The Huntsville Hospital Foundation (HHF) announced today that the Campus Trails Legacy Fund will donate $1,000 on behalf of every owner in its new development to the HHF.
The Campus Trails development, by Greystone, is a new active community of wellness, culture and connectivity. It sits on thirty-two acres of land nestled in the trees off Muskoka Road 3 North, right beside Huntsville Hospital. The Tom Condo, (recently sold out) is a modern 30-unit condominium within an inspiring setting, connected trials and gorgeous views.
Campus Trails was inspired by the future, the future of our community and a legacy of Huntsville. “We strive to support our community and believe that ‘Campus Trails’ will deliver an active lifestyle that promotes healthy living, active connectivity to nature and an environment of wellness to feature all that Muskoka has to offer,” says Pat Dubé, owner of Greystone Project Management. Phase II of Campus Trails, is now well under way and will join the site along with the already active Wellness Centre and The Tom. The next phase of Campus Trails will begin with The Alexander, featuring rooftop terraces and loft units overlooking Fairy Lake and the magnificent rolling landscape of Huntsville.
Since 1995, Greystone has maintained a strong reputation in Muskoka in both commercial and residential construction that proudly reflects the dedication of our team to our community. Greystone also has a long history of support to Huntsville Hospital Foundation and this commitment continues with Campus Trails. It is due to this long history that Dubé has integrated philanthropy into the community, introducing the Campus Trails Legacy Fund.
The Campus Trails Legacy fund will donate $1,000 to the Hospital Foundation on behalf of every owner in the project. That translates to over $30,000 for The Tom building, $100,000 for the second phase, and more as the community grows.
Katherine Craine, executive director of Huntsville Hospital Foundation explains, “The Campus Trails Legacy Fund reinforces Greystone’s commitment to our local community and to everyone who lives here, works here, and plays here. We are so grateful to Pat Dubé and his entire team for their generosity, and forward thinking.”
The Campus Trails Legacy fund will pledge donations in recognition and in the name of each owner, celebrating and supporting the incredible service and care provided by the Huntsville Hospital. Campus Trails Legacy is about relationships, community involvement, volunteerism and wellness. “We hope the Campus Trails Legacy fund will either reinforce existing relationships or foster new involvement within the healthcare community,” says Dubé.
Huntsville Hospital Foundation is a fundraising organization dedicated to improving healthcare services for residents of Muskoka and East Parry Sound. A registered charity since 1984, its mandate is to provide ongoing capital and education resources for Huntsville District Memorial Hospital. This will ensure our hospital and medical professionals have the technology and equipment they require to provide exceptional care. Find out more about the Foundation by visiting www.huntsvillehospitalfoundation.ca
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