After working with the Foundation for 12 years, Meghan Liddle is wrapping up her role and excited to be taking on new adventures. Megan’s care, warmth, integrity and deep commitment to healthcare will be missed! “Over the years, the Foundation has been entrusted by our community with donations to support healthcare, and Meghan has been an integral part of our team ” stated Bill Anglin, President, Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation Board. Meghan shared that “the Foundation have given me many great memories to treasure, and it is the people that have made the years here so enjoyable. I cannot express just how much I will miss everyone and the incredibly rewarding work the Foundation does. I may be relocating back to the North Shore, but post-covid will be making frequent returns to the Comox Valley and look forward to staying in touch”.

The Foundation is delighted to welcome Lauren Klaus to the Gift & Donor Relations role. Lauren moved to the Comox Valley with her family in 2019. She has a background in administration and sales, and was most recently with Tourism Whistler. Lauren “admires the work of the Foundation and what they have achieved over the years, so I am very excited to be a part of the team and support healthcare in our community’”. Jessica Aldred, CVHF Executive Director and the Foundation Board of Directors, are thrilled to have Lauren on board and together build on the Foundation’s history of raising funds for Island Health priorities in the Comox Valley and the vision unfolding through Providence Living for seniors’ care at the old hospital site in Comox.