It’s a Christmas time gift that will benefit many.
Dauphin resident Jim Mulligan provided a yuletide boost to the Dauphin Hospital Foundation with a generous donation of $150,000. The donation was also made in recognition of his late wife Judy.
Mulligan was more than happy to help by donating to an organization that provides needed assistance to many health-care projects and initiatives.
“I am pleased to be able to assist the Dauphin Hospital Foundation with their work. I believe the hospital, and health care, needs all the help it can get,” Mulligan said. “I look forward to seeing the donation put to good use to assist health care staff on the tremendous work they do each and every day.”
Dauphin Hospital Foundation chairman Greg Thompson was pleased to accept Mulligan’s contribution and grateful for the strong support he threw behind the foundation.
“Mr. Mulligan is very community-minded and wanted to ensure that organizations like the foundation can continue making a difference with various projects which assist the hospital, personal care home and community health services,” Thompson said. “We can’t thank him enough.”