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White Spot helps hospital on Christmas

The spirit of giving this season is strong at White Spot, Richmond Centre, where they will be donating 100 per cent of it Christmas Day net proceeds and staff tips to Richmond Hospital Foundation.

For the eleventh year, White Spot, Richmond Centre will be open for a special Christmas lunch on December 25th from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. with all staff time, tips and net proceeds being graciously donated to Richmond Hospital Foundation. Approximately 50 staff will be participating on the day, and over $70,000 has been raised from the event since its inception in 2001.

“White Spot at Richmond Centre has been an outstanding community partner for Richmond Hospital Foundation over the past decade and it’s made a real difference for the work that we do to support quality care for patients,” said Natalie Meixner, President & CEO of Richmond Hospital Foundation. “We have community leaders stepping up in support of Richmond Hospital throughout the year, but White Spot is always special because of their extra effort on Christmas Day.”

For 25 years, Richmond Hospital Foundation has raised over $40 million in support of quality health care in Richmond. Final totals raised from White Spot, Richmond Centre’s Christmas luncheon will be announced at a later date.

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