Brain Injury Patients Supported by Endowment Gifts

Tears of celebration were shared on February 18 at the Regional Rehabilitation Centre, where a plaque was unveiled dedicating the patient dining room to the memory of Margaret L. Durrant. Margie, as she was called by her friends and family, was a patient in the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Program. She passed away in 2014. Read more

Community Celebrates Individuality and Giving

The International Court System is a non-profit service organization and one of the largest gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual organizations in the world. The local chapter, known as the Imperial Court of the Waterfall Empire, pledged its support to The General’s Hybrid Operating Suite campaign. Read more

Transformational Gift Contributes to World-Class Stroke Program at Hamilton Health Sciences

HAMILTON: Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation is pleased to announce a transformational gift from the Marta and Owen Boris Foundation. Read more

The Dr. William James Deadman Endowment Fund

Dr. William Deadman was a pioneer in the field of forensic medicine and believed in the necessity of continuing education. His family is honouring his commitment in a way that will help forensic pathology students for years to come. Read more

Happy 20th Birthday Riley!

Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation wishes Riley Dunda a happy 20th birthday.  Read more

Inspired Donor Puts Investments to Work

Each year since 2011, Ancaster resident Margaret Davidson has made a donation of securities to Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation in support of the Pain Management Centre at Hamilton General Hospital. Read more

Heather Scott in recovery

Foundation Staffer Goes Bald for the Brain

Heather Scott is a brave woman. For two years, she  lived with the knowledge that a tumour wass slowly growing inside of her brain. Read more



Update: June 2016:  It’s been over two years now since Riley Dunda suffered his stroke. Much has happened since then. Read more

HGH patient Samantha Pickering

Samantha’s Story from Hamilton General

June 5th will always hold special significance for Samantha Pickering. That is the date she almost died, but also the date she now marks with a trip to Hamilton General Hospital to deliver a donation cheque for the Trauma Program.

Following a tragic accident in 2011 that nearly claimed her life, the 23-year-old set her mind to raising funds in support of the Hospital – one bracelet at a time. Read more