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Veryl Lindsay Fund still giving comfort, eliciting smiles

November 30, 2021

Veryl Lindsay
This little guy came in to Boundary Community Hospital last night and he was scared when he came into the emergency room. But with the kindness of staff and some extra love from the stuffed squirrel and blanket he was given, donated by the community, he perked right up and even gave a big smile.

The Veryl Lindsay Memorial Fund was established by the Lindsay family through the Fry Healthcare Foundation to purchase stuffed animals for Emergency Department patients or family members, children hospitalized for care, or dementia patients who need comfort.

Patients are still receiving stuffed animals thanks to the fund, established in memory of registered nurse Veryl Lindsay, who cared for Boundary Community Hospital patients from 1954 to 1986.

Small acts of kindness and love donated through the Veryl Lindsay Fund and our community make a big difference for our little patients!

You can read more about the Veryl Lindsay Fund and how you, too, can bring smiles to those most in need of comfort by clicking here.

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Mike Weland, Publisher  

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