TB Vets helping RIH and others

The TB Vets Charitable Foundation has donated $793,000 worth of

respiratory equipment to 28 hospitals, universities and search and rescue foundations in B.C.

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Included among the recipients is Royal Inland Hospital, which received $24,300.

In the photo are (from left) Bon Underhill and Devan Mitchell of TB Vets, along with Alisa Coquet, campaign director for the RIH Foundation.

TB Vets diamond keytags are in the mail in mid-October. Place them on your keys so if your keys are lost, found and dropped in a mailbox in Canada, you can be sure they will be safely returned to you.

Support for the Key Tag program helps fund more lifesaving respiratory equipment in British Columbia.

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