June 13th, 2018 by

Kay Stafford Fund benefits 21 organizations

The recipients of the Kay Stafford Award. (Photo: Amanda Smith/Quinte News)

The generosity of one woman benefited 21 organizations and six students on Wednesday evening.

At the Annual General Meeting for the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation, a significant amount of funds were handed out as part of the Kay Stafford Fund.

Stafford was a Canada Post worker who left over a million dollars to the Foundation.

Executive Director Wendy Warner has the details.

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Each year, TMHF uses the investment income to provide grants to the community and staff.

Recipients this year include:

Alzheimer’s Society, Care Giver Education Day, $2,700

Batawa Lions Club, safety barriers and therapy support at events, $908

Batawa Ski Hill, safety fencing and communications, $8,704

Big Brothers Big Sisters, Mentorship Program, $2,500

Frankford Youth Centre, Glow Girls Program, $1,000

John Howard Society, Grade 9 students at risk to attend Quantum Program, $10,000

Northumberland Community Care, Seniors Dance Program, $3,326

Our TMH, Protect and Preserve services at TMH, $10,000

Quinte Access, new van, $25,000

Quinte Children’s Foundation, 100 Playing for Keeps, 30 Camp for Hope, $6,000

Quinte West Fire and Emergency Services, Rapid Deployment Raft, $5,300

Quinte West, four defibrillators, $8,400

Quinte West Youth Centre, 275 youth food prep and nutrition program, $5,000

Rotary Club of Stirling, defibrillator, $2,170

St. Francis of Assisi Church, two defibrillators, $5,000

St. John’s Ambulance, First Response Vehicle, $15,000

Trenton Trillium Seniors Club, defibrillator, $3,340

Trenton United Church, defibrillator, $2,000

VON, seniors fitness class, $3,995

YMCA, 40 annual memberships or one week of camp for 100 kids, $5,000

Six area high school students and one Loyalist College student received bursaries towards their studies.