Treasure Life in the news:
We’re really excited this year,” explained Treasure Life communications advisor Graeme Burns. “Our tenth annual Treasure Life Golf Classic means a lot, it means we’ve been gaining support from our participants, golfers, and sponsors for a decade — that’s a big deal. There’s lots of opportunity to support your community, and we’ve had a dedicated group that’s been supporting us for 10 years, and this is an opportunity for us to give back.”
Treasure Life will be hosting their annual Skate for Cardiac Kids at the Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Centre to raise awareness of congenital heart disease, and what it takes to bring children home as early as possible.
In the past the Stollery Children’s Hospital’s “portable” cardiovascular ultrasound machine needed its own seat on the plane when it travelled to northern Alberta. It was the size of a small fridge. Those trips will be a lot easier now thanks to an $80,000 donation from Treasure Life, the Evan Ty Jenkins Pediatric Research Foundation, which bought the hospital a Vivid q Ultrasound system.
Small device helps young cardiac patients (CTV Edmonton)
Portable ultrasound machine makes big difference for young patients (Global Edmonton)
Treasure Life demonstrates Stollery’s newest ultrasound device (The Beaumont News)