Koinonia Evangelical Church Gives Back to the Community Donating $10,000 to Richmond Hospital
With a strong belief in giving back to the community, the Koinonia Evangelical Church has made a donation of $10,000 to Richmond Hospital Foundation’s ACT NOW Campaign in support of building a new Acute Care Tower for Richmond Hospital. With over 600 members, many of whom live and work in Richmond and have received health care from Richmond Hospital, the Koinonia Evangelical Church understands the importance of advancing high quality, lifesaving care in the community of Richmond.
Left to right: Alec Cheng, Cyrus Kwong, Mimi Chan (Deacons of Koinonia Evangelical Church), Natalie Meixner, President & CEO, Endora Fan, Senior Development Manager, Haines Lee (Deacon of Koinonia Evangelical Church)
Richmond Hospital Foundation
For over 30 years, Richmond Hospital Foundation has raised over $100 million to help fund vital medical equipment, improvements in patient care services and upgraded facilities. Our goal is to inspire joyful giving within our community to build a better and healthier future for Richmond.
ACT NOW Campaign
Richmond Hospital urgently needs a new Acute Care Tower to replace the original hospital tower, which is more than 50 years old, seismically unstable and obsolete with severely deficient infrastructure unable to meet the needs of Richmond’s dramatically growing and aging population. More in-patient beds, larger operating rooms and a “future-ready” design will be just some of the many innovative features in the tower. Richmond Hospital Foundation’s goal with its ACT NOW campaign is to inspire giving to raise at least $50 million in philanthropic commitments to help fund a new Acute Care Tower at Richmond Hospital.