POTSDAM, NY – SeaComm Federal Credit Union has made a $100,000 commitment to the Great Care, Right Here Fundraising Campaign to support the construction of the St. Lawrence Health (SLH) Regional Care Pavilion at Canton-Potsdam Hospital.
The Great Care, Right Here Fundraising Campaign goal is to raise funds from government sources, individuals, private foundations, and vendors to help support the construction of the Regional Care Pavilion, and advance workforce development through education at the very heart of our organization - our clinicians.
“Our $100,000 pledged gift to the St. Lawrence Health Foundation is a concrete way to show our commitment to the community by assisting St. Lawrence Health in meeting its mission and its hospital construction expansion,” stated SeaComm President and Chief Executive Officer Scott Wilson.
“St. Lawrence Health is a cornerstone in our community and continues to meet the healthcare needs of our friends and neighbors, which is extremely important to us. We are happy to partner on this expansion, which enables us to continue to fulfill our mission of ‘People Helping People’,” he added.
SLH President Donna McGregor pointed out that support from the community for the Regional Care Pavilion is an important and valuable investment.
Great Care, Right Here Campaign Chair and CPH Board Trustee Jacquie Kuno commented, “Fulfilling our aspirations requires more than a strategic allocation of existing resources. Leadership giving such as this example by SeaComm is an increasingly critical component of SLH’s ongoing evolution of insuring great care for every person who lives in our region, and those visiting as well.”
The Campaign is in the early stages and the Campaign Kickoff Gala event to start the public phase will be on November 2, 2023 at The Stables at Windy Point in Potsdam.
To learn about ways to make a donation to the Campaign, contact SLH Foundation Director April Grant at 315-261-5418.
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