Story Posted: 2017-11-15
Celebrating our Donors and Supporters on National Philanthropy Day
(l-r) Bruce Acton, SPH Foundation CEO; Sarah Fedorchuk, Mosaic Senior Director of Public Affairs and Bruce Bodine, Mosaic Senior Vice President showcasing the new stereomicroscope at The Mosaic Laboratory in St. Paul’s Hospital.
At St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation, we work together with our generous donors, our excellent physicians and our dedicated employees to advance patient care at St. Paul’s Hospital.
On National Philanthropy Day, we recognize and pay tribute to the impact philanthropy has had on our Hospital, we would like to thank all our loyal donors and volunteers for their support. In particular, we would like to recognize Mosaic as our 2017 National Philanthropy Day Honoured Supporter.
The Mosaic Company has been a strong supporter of St. Paul’s Hospital for many years, and is a leader in social responsibility and community development.
“We are extremely grateful for Mosaic’s outstanding generosity, and commitment to providing Saskatchewan people with access to the best medical equipment - right here at home,” said SPH Foundation CEO Bruce Acton. “Mosaic has been a strong supporter of St. Paul’s Hospital for many years, outfitting our lab, now known as The Mosaic Laboratory, with a state of the art Electron Microscope and most recently, a Nikon Stereomicroscope and Leica Ultramicrotome. We are very grateful.”
Established in 1982, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation is an independent body that prudently manages and allocates funds in keeping with donors’ wishes and to the best advantage of St. Paul’s Hospital. The Foundation’s vision is for philanthropic leadership in support of St. Paul’s Hospital as inspired by the spirit of charity and compassion of the Grey Nuns. Since its inception, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation has raised more than 95 million dollars in support of St. Paul’s Hospital.