Volunteer board directors needed at PVHS

Once the new health facilities are built, Pleasant View's 76 beds will close and a new use must be found for the building

Pleasant View Housing Society (PVHS) needs volunteer board directors.

The non-profit group operates a 40-unit apartment for low-income seniors, meals on wheels, an adult day program and a 76-bed residential nursing care home.

Fraser Health Authority is building a new 200-bed facility alongside Mission Memorial Hospital and once open, PVHS’ 76 beds will close, leaving the building for another use. The board has an opportunity to find a sustainable valued service for Mission people in need.

Directors attend an evening board meeting approximately nine times a year with two to three additional events, and with the pending transition there may be some committee work.

If you would like to help, fax your resume and letter of interest by Feb. 15 to Annette Condon at 604-826-2024 or e-mail to applyto@PVHS.ca.

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