Charles and Margaret Juravinski have turned the tables on the typical birthday tradition of receiving gifts. Instead, Margaret and Charles, who turned 91 on Nov. 1, chose to give a gift – a new investment of $3 million to support health research through the Juravinski Research Institute.
The Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation’s volunteer Gift Planning Services Committee has a number of expert finance and philanthropy professionals that can guide you along while making these important decisions.
Life insurance can help you change the world.
After getting married (or becoming common-law), familiarize yourself with certain personal income tax changes.
Eileen Akershoek of Welland wanted to say “thank you” in a meaningful way. She’d never forgotten how McMaster Children’s Hospital cared for her family.
A new, donor-funded book is helping to educate ankle-foot orthoses (AFO) users at Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre.
Dan Maloney passed away at age 69 after a nearly 10-year battle with colon cancer. Thanks to a generous donation left in his will, Dan continues to make a vital difference for patients.
Carl Gustaw of Thunder Bay was 46 years old when he suffered from sudden chest pains in 2007. To make matters even more dangerous, he was working on top of a roof when it hit.
It was love at first sight. Charles “Bill” Boxall and Shirley Mae Turner of Hamilton were both 63 years old when they met at a dance in 1996 and began a relationship that spanned nearly two decades. Read more