The Royal Inland Hospital (RIH) Foundation is grateful to be a recipient of A&T Project Developments’ $50,000 commitment to the Together We Rise Campaign. Their gift will support initiatives such as funding priority equipment for the new Patient Care Tower and assisting with the expansion of infrastructure in the current hospital.
A&T Project Developments is an organization led by strong business ethics and community minded values, known for their high standards in the commercial and residential building industry. As a result, they have celebrated nearly three decades of exceeding their client’s expectations through the creative use of space, quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and ability to deliver every project on time – and on budget.
“One of our core values at A&T is “community” and we take this value very seriously. We believe that aligning ourselves with the values and needs of our community keeps us collectively moving forward”, says Jeff Arnold, President.
A&T Project Developments’ dedication to the community has shown itself through years of commitment and countless initiatives. For over 30 years, they have donated resources and labour to several projects in the community for causes they truly believe in. In the past, they have funded organizations such as the Kamloops Foodbank Society, BC SPCA Kamloops Community Animal Centre, and the Kamloops Hospice Association. Over the years, A&T has given to the RIH Foundation’s annual Royal Affair event. The team at A&T is thrilled to continue their support of the hospital and all its staff and look forward to seeing the impact of their most recent gift.
“We have always respected and appreciated our healthcare workers and the value that the RIH Foundation brings to our community. We were inspired to give to a campaign that aligns with our core values and our vision to better the entire community of Kamloops and the surrounding areas”, says Gary Reed, Vice President Development / Partner.
“The RIH Foundation is grateful for the contribution A&T Project Developments has made in support of the Together We Rise campaign. This gift to our hospital shows their commitment to healthcare in Kamloops and the Thompson Cariboo region. ” – Heidi Coleman, RIHF CEO.