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Philanthropy officer April Grindheim shares why planned giving matters and how you can leave your own legacy for your community for generations to come
Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer LLP sponsors wellness program that encourages self-care to help palliative staff provide patients with the best care possible at the Edmonton General
Inspired by his late daughter's giving nature and the compassionate end-of-life care she received at the Grey Nuns hospital, Tiberio Goulart makes memorial donation through the Crane Fund for Widows and Children
Support from Covenant Foundation donors helps provide rewarding virtual experiences for continuing care residents at the Edmonton General
Donor-funded Koven Doppler machine enables clinicians to make timely, data-informed decisions to help patients heal faster
Linda Ellefson's gift of flowers for long-term care residents celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Day wins a $500 grant for Covenant Foundation
Royal Canadian Legion Robertson Memorial Branch No. 17 funds three recliner chairs, giving the gift of comfort and peace of mind for patients and residents, including veterans, and their loved ones visiting or staying overnight at St. Joseph's Home
Proceeds from the Jan. 25-27 Oilers 50/50 will go to 39 hospital foundations like us to support Operation Frontline Impact and help frontline healthcare workers at hospitals across Oil Country.
Longtime Banff resident Joe Switzer helps to transform health care for Bow Valley residents and visitors with generous estate gift that will enhance emergency and palliative care at Covenant's Banff Mineral Springs Hospital
Sandra Schmirler Foundation funds two ultrasounds for the neonatal intensive care units at the Grey Nuns and Misericordia hospitals to help equip care teams and provide the best outcomes for critically ill newborns
The Dianne and Irving Kipnes Foundation contributes $150,000 for breast cancer treatment at the Misericordia to help patients like Heidi Hadubiak receive leading-edge care
Thanks to you, we're making a tremendous difference for patients, residents and their families at a time when they're most vulnerable - at their time of greatest need.
Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund donates $500k to the new Misericordia emergency department.
Proceeds from the 50/50 draws for the May 19 and 21 Oilers playoff games went to hospital foundations like us to support Operation Frontline Impact and help frontline healthcare workers at 55 hospitals across Oil Country.
Make your donation go even further to help ensure babies, children and teens have increased access to life-saving healthcare supports in your community. With the Shaw Birdies for Kids campaign, presented by AltaLink, your gift will be matched up to 50%.
Unable to hold their annual client appreciation event this Christmas season, FWBA Architects looked at where the company could make an investment that would have meaning and impact for the clients it serves.
DreamLife Lottery proceeds help purchase specialized state-of-the-art equipment critical to giving premature babies the best start possible at Covenant hospitals in Edmonton.
With your help, we're investing in lifesaving state-of-the-art equipment, innovative tools and compassionate care and programs for patients, residents and families in communities across Alberta.
A $40,000 gift made possible through donations to Covenant Foundation has been used to purchase a new lifesaving dialysis machine in the intensive care unit at Misericordia Community Hospital.
The new Fastpak Verification machine is not only good for patient care and safety, it's also another innovative tool to help achieve efficiencies in health care.