The deadline for the Hospital Basis of Crawford County (HFCC) “Envelope Problem” was to have been this Friday, however has been moved to December 5, in response to HFCC Govt Director Don Luensmann.
The aim of the problem is to offer funds for a brand new handicapped-accessible van for the Crawford County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) Group Cares Affected person Transportation Service.
“Of the automobiles we at the moment have, one has over 90,000 miles on it and the opposite has over 75,000 miles,” Luensmann stated. “We have to begin changing these automobiles, and the Envelope Problem is a approach for us to encourage the neighborhood to become involved and assist the service that we offer.”
The transportation service offers rides to sufferers and is supplied by the efforts of CCMH volunteers.
Starting in 2013, HFCC raised greater than $140,000 to start this system.
Within the first 5 years of this system, the transportation service supplied free rides to greater than 8,000 sufferers to see a care supplier, for lab attracts, bodily remedy periods, and specialty clinic appointments.
Volunteers have supplied greater than 14,000 rides and pushed greater than 160,000 miles.
Every of the service’s two buses can maintain as much as ten passengers, with eight seats, a wheelchair raise and room for 2 wheelchairs.