Representatives from SC Johnson, The Foundation and Hamilton Health Sciences in front of the SC Johnson Medical Diagnostic Unit pin lettering.

Hospital Unit Renamed in Honour of SC Johnson

HAMILTON, ON: In recognition of SC Johnson’s nearly 30 years of support and more than $1.2 million donated to Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre Foundation, the Medical Diagnostic Unit at Juravinski Hospital was renamed the “SC Johnson Medical Diagnostic Unit” on November 7. Read more

Members of team Buck Teeth standing in front of the barn.

Inaugural Illuminight Exceeds Fundraising Goal

HAMILTON, ON: The inaugural Illuminight raised $177,800 (and counting), which exceeded the $150,000 fundraising goal.

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VISUS Eyewear Joins Care4 Program

VISUS Eyewear is the newest member of the Care4 cause marketing program. As part of our partnership, VISUS is offering VIP gift cards, while supporting The Foundation. Read more

A photo of the new Wellness Courtyard

A Specialized Courtyard for Pediatric Mental Health

HAMILTON, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation celebrated the opening of the Wellness Courtyard at McMaster Children’s Hospital on October 16, which will benefit pediatric mental health patients by enhancing the clinical care they receive. Read more

Mary Beth Toth and Rob Baboth

A Breath of Fresh Air for Mental Health

Opening this autumn, a new space at McMaster Children’s Hospital will benefit pediatric mental health patients. Read more

Dr. Kara Schnarr holding a custom-moulded mask.

Targeting Cancer with Radiation Therapy

“There are many misconceptions about radiation therapy, but it is an important component of treatment for many cancer patients,” says Dr. Kara Schnarr, Radiation Oncologist at Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre. Read more

Warren Morrison smiling

A Gaming Guild

Warren Morrison is on a mission. As a member of Hamilton’s Extra Life Guild, his goal is to increase awareness and recruit gamers to fundraise for McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation. Read more

Walter Craig in his office

Walking the Path

A diagnosis of cancer was the last thing he expected. Read more

Amanda and Olive

A Baseball-Sized Brain Tumour

Olive was vomiting with alarming regularity. The five-year-old from St. David’s began complaining about pain in her eyes and she was uncharacteristically lethargic. Read more

Palliative care patient with caregiver

Caring About End-of-Life

The final days of someone’s life are as important as any other milestone. Read more