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A recent donation from Al Langman Construction (1998) Inc. will assist Orillia’s Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSHM) with the purchased of a life-saving Panda Bedded Warmer essential for the safe resuscitation of newborns for the Obstetrics Department at OSMH.
“We’re so grateful to the entire crew at Al Langman Construction (1998) Inc., who have been ongoing loyal supporters of Soldiers’,” said Meaghan Byrnes, development officer of major gifts at the Soldiers’ Foundation. “This recent gift is another testament of their generous support for our tiniest and most vulnerable patients and their families.”
Since 2002, the company has donated more than $229,000 through philanthropic gifts, sponsorships and event participation.
The warmers are essential for the birthing suites, comfort newborns after birth, and are equipped with resuscitation units that can immediately offer life-saving treatments, monitoring newborns consistently.
“Improving the lives of children and giving newborns the best quality of life is an important cause that we were more than thrilled to support,” said Tim Porter of Al Langman Construction (1998) Inc.
Soldiers’ Foundation began fundraising for five Panda Bedded Warming Units in May and has purchased one for each birthing suite in the hospital.