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Trees of Caring marking 30 years

Donations will be used to purchase new and specialized equipment for the new wing at Cambridge Memorial Hospital
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Lights will soon start to shine along Coronation Boulevard in Cambridge.

The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation's Trees of Caring is celebrating 30 years and in that time over $5 million has been donated by families and businesses.

Barb and Tom LeBrun have been donating to the campaign since it got its start.

"Our lights on the tree are dedicated in memory and in honour of our children and grandchildren. It is a way to show our gratitude for the exceptional healthcare we have received. We encourage everyone to share the satisfaction of contributing in a meaningful way ... Together we can make a difference." said the LeBruns.

Trees of Caring donations will be used to purchase new and specialized equipment for the hospital’s new wing.

A bulb is $10 and a string of lights is $250.

The foundation says donations can honour a caregiver, a loved one, or the memory of someone special.

The link to donate is here. You can also call 519-740-4966. 




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