Recent Foundation News

25 Years | 2,000 Grants | $865,000 in Funding

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

25 Years | 2,000 Grants | $865,000 in Funding One of the Longest Running Programs at our Foundation Supports the Education of Hospital Staff It’s well known that St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation raises funds to help the Hospital to purchase vital equipment, fund research studies and renew patient care areas – but did you know … Read More

Canada’s Spring Cycling Classic Returns

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Canada’s Spring Cycling Classic Returns Paris to Ancaster | A Ride for Research Offers Two Ways for Riders to Take Part in Support of one Great Cause St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation is pleased to return as the official charity partner of Paris to Ancaster | A Ride for Research. This much-loved spring cycling event was … Read More

St. Joe’s Gets to the Heart of the Issue through Kidney Research

Thursday, March 25, 2021

St. Joe’s Gets to the Heart of the Issue through Kidney Research March is National Kidney Month in Canada, and here at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, we’re an international leader in the treatment for and research of kidney diseases. But we know that sometimes it’s hard to understand what makes a Hospital an international leader, … Read More

Your Impact

Over

$11,000,000

raised in support of our Hospital in 2019-20

Over

$8,400,000

granted to our Hospital in 2019-20

Over

2 million+

people in our region benefiting from your generosity

Your Stories

I'm so thankful for the great care I received from Dr. Kitching and the rest of the cardiology team at St. Joe's! With their help, I was well enough to walk down the aisle at my wedding.

- Kristy K., Grateful Patient

St. Joe's was there for me when I found out my kidneys were failing. With the support of Dr. To and my amazing care team, I've had three healthy pregnancies while on dialysis. If you ask me, my daughters are nothing short of a miracle!

- Lotoiya R., Grateful Patient

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