Expansion Campaign Receives Strong Municipal Support

April closed with two pledges to the The Future is Now Capital Campaign from two municipalities that are part of Boundary Trails Health Centre’s core service area. The Municipality of Pembina confirmed a pledge of $267,100 and the Municipality Rhineland confirmed a $200,000 gift. Both municipalities have representation on the BTHC Foundation Board and their expansion campaign commitments “show a willingness to help shape the quality of healthcare in our region,” says Board Chair Ben Friesen. “We are so appreciative of the support shown by our surrounding municipalities and it brings us that much closer to our campaign’s $10 million fundraising goal.”

The Future is Now Capital Campaign has also received support from the Cities of Morden and Winkler and the Rural Municipality of Stanley – which are all represented on the BTHC Foundation Board.

Pictured left to right: BTHC Foundation Fundraising Coordinator Jennifer Ching-Faux, Municipality of Pembina Reeve Glenn Shiskoski and BTHC Foundation Executive Director Shannon Samatte-Folkett


Municipality of Rhineland Council, back row l to r: Hank Froese, Brad Wiebe, Jake Heppner, John Dueck. Front row l to r: Deputy Reeve, Brad Braun, Reeve Don Wiebe, and Archie Heinrichs.



You’ve Helped Raise…

Palliative Care, Spiritual Care & Equipment needs within BTHC

$701000 RAISED
BUDGET $4000000