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A&T donates $50,000 to RIH Foundation

The donation will support initiatives such as funding priority equipment for the new patient-care tower and helping with the expansion of infrastructure in the current hospital
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In the photo, from left: RIH Foundation CEO Heidi Coleman, A&T partner and vice-president of development Gary Reed and A&T partner and vice-president of construction Brandon Lolli. In the photo, from left: RIH Foundation CEO Heidi Coleman, A&T partner and vice-president of development Gary Reed and A&T partner and vice-president of construction Brandon Lolli.

A&T Project Developments has donated $50,000 to the RIH Foundation’s Together We Rise Campaign.

The donation will support initiatives such as funding priority equipment for the new patient-care tower and helping with the expansion of infrastructure in the current hospital.

A&T Project Developments is a well-known company behind various ventures, including being part of the partnership behind The Hive office buildings project in downtown Kamloops, now under construction. 

“One of our core values at A&T is community and we take this value very seriously,” A&T president Jeff Arnold said.

“We believe that aligning ourselves with the values and needs of our community keeps us collectively moving forward.”

In addition to building projects in Kamloops,

A&T has also, during the past three decades, donated resources and labour to several projects in the community for various causes. In the past, the company has funded organizations such as the Kamloops Food Bank Society, BC SPCA Kamloops Community Animal Centre and the Kamloops Hospice Association.

A&T has also donated to the RIH Foundation’s annual Royal Affair event.

“We have always respected and appreciated our health-care workers and the value that the RIH Foundation brings to our community,” said Gary Reed, A&T’s partner and vice-president of development.

“We were inspired to give to a campaign that aligns with our core values and our vision to better the entire community of Kamloops and the surrounding areas.”

Added RIH Foundation CEO Heidi Coleman: “This gift to our hospital shows their commitment to health care in Kamloops and the Thompson-Cariboo region.”