Ron Gardner standing next to framed prints.

Place a Bid and Make a Difference

Ron Gardner, the President of Funding Innovation, is grateful for the life-saving care he received at Hamilton General Hospital. Read more

Participants crossing the starting line at MacKids Walk and Wheel. Walk and Wheel logo.

MacKids Walk & Wheel 2019

MacKids Walk & Wheel is the signature fundraising event for McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Banner for the 2019 Gala The Greatest Show featuring a circus performer

The Greatest Show – Gala 2019

Thank you to all who supported The Greatest Show on March 2, 2019, this year’s Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation gala.

Dr. Anthony Chan speaking on a cellphone at his desk

Cancer Care for Children and Youth

Hearing the words “your child has cancer” is every parent’s nightmare. The needs of children with cancer are unique and require specialized care. Read more

Children are led from the starting line of MacKids Walk & Wheel

MacKids Miracle Weekend Raises More Than $235,000

HAMILTON, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation celebrated its annual Miracle Weekend on June 2 and 3. Read more

Ethan Zahn, holding up a photo of him in the hospital, with his family from Niagara Falls

Living Free with Crohn’s Disease

What started as mild digestive discomfort in 2011 kept becoming more painful.

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A group, including LCBO's President, HHSF's President and MacKid Everlee, stand in front of a children's mural

Foundation Celebrates Proceeds from LCBO’s Holiday Campaign

HAMILTON, ON: On April 26, McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation celebrated the more than $533,000 raised to support key children’s health programs through LCBO’s December 2017 Giving Back In Our Community fundraising campaign. Read more

Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation logo

New Foundation Office

On May 1, Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation moved to its new office space on the seventh floor of the Commerce Place building at 1 King St. W. The move to Hamilton’s downtown core is bolstering The Foundation’s ability to support outstanding patient care across Hamilton Health Sciences.

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Ozzie wearing a helmet and harness in front of a rock climbing wall

Climbing Onwards and Upwards

When Ozzie celebrated his second birthday and was not walking yet, his mother Erin knew something was wrong. Read more

Stephanie and Deb stand together in the third-floor oncology clinic

A Renovated Pharmacy for Cancer Patients

McMaster Children’s Hospital is home to the only Pediatric Cancer Program in south-central Ontario and cares for more than 800 cancer patients annually, with more than 100 new patients diagnosed each year. Read more