Krystal Rioux, Dr. Michael Brown, Helaine Guther-Jamesand Dr. Jessica Waserman from the Mental Health Team pose for a photo

Enabling Mental Health Spaces for Cancer Patients

Proceeds from the inaugural Illuminight fundraiser enabled the creation of a mental health program for cancer patients and their families.

Nurse Navigator Elizabeth Vandesompele, Clinical Manager Kathleen Bell and Senior Technologist Kathie Lock pose for a photo next to hospital equipment.

Celebrating Five Years of Excellence in Breast Cancer Care

In 2019, the CIBC Breast Assessment Centre celebrated five years of being the most comprehensive assessment facility of its type in the region.

Eleanor Churchill smiles for a photo

Standing Strong after a Horrific Fall

Eleanor Churchill was 85 years old when she fell down a flight of stairs in her home.

Clinical Manager Paul Agar with Medical Co-Directors Dr. Jennifer Couturier and Dr. Natasha Johnson pose in front of a poster with faces of children on it.

A Change of Thinking about Eating Disorders

An eating disorder affects every aspect of a person’s well-being. The Pediatric Eating Disorders Program at McMaster Children’s Hospital takes an evidence-based approach to care.

Dr. Mira Goldberg smiles for a photo at the CIBC Breast Assessment Centre

Fellowship Enables Vital Breast Cancer Research

Dr. Mira Goldberg was awarded a Foundation-funded Fellowship, allowing her to embark on a journey of exploration and discovery.

Celebrating the official opening of The Joyce Family Foundation Inpatient Unit.

New Inpatient Unit for World-Class Pediatric Care

The redevelopment of the inpatient unit provides comfortable and welcoming spaces for patient care.

A model heart next to a photo of Carl Gustaw

A Legacy From The Heart

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.

A young girl at a stand selling fresh lemonade.

How Do You Teach Your Children To Be Philanthropic?

Teaching children to be philanthropic can be difficult, particularly with their limited personal financial resources. However, being philanthropic can be extremely gratifying for young people.

Part of a wheelchair with a hand placed on the wheel.

Disabled Beneficiary – Henson Trusts

A Henson Trust is a form of absolute discretionary trust, in which the funds are managed for the disabled individual – usually over the course of their lifetime – without the individual ever having a vested right to the income or capital.