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Workin to Win Employee Lottery

If you’re an employee, you can “play at work” and support our Foundation at the same time. Sign up now for your chance to win and support a great cause! If you have employee lottery questions contact us at (506) 648-6400 or email [email protected].

Designed graphic reading "1st Prize $1000"
Designed graphic reading "2nd Prize $200"
Designed graphic reading "3rd Prize $50 Grocery Gift Card"

We’d like to thank Johnson Insurance for generously donating our 2nd and 3rd place prizes.

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Johnson Insurance is a preferred partner of the Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation providing helpful service and products that take care of your home and car insurance needs. Call Johnson today for details and to see how much you could save.

Call 1-877-732-6714 or visit Johnson.ca/healthcare.

Congratulations to our most recent Employee Lottery winners.

Draw date April 28, 2022

Carmel M. Leahy

1st prize $1000.00
Grand Surprise Winner

Laura K.D. Woodhouse

2nd prize $200.00 Winner

Janet Henry Soper

3rd prize $50.00
Grocery Card Winner

Employee Crisis Fund

The employees of our hospital need to be cared for as well. The Workin to Win Employee Lottery, sponsored by Johnson Insurance, provides for our Employee Crisis Fund- giving you access to help during immediate and urgent personal situations of crisis.

If you are a Horizon employee and would like more information about the Employee Crisis Fund, please contact:

Philip P. Kennedy,
Manager of Social Work
648-7505

Brenda L. Lynch,
Director of Spiritual Care
648-6014

Elizabeth A. Evans,
Employee Health
648-7191

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