Photo, from left to right: Levena Bebault, retired CIBC employee, presents $500 for the Silent Guardian Fund to Joan Ryan, Executive Director of Nanaimo Lifeline.
For the last 12 years Levena Bebault has contributed her time to the Nanaimo Lifeline Program as a “home service representative”. She installs, maintains, and follows up with clients using the Lifeline Personal Emergency Response Service. Owned and operated by the Nanaimo & District Hospital Foundation, Lifeline allows medically at risk individuals to stay at home longer; providing peace of mind to clients and their families. Lifeline monitors are connected to phone lines only push their alarm to summons help.
Levena is also a retired CIBC employee who has used her volunteerism to support an important part of Lifeline services. The CIBC Retirees Ambassador Program donates funds to retirees’ charity of choice in lieu of volunteer hours. Levena has contributed more than 600 hours of service to Nanaimo Lifeline over the past 12 years. She recently presented $500 to Joan Ryan of Lifeline. The funds will be directed towards the Silent Guardian Fund at Lifeline. The Silent Guardian Fund helps support those who cannot afford the monthly service fee. To learn more visit www.nanaimohospitalfoundation.com/lifeline