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.

Highest Priority Needs
Your gift means that funding will be available to address the most pressing needs.
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Highest Priority Needs

Your gift will change a life. When you give to highest priority needs you are making a difference by allowing us to continue to pursue life-changing advances in research, care, and education.
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Combating the Pandemic Together

As the surge of new cases and variants of concern continue to impact our healthcare system, the fight against the coronavirus here in London and across Canada is urgent.
The Possibilities Project

The Possibilities Project

As people complete their stay at Parkwood Institute following a serious injury or illness, they often require medical and mobility equipment and other assistive devices that will enable them to successfully return to life in the community. But even the most basic needs are expensive. For many...
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