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Friday, June 9, 2017

Cole Foundation veterans' campaign

Please support the Cole Foundation as they’ll adorn Cole Memorial’s hospital campus on July 1-7, 2017 with American flags to show your love, honor and respect to local veterans.

All donations from this event will go back to our local veteran patients at Cole Memorial. Each gift will be acknowledged with a specially designed card to the person being honored or to the family of the memorialized loved one. A letter will be sent to the donor acknowledging their generous contribution. All gifts are tax deductible.

To contribute, simply print this brochure, complete it and mail with a check made payable to the “Cole Foundation” or submit an online donation form (be sure to designate “Operation Appreciation”). The names of those honored or memorialized will be listed on the hospital's website, displayed in the hospital's lobby and on posters throughout the community.

You may also donate by calling Andrea Streich at 814-274-5520. Thank you!

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

There it is again. Foundation is singular, so it can't be "they."

Stay strong and true said...

There's more than one person in any foundation. Webster is still out there

Anonymous said...

I need to chime in. Writer 3:41 is correct; foundation is a singular noun. It can have one person/member or 101; it is still a singular noun. The proper pronoun is it, rather than they. All they need to do is replace the contraction "they'll" (which is awkward to begin with) with "it will." Then it will be correct. That is the correct form and it stays strong and true.