Redeemer donates personal protective equipment to local hospitals
Gloves from Redeemer’s labs have been provided to St. Joseph’s Healthcare and West Haldimand General Hospital
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March 30, 2020

Redeemer University has joined other organizations in the Hamilton community in donating vital personal protective equipment to frontline healthcare workers to help during the COVID-19 crisis.

Answering an appeal from Universities Canada and the Federal government, Redeemer was eager to do its part to help the community in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Boxes of vinyl and nitrile gloves have been delivered to St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton and West Haldimand Hospital in Hagersville.

“Redeemer is part of the Hamilton community and has always looked for ways to support and serve the people of our city,” said Redeemer president Robert Graham. “We were pleased to be able to help out in this practical way in a time of crisis.”

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