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LivingHealthJoin the Circle of Friends by donating monthly to AGH/FVM

Join the Circle of Friends by donating monthly to AGH/FVM

The Almonte General Hospital/Fairview Manor Foundation’s Circle of Friends giving society includes all present and future donors who have committed to making a monthly gift.

For as little as $10 a month, you can join the Circle of Friends. Your monthly donation will help purchase essential medical equipment for the Hospital and the Manor.

Monthly donations provide a predictable source of income to the Hospital and the Manor, which allows us to plan ahead more effectively and maximize donor dollars.

The size of your gift is not as important as the fact that it arrives on a regular basis.

Monthly giving is convenient because:

  • It is simple and cost-effective
  • Your gift is made automatically every month, so you never have to remember to send a cheque
  • You will receive one tax receipt for all your monthly gifts after the end of the calendar year
  • You can change or cancel your gift at any time.

   Circle of Friends monthly donors are recognized in our annual members-only brochure, listed on our website, and receive a Certificate of Appreciation.

Help build Penny Mountain II

If you are looking for a way to dispose of your pennies, while supporting a worthy cause, take them to Alliance Coin and Banknote in Almonte.

Alliance Coin and Banknote owner Sean Isaacs is back raising money for the Almonte General Hospital (AGH) through Penny Mountain II.

By Saturday, November 17, 2012 Sean hopes to collect 250,000 pennies, with the proceeds going towards the purchase of a key piece of medical equipment for AGH.

Mississippi Mills and area residents, Almonte General Hospital supporters and penny collectors and hoarders can drop their pennies off at 88 Mill Street (Alliance Coin and Banknote) or at the Almonte General Hospital Foundation office at 75 Spring Street.

The Royal Canadian Mint will cease distribution of the one-cent coins in late 2012.

   To join our monthly giving program, or for information about Penny Mountain, please call the Foundation office at 613-256-2514, ext. 2296 or send an email to Foundation Executive Director Gerry Huddleston at ghuddleston@agh-fvm.com.

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