Jim Brenner, manager of Chances Playtime Abbotsford, presents a cheque of just over $2,600 to Liz Harris, executive director of the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation. (Submitted photo)

Chances Playtime donates $2,600 to Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation

Gaming centre among sponors of pediatric unit at Abbotsford Regional Hospital

Chances Playtime in Abbotsford recently presented a cheque of just over $2,600 to the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation (FVHCF).

“We are grateful for community partners like Chances Playtime, who share our vision of improving health care in our community,” said Liz Harris, FVHCF executive director.

Chances Playtime has been added to the list of sponsors for the pediatric unit at Abbotsford Regional Hospital.

The FVHCF raises funds and awareness for hospitals in the Fraser Health region, including Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Harrison Hot Springs, Kent/Agassiz and Hope.

Visit fvhcf.ca for more information.

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