Fundraising Priorities

With the support of a giving community, St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation invests in health care innovation and discovery that would otherwise not be possible. You can help us fund medical research and purchase vital patient care equipment that leads to better patient care outcomes.

There are more than 900,000 outpatient/outreach visits and 23,000 performed surgeries at St. Joseph's every year. We also care for more than 1,000 inpatients in long term and rehabilitative care.

You can help St. Joseph's tackle the greatest health challenges of our time. Your support will fuel the type of change that our publicly funded system cannot support alone.

Support the Highest Priority Needs
Your donation means funding will be available where it's needed, when it's needed most.
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Support Breast Care

From screening and diagnostics to surgery and treatment, the Breast Care Program offers patients and families hope rooted in compassionate care.
Doctor performing eye exam on patient

Support Eye Care

The Ivey Eye Institute is the main referral centre for eye disease in Western Ontario, helping people in our region preserve or regain their eyesight.
Dr. George Athwal wearing a HoloLens2 headset, viewing a hologram of a shoulder joint

Support Hand and Upper Limb Care

The Roth McFarlane Hand and Upper Limb Centre (HULC) provides specialized orthopedic care for patients in our region, from diagnosis to surgical and rehabilitative treatment.
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Support Mental Health Care

St. Joseph's Mental Health Care Program helps people build resiliency and coping skills, giving them the confidence to live within their illness.
physician using surgical equipment

Support Urological Care

The Urology Program at St. Joseph's is a world renowned facility for the treatment of prostate, kidney stones and other diseases of the urinary tract.
Veteran holding war metals in hands

Support Veterans Care

St. Joseph's Veterans Care Program provides long-term care for Veterans and outpatient services for men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces.
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