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Janice Skot, president and CEO of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, helps Jack MacMillan, 3, hang a glass angel in memory of his grandfather during last year's kickoff of the Angel Tree campaign in the lobby of RVH. The Angel Tree will be unveiled Monday, Dec. 2. 
J.T. MCVEIGH/QMI AGENCY/BARRIE EXAMINER FILE

Janice Skot, president and CEO of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, helps Jack MacMillan, 3, hang a glass angel in memory of his grandfather during last year's kickoff of the Angel Tree campaign in the lobby of RVH. The Angel Tree will be unveiled Monday, Dec. 2. J.T. MCVEIGH/QMI AGENCY/BARRIE EXAMINER FILE

Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie has launched its “Angel Tree” campaign to help out those in need this holiday season.

The Angels are purchased for a minimum donation of $10 from the RVH Foundation, located in the main entrance next to Café Royale. Angels can be placed on the tree in memory of a loved one who has passed away or in honour of someone going through cancer treatment.

All proceeds from the tree support the Family Medicine Teaching Unit (FMTU) and Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre at RVH through the Radio for Radiation Campaign.

All proceeds from the tree support the Family Medicine Teaching Unit (FMTU) and Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre at RVH through the Radio for Radiation Campaign.

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