From left: Veronica Hammer, Sarah White, Masooma Bhatti and Aden Mah are among the USask medical students who have raised funds to purchase and transport personal hygiene products, sewing supplies and at-home activities for families living in the La Loche community. (Photos: Submitted)

USask unites: Medical students double fundraising goal to send supplies to northern Saskatchewan communities

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In the span of four days, USask medical students have more than doubled their fundraising goal to purchase supplies for those in an isolated Saskatchewan community who have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The fundraiser is one of the latest ways that USask medical students have been engaged in volunteering their time to help where they can during the pandemic. From contact tracing to connecting with isolated older adults, medical students have been stepping up to help….

https://news.usask.ca/articles/colleges/2020/usask-unites-medical-students-double-fundraising-goal-to-send-supplies-to-northern-saskatchewan-communities.php

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