Driven by the desire to enhance lives and the standard of living in the community, Pacific Chinese Cultural Society members raised more than $25,000 this past spring for Richmond Hospital Foundation’s Trio of Life Campaign. This campaign will help provide Richmond Hospital with new diagnostic equipment for conditions related to the heart, lungs and nervous system.
“We are passionate about supporting the Trio of Life Campaign because we know it will benefit thousands of people into the future,” explains John Pak, President of the Pacific Chinese Cultural Society. The Pacific Chinese Cultural Society was founded in 1993 with Richmond residents making up most of its 200 members. “We hope our donation will equip our local health care team with new equipment that will enable the best possible care for patients, friends, and family.”
Richmond Hospital Foundation is raising $580,000 to acquire the latest diagnostic equipment for the cardiology, pulmonary and neurology specialties – referred here as the ‘Trio of Life’. New equipment will ensure that disease is discovered and assessed as quickly and accurately as possible.
“Thank you to the Pacific Chinese Cultural Society for lending a hand and supporting this vital campaign,” says Spencer Gall, Campaign Director for Richmond Hospital Foundation. “Their generous contribution will provide our health care team with the tools they need to ensure that the best assessment and care is available in Richmond.”
From left to right: Spencer Gall, Campaign Director, Richmond Hospital Foundation; Pinky Wong, Director, Pacific Chinese Cultural Society; Mimi Pak, Founding Director, Pacific Chinese Cultural Society; John Pak, President, Pacific Chinese Cultural Society; Carol Chang, Donor, Pacific Chinese Cultural Society
Richmond Hospital Foundation
Over the past 35 years, Richmond Hospital Foundation has raised over $130 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.