Community Giving 2021 Highlights

  • Jan 27, 2022
Community Giving 2021 Highlights

Leading the way towards a healthier community

In this exceptional year, these are just a few of the many generous gifts we received on behalf of Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Behind each and every one of these donations, there is an act of kindness that we honour. Thank you to all our community partners and donors who supported us in unprecedented ways. We are deeply grateful!

To all our heroes – on the front lines, behind the scenes, and in our community – thank you for your unwavering support in 2021.

  • Thank you all involved in the 4th Annual Coopy’s Classic in honour of Tyler Cooper. The event raised over $6,000 for the Oakville Hospital Foundation and thanks to our friends June and Ian Cockwell for matching every dollar, bringing the grand total to $12,000!

  • The inaugural OMEF Charity Run & Walk raised $1,100 in support of Oakville Hospital Foundation! Thank you to OMEF – Oak Medical Education Foundation and participants. Your donation supports a diverse array of programs across OTMH.

  • Thank you Cobs Bread Third Line for your continued support through your pledge to OTMH. We are so grateful for your loyalty and generosity!

  • On Saturday, May 15th Michael Wilson ran 55km in honour of his dad and raised $40,772.33 for the OTMH Cancer Clinic Pharmacy Expansion Project.

  • Another successful golf tournament held by the St. Joseph’s Ukrainian Church. Thank you for raising over $3,000 dollars in support of Oakville Hospital Foundation. You help us bring quality care to those living in our community.

  • Thank you to The Colborne Guitgang for their support and raising $8,637. We are so grateful to have small communities like you giving back to our community as a whole!

  • Thank you to Chicken Squared for raising funds through your in-store campaign. We are so grateful.

  • Happy last week of school! Joanna Xiong, JCJ and her friends from Abbey Park High School – Yiyi Lu, Enmin Ren, Mengyu Li, and Peiyan Yu visited OTMH to drop off a total of $3,190! The funds will support the Child and Adolescent Mental Health program and will be matched.

  • Thank you to our longtime supporters, Oakville Lions Club, for funding three workstations on wheels! These workstations allow our caregivers to easily access mobile electronic health records from the point-of-care.