Thank you for considering a gift to the St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation to support the delivery of high quality healthcare in our community.

With the support of individuals and organizations throughout our large catchment area, we have developed a variety of ways you can give including: (see below)

For further information about any of our programs, please contact SVMH Foundation at 613-756-3045 ex 333.

Area of Greatest Need

When you give a general donation you are helping to support the equipment priorities that have been set through long  range planning by the non profit healthcare organizations.

Over the next five years, the development of a 2 bed Hospice within the Hospital,  the redevelopment of our nursing home Valley Manor and the enhancement of our Hospital's Emergency Department have all been identified as critical priorities. 

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Memorial Giving

Making an In Memoriam or Tribute donation to the St Francis Memorial Hospital Foundation is a meaningful way to pay tribute to a loved one, friend or neighbour.

Acknowledgement of your gift is sent to the family by way of a Memoriam card.

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Leaving a Gift in Your Will

When you create a planned gift today for the St Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation, you have a personal and profound impact on the future of healthcare in our community.

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Landscape of Life

This beautiful mural is a depiction of the view of Lake Kamaniskeg from our activities room in the hospital from the eye of the artist, Donnie Burchat of Wilno. The elements on the mural are made from the many different types of wood native to this area.

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Valley Manor Building Fund

Having a long term care facility in our backyards is crucial so that we can continue to serve our large senior population, many of whom have very complex needs.

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Tree of Lights Campaign

Purchase a bulb in memory, honour or appreciation of someone special and help light the Tree while supporting the needs of St. Francis Memorial Hospital.

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