Thrifty Foods supports the wellness and nutrition of vulnerable members of our community
We are grateful to have received $3,000 from the Thrifty Foods Community Action Fund in support of the Transition Suites’ Food Program led by Island Health’s Community Health Services team.
The Transition Suites at Washington Apartments are an important resource offered by Community Health Services for patients who are transitioning from hospital acute care to long-term care or assisted living. The generosity of Thrifty Foods ensures vulnerable members of our community receive nutritious hot meals that will contribute to their wellness and a high quality of care. Thank you Thrifty Foods!
Photo: Mike Bartemucci from Thrifty Foods, Jennifer Block from Community Health Services, and Rhonda Stevens from the Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation.