Thank you to the Grupo das Amigas for stopping in at the Foundation office to make an amazing donation of $15,000, pictured with the ladies from the Grupo das Amigas are Dr. Arthur Eugenio, Chief of the Emergency Department and Kim Siegel, Director of Clinical Programs.
The Grupo das Amigas’ annual fundraising dinner celebrating “Friendship Day” included over 400 women and an amazing auction, the event was held Saturday, February 3rd at the Portuguese Club of Cambridge. This year proceeds from the event will go towards the purchase of a bladder scanner for the Medical/Surgical Department.
We are exceptionally grateful to each attendee, sponsor and volunteer for making this event a success every year. Thank you to the ladies who spend all year planning this event.
This long standing dinner has helped raised over $100,000 for Cambridge Memorial Hospital since 2009.
Way to go! Thank you so much for your continued support!
Posted by: Alexandra Wolosinecky at 2:45 PM
Special Campaign Gift Announced at 29th Trees of Caring Kick-off
Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation partnered with Chartwell Queens Square Retirement Residence to host their 29th Annual Trees of Caring kick-off. Festive music and treats were enjoyed by residents, donors, and members of the community, as messages were shared about the thousands of lives touched every year because of essential funding from Trees of Caring.
Last year over $325,000 was raised from the community and local businesses in support of Trees of Caring. Funds raised through this season’s appeal will go towards the Women and Children’s department for specialized equipment.
At this year’s kick-off, CMH also announced a remarkable gift from a new Gold Star sponsor. RE/MAX Realtor, Faisal Susiwala, has donated a generous $130,000, $1 on behalf of each Cambridge resident. Additional recognition will be provided through the naming of the Teen Lounge in the Paediatric Department of the new wing.
Posted by: CMH Foundation at 11:21 AM
Preston High School – “Change Starts with Us”
Thank you to all the students, teachers, parents and sponsors who supported this amazing initiative!
“Change starts with us” is a simple initiative of students donating loose ‘change’ in their wallets to a worthy cause in our community. Students from Preston High School have raised over $14,000 for important causes within their community. Funds raised through ‘Change starts with us’ will be donated to... the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation’s TransformationCMH Campaign.
10th Anniversary Best Bites, takes it Back to the Future!
The kick off for our 10th Anniversary of Best Bites - Taste of the Region was held on Thursday, June 22nd at the Galt Country Club. This year's Best Bites presented by MNP Accounting, Consulting, Tax and RBC Wealth Management Dominion Securities will transform you from the past to the present, and on to the future.
Proceeds from this year's event taking place on Sunday, September 10th, will support a new CT Scanner for Cambridge Memorial Hospital's new wing, and other community projects of Rotary Preston Hespeler.
They're here! Tasty Easter cookies in support of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation are now available in-store (while quantities last).
Posted by: Nelia Demmery at 9:55 AM
Sunnyhill - LOVE YOUR HOSPITAL
Valentine's Day was a perfect launch date for Sunnyhill Gas and Convenience's Love Your Hospital Fundraiser.
Wisam (Sam) Behno, owner of Sunnyhill, and his staff will be pumping gas over the next month with a portion of the fuel purchases going to support and help purchase equipment for Breast Reconstruction at Cambridge Memorial Hospital.
Each and Every Time You Purchase Gas From Sunnyhill During February and March you will Help Breast Reconstruction at CMH... and ultimately help a family member, a friend, a neighbour or a stranger through one of the biggest challenges of their life.
Go to Sunnyhill and help make a difference...not to mention receive friendly, full service attention every day.
Thanks to our generous community we were able to surpass our goal of $265,000 for our Trees of Caring Campaign! Over 1,800 community members, associations, clubs and corporations sent gifts in memory or in honour of their loved ones to help light up the Trees of Caring.
There are three stars that shine brightly on the top of our Trees of Caring and each year these stars are sponsored by community members, local businesses and community groups. This year our Gold Star was sponsored for $5,000 by our closest corporate neighbour, BWXT Technologies Inc. Our Silver Star was sponsored for $2,500 by the staff and volunteers of CMH. Our Bronze Star was sponsored for $1,500 by the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxialliary Branch 272, who have been sponsoring our Bronze Star since 2003. Thank you to all of our Star Sponsors!
For over 30 years. All Through the House has created beautiful, handcrafted Angels of Caring. This year they designed a beautiful Angel with bright red details. Thank you to all of the local bank branches and businesses for partnering with us to sell our Angels of Caring. Over 30 years, we have sold over 33,000 Angels of Caring and raised over $100,000 for our Trees of Caring campaigns. Thank you All Through the House for partnering with us!
Once again, Cambridge Toyota partnered with the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation in the months of November and December. During those months, Cambridge Toyota donates $25 for every new or used vehicle sold. Thank you Cambridge Toyota for partnering with us once again to light up the Trees of Caring!
This is the seventh year that the hospital’s Trees of Caring campaign has included a corporate banner program. Banners are sponsored by area businesses and hung along Coronation Blvd for the holiday season. This year our Banner Program raised $14,500 from 34 community organizations. Thank you to these businesses for continuing to support this program!
Posted by: Megan Brown at 10:51 AM
Today's Early Bird Draw Winner
Today's winner of $1,000 in the Hospital Lottery is Michael Horsley (ticket #2081) Congratulations!
Tickets are still available, call 519-740-4966 for our next early bird draw January 19, 2017.
Posted by: Nelia Demmery at 12:23 PM
Woodland Park PS has made a difference by brightening the holidays for our young patients!
Baby it was cold outside!
However…. inside the hospital some special elves from Woodland Park PS warmed up CMH by donating loads of toys.
We would like to thank Woodland Park Public School, Principal Paul Schlegel, Ms. Val Riegle and the students of Me to We and all the students and families of the school who donated the toys.
Santa’s helpers were on hand to help accept the donation: Bert from ER, Tracy our Child Life Specialist and Sue Lockett from the Foundation. It took 3 loads on Santa’s sleigh to deliver all the toys to Pediatrics. Woodland Park PS has made a difference by brightening the holidays for our young patients! May all the children enjoy a healthy and joyous holiday season.
Posted by: Megan Brown at 2:34 PM
Three little grade four Angels dropped by the Foundation Office this morning
Pictured Above: Emma, Taylor and Cameron
Principal Carolyn Baechler from Central Public School and three little grade four Angels dropped by the Foundation Office this morning.
Cameron had an idea to fundraise for her local community and asked Emma and Taylor to join her. They got together and wanted to help the Hospital and donate to the Trees of Caring.
A loonie and toonie drive was held and they collected $300.00for Trees of Caring. A big thank you goes out to Cameron, Emma, Taylor and Central Public School!