left: SLMHC Foundation President Christine Hoey, CUPE 4373 Secretary Nicole Wooden, CUPE 4373 Treasurer Tony Anderson, CUPE 4373 President Christina Davis, CUPE 4373 Executive Member Christine Tavares, SLMHC Foundation Board Member Rita Demetzer, SLMHC Foundation Vice-Chair Jackie Duhamel, and Melissa Slade, Donor Relations/Operations Coordinator, SLMHC Foundation.  (Photo and Story Courtesy Tim Brody / Sioux Lookout Bulletin)
Foundation News: MRI Focus (February 2024)
MRI – Transforming Our Regional Health Care, One Image at a Time is the new slogan for this campaign that speaks to how this equipment will enhance health care in the region. Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) announced in February 2023 that it will receive base funding from Ontario Health Northwest to support the operation of a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner. SLMHC is responsible for all capital costs associated with construction to house the new MRI, as well as the scanner itself. As new building construction is required, the cost is estimated to be around $7 million. On December 1, 2023, the SLMHC Foundation launched a fundraising campaign to directly support the required costs associated with this project to make a locally available MRI a reality within our region.
New Addition of Long Bed to SLMHC Courtesy of Local Legion Ladies Auxiliary Fundraising Efforts
Members of the Legion Ladies Auxiliary Br. 78 pose with SLMHC hospital and Foundation staff alongside the new long bed acquired as a result of the auxiliary's fundraising efforts. From left: Kate Singbeil (SLMHC Patient Care Manager/Med Surge/ER/Day Med), Melissa Slade (Foundation Donor Relations/Operations Coordinator), Dean Osmond (SLMHC President and CEO), Legion Ladies Auxiliary Members Carol-Ann Madsen, Jacqueline Southwell, Charron Sippola, Mario, Serson and Sandra Lockhart. (Photo courtesy Tim Brody / Sioux Lookout Bulletin)
25th Annual Tree of Hearts Campaign is Underway
The Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre (SLMHC) Foundation is pleased to begin its 25th Annual Tree of Hearts Campaign. It provides an opportunity for community members to remember or honour loved ones through purchasing decorative lights.