Farmers Union group donates to programsFarmers Union Service Association has donated $5,000 to Jamestown Hospital’s Home Health and Hospice programs as well as $3,000 for the new Infant Security System for the Maternal Child Health Program.
Farmers Union Service Association has donated $5,000 to Jamestown Hospital’s Home Health and Hospice programs as well as $3,000 for the new Infant Security System for the Maternal Child Health Program.
“Farmers Union has generously supported James-town Hospital Foundation for many years,” said Jan Barnes, foundation director. “They help each year with Breakfast with Santa, Home Health and the Hospice Program. With this gift, they have now obtained a place on the $100,000 level on our Wall of Honor.”
Barnes said the hospital’s primary goal is to offer the highest quality health care programs and services to the region and the help of organizations and people in the community enable the hospital to do that.
“That is certainly evident by Jamestown Hospital being named one of the Top 100 hospitals in the nation,” she said.
“Farmers Union is committed to helping the citizens of North Dakota,” said Odean Olson, general manager, Farmers Union. “One of the premier services available to the elderly, sick or injured is the home health care and hospice programs provided by Jamestown Hospital. We are fortunate to be able to assist in the preservation and expansion of these programs. ‘There’s no place like home’ is never more true than when a family member is faced with an illness or injury.”
Farmers Union will be recognized for its accomplishment of $100,000 at the next “Investment in Excellence” dinner in the fall of 2010.