Representatives of the Keystone of Life Foundation, Don Neilson and Peter Edwards, received a firsthand demonstration of the cushions and were impressed with how they improved the quality of life for the residents of Mountain View Manor.
Roho cushions provide residents with improved comfort by alleviating pressure on their body caused by sitting for long periods in their wheelchairs.
Mountain View Manor physical therapist Geri Pearson demonstrated how the cushions keep the residents safe, comfortable and mobile.
It is the first gift made to Delta Hospital Foundation by the Keystone of Life Foundation.
"The Keystone of Life's generosity has allowed for the best in patient care for our residents," said Delta Hospital Foundation executive director Veronica Carroll. "These cushions will really make a difference in their lives.
"Roho cushions are very important as they help relieve discomfort and allow our residents to socialize and visit with their families outside of their rooms."
The Keystone of Life Foundation was founded in the 1970s as a charity sup-ported and primarily funded by members and families of the Royal Arch Masons of B.C. and Yukon. Since its inception, the foundation has made over $500,000 in grants to hospitals.