Canada-based charity donates two ambulances to Georgetown Hospital

The Guyana Burn and Health Care Charitable Foundation (GBHCCF), a York, Canada-based charity yesterday handed over two ambulances to the Georgetown Public Hospital.

The decommissioned ambulances, which were donated to the GBHCCF by the Regional Municipality of York, were handed over at the Canadian High Commission, High and Young streets, Kingston.

Chairman of the Regional Municipa-lity of York, William Fisch, recalled that the Deputy Mayor of Richmond Hill, Vito Spatafora, approached about the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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