Northeastern Ontario-based company to match donations to SAH during COVID-19

Ontario Construction News staff writer

A Northern Ontario construction supply company will contribute up to $100,000 to four regional hospitals.

OCP Construction Supplies, owned and operated by the Cousineau family, announced recently it would match gifts of support to hospitals across Ontario’s Northeast. As a result, Sault Area Hospital (SAH), Health Sciences North (HSN), North Bay Regional Health Centre (NBRHC) and Timmins and District Hospital (TADH) will each receive $25,000, to support the purchase of equipment and other priority needs for patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Donations like this that help us through difficult times,” said Teresa Martone, executive director, SAH Foundation. “We’re very thankful to OCP Construction Supplies for their support. It serves as a reminder of how community-minded we are in the North, working in unity to keep our neighbours safe.”

The contribution will support the purchase of vital equipment for frontline care.

“We’re grateful for the leadership of OCP Construction Supplies who are inspiring our communities to support the urgent and evolving needs of caring for patients, including those with COVID-19,” Tammy Morison, President & CEO, NBRHC Foundation.

“During this unprecedented time, we need to come together to make a difference. We strongly support the hard work and dedication of our health care workers and we want to express our gratitude as much as possible,” Richard Cousineau, president, OCP Construction Supplies, said in a press release. “We are so thankful for the health care teams across northeastern Ontario who are working tirelessly around the clock.”

With offices in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Timmins, and Sudbury, OCP Construction Supplies distributes a variety of construction supplies including concrete repair products, caulks and sealants, metal building insulation, and more.


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