it was more than a photo op, as Knights of Columbus 2319 Grand Knight Tony Scalzi connected with Phil Gourlay, Development Officer, Events & Community Relations to express gratitude for all they do at Wellspring Niagara. The visit on June 30th was set up to formally offer the K of C’s appreciation for the services provided at the new cancer support facility and show recognition in the form of a $1,200 donation made in the spring to Wellspring.
A portion of the proceeds from the Garden Fest fundraiser presented by the Knights of Columbs in April at Holy Rosary Hall was donated to the charitable organization.
Wellspring’s more than 40 different programs and services are designed to meet specific needs of their patients. Some are designed to help when they’re not feeling well, or if they are dealing with difficult symptoms.
Others are intended to help with cancer recovery and restoring a patient’s health and wellness.
There are many programs that providec patients with the tools, resources and knowledge needed to help them make a transition back into the community and manage their own health on a long-term basis.
Located in Pelham, Wellspring Niagara relies solely on the financial support of the community it serves in the Niagara region. All Wellspring programs are offered free of charge. No referral is necessary. Go to their website to learn more about Wellspring. https://wellspring.ca/niagara/ #cancersupport