Minot, ND - Town & Country Credit Union recently presented the Trinity Health Foundation with a $50,000 donation for the new Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign. Representatives from the credit union including Kalli Schell, Interim President/CEO, Shannon Webster, SVP Marketing, Fred Beuchler, SVP Business Lending, and Jay Landsiedel, SVP Chief Financial Officer presented the check to Trinity Health Foundation Director, Dusty Zimmerman.
“At Town & Country Credit Union, we’re on a mission to positively impact our communities and improve the quality of life for our fellow residents. Access to high quality healthcare is one of our area’s most basic and absolutely vital needs,” said Kalli Schell, Town & Country Credit Union Interim President/CEO. “We’re proud to support the Trinity Health Foundation with this donation to their new Healthcare Campus and Medical District building project which will positively impact the quality of life in the Minot area for years to come.”
“We are proud to have an organization like Town & Country Credit Union in our community. This organization continually steps up when community needs arise. We appreciate the staff and board members of Town & Country Credit Union who continue to support community efforts such as the new Healthcare Campus, knowing the significant impact it will have on our region” expressed Dusty Zimmerman, Director, Trinity Health Foundation. “On behalf of our Trinity Health patients, staff, and board members, we thank you for your generosity in helping us to fulfill our mission.”
Trinity Health Foundation is in the midst of the Trinity Health Healthcare Campus and Medical District Capital Campaign to raise $15,000,000 to support the $520,500,000 project. To date, Trinity Health Foundation has raised $5,000,000. Donations are being sought from regional and national foundations, corporate donors, private donors, and Trinity Health staff through fundraisers.
Construction on Trinity Health’s new Healthcare Campus and Medical District is expected to be completed in January 2023. Following that, a number of activities are required to be completed before move-in including equipment installation that is required to acclimate for several months in the new environment prior to patient use creating an anticipated opening in May 2023.
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