Silent auction Harvest Moon Ball, supported by Global Lethbridge – Lethbridge


The Covenant Foundation is excited to continue to transform healthcare in Lethbridge. By participating in the Harvest Moon Ball Silent Auction, presented in honor of Cor Van Raay, you have a direct impact on patients, residents, their families and the care teams in your community.

All proceeds raised will remain in Lethbridge to benefit St. Michael’s Health Center and Covenant Health’s St. Therese Villa. The auctions will be open from October 12 to 26 at www.givergy.ca/harvestmoonball

About the facilities

St. Michael’s Health Center has long been a cornerstone in Lethbridge, since 1929 when it first operated as St. Michael’s General Hospital. Today, as a member of the Covenant family, St. Michael’s Health Center continues to serve the community by providing palliative care, post-acute rehabilitation services, long-term care, complex long-term care , community support beds, and support services for people living with dementia or other complex health needs. St. Therese Villa is a supportive living facility serving over 200 residents of Lethbridge and surrounding communities. It is a multicultural facility designed to meet and support the well-being and independence of residents while providing quality care in a supportive and caring environment.

Presented and in honor of Cor Van Raay

It is with great sadness that the Covenant Foundation has learned of the passing of agricultural innovator, entrepreneur and philanthropist Cor Van Raay, who passed away peacefully on July 29, 2021, at the age of 85, with his family by his side.

In conversation with Cor’s family, the Harvest Moon Ball silent auction in October will be presented in honor of Cor Van Raay.

Cor was a long-time supporter of the foundation as a presenting sponsor of the Harvest Moon Ball in Lethbridge. His generosity has left an incredible legacy in his communities in southern Alberta and Saskatchewan. For the residents of Covenant Health, their families and the care teams at St. Michael’s Health Center and Villa St. Therese, Cor’s impact continues to help transform healthcare in the region.


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