BTHC Foundation Announces Naming of Child and Youth Rehabilitation Centre
The Boundary Trails Health Centre Foundation is excited to announce the naming rights for a key service area in the expanded Boundary Trails Health Centre facility. Access Credit Union has designated $500,000 towards the Child and Youth Rehabilitation Centre. Conveniently located in the new Community Services Building, the new centre will amalgamate treatment services at BTHC so families will no longer have to travel to various locations throughout the community to receive care.
Access Credit Union (ACU) President and CEO Larry Davey, and ACU Board Chair Curt Letkeman, along with Community & Engagement Strategist Keesy Rodewald were at BTHC to present a $500,000 cheque for the Building for the Future Campaign. Davey remarked that “this is a perfect fit with what our membership is seeking on how we support our various communities. Boundary Trails impacts so many of the communities we’re in. We’re just happy to support them in this expansion.”
This gift pushes the Capital Campaign over the $8 million mark. As the campaign closes in on its $10 million goal, BTHC Foundation Board Chair Ben Friesen notes that “the community support for our campaign is still strong,” and the Capital Campaign Committee will be shifting its focus now from the business community to the public at large.
To learn more about the BTHC Expansion and a full list of services that will be available, visit https://bthcexpansion.ca.