Thank you to everyone who made our Gala a success!

On Saturday, February 27, more than 590 attendees enjoyed an evening of glamour and sophistication at Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation’s New York State of Mind Gala, presented by IBM. The New York-themed event was a tremendous success, raising nearly $420,000 in gross revenue in support of research at Hamilton Health Sciences.

For additional information about the supported research projects, click here.

To view photos from the event, courtesy of Carole & Roy Timm Photography, click here.

The video below was shared with our guests and provides an overview of the research projects being funded from this year’s Gala.

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About Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation
Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation is a registered charitable organization which includes Hamilton General Hospital Foundation, Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre Foundation, McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation, St. Peter’s Hospital Foundation and all of their associated programs. Serving more than 2.3 million residents of Hamilton and south-central Ontario, Hamilton Health Sciences is the second largest hospital group in Ontario, and serves as a regional referral centre for cardiac, stroke, burns, trauma, neurosurgery, pediatrics, digestive diseases, high-risk obstetrics, cancer, orthopedics, geriatrics and rehabilitation services. Through the generosity of our donors, The Foundation funds capital redevelopment projects, purchases medical equipment and technology, and invests in research and education. Our mission is to raise funds and manage donor gifts to support outstanding clinical care and research for the communities served by Hamilton Health Sciences; our goal is Health Care, Transformed.

Media Contact:
Tamara Pope
Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation
Office: 905-521-2100 ext. 43744
Cell: 905-979-0325
popetamara@hhsc.ca

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