PPE Donations Needed for Waterloo Long-Term Care Workers, News (Waterloo Minor Hockey)

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PPE Donations Needed for Waterloo Long-Term Care Workers
Submitted By WMHA on Monday, May 4, 2020
WMHA is pleased to join Communitech in support of our long term care and retirement home facilities in Waterloo Region with donations of unopened personal protective equipment, medical supplies and personal comfort items.

If you can donate, items are being accepted between 9am-4pm on Friday, May 8 at Westmount Golf & Country Club.  Teams and players can also help put a smile on the faces of those living and working in our long term care and retirement home facilities by providing artwork and crafts.

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