January 17, 2023 – Organizers of the Hagersville Rocks Music Festival are once showing their support to the front-line health care workers at West Haldimand General Hospital (WHGH), who have been working day and night since the pandemic began nearly three years ago.
On December 20, 2022, Festival Committee Member Rob Phillips presented the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation (WHHHF) with a $2,500 cheque that will go towards supporting the highest priorities at WHGH. The electrifying music festival, which saw more than 2,000 people in attendance, was held this past July (2022).
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Oh, how sweet it is! This year’s Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign was a tremendous success raising $28,928 for West Haldimand General Hospital (WHGH). The amount is nearly $7,700 more than last year’s Campaign, which raised $21, 236.
“We are absolutely thrilled and amazed by the support the Campaign received this year and we are so grateful for our loyal customers, and extremely hardworking staff for making this such a success,” said Shaun Salverda, owner of the Jarvis and Hagersville Tim Hortons restaurants.
All funds will go towards supporting the highest priorities at WHGH. The campaign was held from September 19th to the 25th.
“Every dollar raised through this campaign ensures that WHGH can continue to provide access to high-quality healthcare close to home,” said Lisa Hostein, Executive Director of the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation. “The strong show of support we have received from our friends at Tim Hortons and our local community really demonstrates how committed they are to making sure we have state of the art medical equipment available to the patients and families that we serve.”
The Hagersville and Jarvis Tim Hortons locations have raised nearly $100,000 in the last seven years for its community hospital.
The Smile Cookie Campaign was launched in 1996 and donates the full $1 price of smile cookies to charities across Canada. Last year alone, the campaign raised $12.2 million.
Tim Hortons in Hagersville and Jarvis and the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation sincerely thank the community for their support in raising these funds in support of WHGH.
Cayuga Mutual Supporting Local Healthcare!
Cayuga Mutual, its employees, and Board of Directors have had a long-standing relationship supporting priority equipment at WHGH.
“Thank you to our healthcare workers for what you’ve done and continue to do, from all of us here at Cayuga Mutual. We love being part of a community that works together to support our local hospitals!”
Pictured: Agents Jaden and Rebecca
Mayor donates $25,000
After almost three years, hundreds were able to cut loose with a bit of glitz and glamour at the ninth annual Mayor’s Gala, and according to Haldimand Mayor Ken Hewitt, raised “well over $100,000.”
Photo left to right: Ken Hewitt, Mayor Haldimand County; Ray Hunsinger, Foundation Board Chair; Julie Richardson, Board Chair, WHGH; Lisa Hostein, Executive Director of the Foundation; Todd Stepanuik, President and CEO of WHGH.
A big thank you to our friends at Timber Mart for their $50,000 gift towards purchasing new equipment and upgrades at West Haldimand General Hospital. The cheque was presented to Lisa Hostein Executive Director of the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation, Ray Hunsinger, Foundation’s Board Chair and Julie Morehouse, Foundation Administrative Assistant by Laird McKeen, Co-owner of Timber Mart.
Thank you to the 100 Women Who Care of Haldimand County for their generous donation of $7,250 to help purchase a new StatSpin centrifuge machine for the hospital’s laboratory. The cheque was presented to Lisa Hostein, Executive Director of the Foundation, and Kim Mullins, Interim President & CEO, by Andrea Personnic and Julie Richardson, Co-Founders of 100 Women Who Care Haldimand.
Thank you to Ontario Power Generation for your generous donation of $10,000.00 to the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation to purchase two non-invasive blood pressure systems for the hospital’s emergency department. The cheque was presented to Lisa Hostein Executive Director of the West Haldimand Hospital and Healthcare Foundation by Shayne Armstrong, Coordinator of Projects and Contracts at OPG.
Donors have shaped West Haldimand General Hospital since its opening in 1964. We are grateful to each and every one of our supporters for the role you play in caring for our community.
Our donors are thanked on our Donor Recognition Wall outside of the Foundation office.
Share Your Story
Do you have a story you would like to share about the care you or one of your loved ones received at WHGH? Please send a note to Lisa Hostein, Executive Director at the Foundation to see how you can spread the word about the Hospital’s impact in our community.