College And University Donate To Windsor Regional Hospital COVID-19 Fight

Tuesday April 7th, 2020

Posted at 12:05pm


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Student government groups and alumni associations from St. Clair College and the University of Windsor are  each donating $50,000 to help Windsor Regional Hospital with the purchase of new  ventilators in the immediate fight against COVID-19.

University of Windsor President Robert Gordon said the University is pleased to be able to work cooperatively with colleagues and friends at St. Clair College during this uncertain and difficult time in our region’s history.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has brought together our entire university community – including our students and alumni – to provide support to our essential front-line healthcare workers at Windsor Regional Hospital,” he said.  “We owe all these dedicated individuals an incredible debt of gratitude, and we thank each and every one of them for their contributions every single day. Together we will get through this.”

St. Clair College President Patti France said the entire St. Clair family of staff, students and alumni is involved in the crucially important effort to offer support.

“A community-wide threat requires a community-wide response, and St. Clair will be doing whatever it possibly can to help, from now until this crisis is resolved,” she said. “If we have the ability to help and assist the medical community at this critical time, we’re going to do just that.”


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