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Summer is Heating Up with our June Jackpot 50/50 Lottery!

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Summer is Heating Up with our June Jackpot 50/50 Lottery! Beat the heat and win cold hard cash by playing in St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation’s new June Jackpot 50/50 Lottery! With every ticket purchased, you’ll have the chance to win a minimum jackpot of nearly $9,000 and an early bird draw for $1,000, too! Previous … Read More

Our Foundation is (Temporarily) Moving To Make Way for Office Renovations

Monday, May 16, 2022

Our Foundation is (Temporarily) Moving To Make Way for Office Renovations Our Foundation is undergoing renovations to make our offices more accessible for our community of donors and friends. To continue serving you, we’ve temporarily moved our office to 225 James St. S. – the portable building across the street from our Foundation. Please note, … Read More

Anneliese Lawton takes a selfie with her three children. There is a white heading on a blue background that says, "Anneliese's story: A Mother's Journey From the Depths of Postpartum Depression to Recovery"

A Mother’s Journey From the Depths of Postpartum Depression to Recovery

Thursday, May 12, 2022

A Mother’s Journey From the Depths of Postpartum Depression to Recovery Anneliese Lawton, a Burlington-based mom of three and mental health advocate, is lacing up her sneakers on May 14 to give back to the Hospital that supported her journey to recovery from the depths of postpartum depression. A patient of our Women’s Health Concerns … Read More

St. Joe's Surgeons Perform Canada’s First Fully Robotic Esophagectomy. A photo of Dr. Waël Hanna in front of the surgical robot used for the procedure.

St. Joe’s Surgeons Perform Canada’s First Fully Robotic Esophagectomy

Friday, April 29, 2022

St. Joe’s Surgeons Perform Canada’s First Fully Robotic Esophagectomy April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, but this is not your average disease awareness story. With a new, fully robotic approach, thoracic surgeons at St. Joe’s have changed the way that esophageal cancer surgeries are performed. It’s the most significant advancement in surgery for esophageal cancer … Read More

A photo of the start line of the Paris to Ancaster 20km ride. A woman in a pink jackpot waves as she rides by on her bike.

Paris to Ancaster: A Ride for Research Helps to Pedal Medical Innovation Forward

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Paris to Ancaster: A Ride for Research Helps to Pedal Medical Innovation Forward They rode. They conquered. They got really muddy. And many of them chose to support St. Joe’s. We are so grateful to all who participated, raised funds and donated through this year’s Paris to Ancaster bike race supporting health research at our … Read More

100 Donations for 100 Kilometres.

Going the Lung-Haul: St. Joe’s Surgeon & Clinician-Researchers to Ride 100 kms in Hopes of Attracting 100 Donations in Paris to Ancaster

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Going the Lung-Haul: St. Joe’s Surgeon & Clinician-Researchers to Ride 100 kms in Hopes of Attracting 100 Donations in Paris to Ancaster Three respiratory health specialists at St. Joe’s have teamed up to complete the upcoming Paris to Ancaster (P2A) Bike Race – and you could say they’re in it for the lung-haul. For nearly … Read More