After receiving advisement from Alberta Health Services (AHS) the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation Board of Directors has decided to postpone the 2020 Courage Gala, originally scheduled for April 3rd. The Board of Directors made this decision out of an abundance of caution and in recognition that COVID-19 is a growing concern for Albertans and of the risks associated with large gatherings of people.

“As a healthcare foundation, the safety of the public, including our valued guests, is our top priority. We are grateful to the community  that has supported this event for the past 16 years. We know this is an event that our stakeholders look forward to each year and postponing was not a decision we took lightly. We haven’t identified an alternative date yet and we will wait for recommendations from AHS before we do so,” said Rick Vogel, Board Chair of the Glenrose Foundation.

The event typically has around 700 guests, volunteers and performers, including current and former patients of the Glenrose Hospital. It is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Glenrose Foundation, which supports innovative programs and technology to advance rehabilitative care at the hospital. As a charitable organization, the Glenrose Foundation relies on the generosity of the community.

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