Special Fundraising Appeal Update

During our 20thanniversary year we are asking the community to support us in our fundraising for Strathroy Hospital.  Your gifts enable us to provide much needed financial support for current and long term capital and special projects for patient care, education and innovation.

Last month we mailed out a special fundraising appeal featuring  information about the hospital and current priorities. Dr. Paul Ferner, SMGH Chief of Staff also mailed a new request for donations as part of our Grateful Patient Fundraising Program.

$42,861 has been donated in the past month by 406 individuals who responded to these letters. We are extremely grateful to these donors who have been so generous in their support of Strathroy Hospital in our 20th anniversary year. These gifts will help the hospital to purchase new equipment, fund capital building projects or education and training for hospital staff.

We are now asking those who have considered supporting the hospital, but have not had the opportunity to make their donation, to do so as soon as possible. Your gift of any amount enables the Foundation to continue its work in support of the hospital and plan for the future.

For more information about the projects we’re supporting please visit the current priorities section of our website.

How to Donate

You can donate online or over the phone by calling 519-245-5295 x.5020 or download a donation formand mail it to us at the following address: SMGH Foundation, 395 Carrie St., Strathroy, Ontario, N7G 3J4.


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