Jen MacDonell is heading to Nepal on Friday to help with disaster relief efforts

Courtenay nurse heading to Nepal

Fundraiser for Jenny MacDonell on Wednesday

  • May. 12, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Nurse Jenny MacDonell (Jen mac) is off to Nepal on Friday with CMAT – Canadian Medical Assistance Teams for medical disaster relief, A fundraiser and silent auction will take place at The Prime Chophouse and Wine Bar on Wednesday, May 13 to raise funds for travel expenses and the CMAT team.

The Prime Chophouse is offering a burger/pasta meal with beer/wine for $20 with $5 going towards the cause. This is a great opportunity to both support disaster relief and to get out with family and friends.

Silent auction items are coming in hot and heavy, we are very grateful and excited to bid on these ourselves! Event starts at 5 and goes until 11 p.m., with auction ending 8 p.m. Kids are welcome.

Allergy diets are catered to.

MacDonell also has a crowd-funding page set up at bit.ly/1E4ehvZ

Read more about Jenny and why she volunteered for this mission in Thursday’s Record.

 

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