Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. makes donation-in-kind to Hospice Georgian Triangle

SP&T Staff
Thursday April 26, 2018
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From left to right Kelly Borg (Executive Director, Hospice Georgian Triangle), Rob Thorburn Jr. (President and Chief Executive Officer at Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc.), Bruce West (Board Chair, HGT Foundation), Chris Johnson (Sales Consultant, Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc.) and Janet Fairbridge (Donor Relations Coordinator, Hospice Georgian Triangle).
From left to right Kelly Borg (Executive Director, Hospice Georgian Triangle), Rob Thorburn Jr. (President and Chief Executive Officer at Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc.), Bruce West (Board Chair, HGT Foundation), Chris Johnson (Sales Consultant, Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc.) and Janet Fairbridge (Donor Relations Coordinator, Hospice Georgian Triangle). Courtesy HAFS
Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. (HAFS) recently installed and donated a security system, access control and door entry system as well as security cameras to Hospice Georgian Triangle.

Hospice Georgian Triangle, Campbell House, is a residential palliative care residence for patients with a terminal diagnosis. The organization also provides support for the families and friends of the patients, and provide 24/7 professional care.

Hospice Georgian Triangle’s Campbell House hospice serves residents in the communities from the Town of Blue Mountains to Collingwood, to Wasaga Beach and Clearview Township, Ontario.

“The Hospice Georgian Triangle is an important part of the healthcare system in our area that often gets overlooked,” said Chris Johnson, sales consultant at HFS who donated his sales commission for the project. “When the capital campaign to build an addition on Campbell House began, I had no idea that the hospice needed to raise 50 per cent of their yearly operating budget, in addition to the funds being raised to construct the new wing. This organization depends on the generosity of the community to operate, and that’s part of the reason I donated my commission.”

The in-kind dollar-value amount for the supply and installation of a security system and camera system and related sales commission that Huronia donated to the Campbell House palliative care residence is 19,164.80.

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