Your Impact

Read about the impact your donation makes on the health of everyone in our community.
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The Stavro Emergency Department is one of the busiest single-site locations in Ontario, with a new patient arriving every six minutes. Now a new initiative is making sure patients and their families get in and out as quickly as possible—and in comfort.

Heart of the East Community Festival

Thanks to the support of our community, we're one step closer to building state-of-the-art mental health facilities at Michael Garron Hospital.

Mammography team

Every day, more than 70 Canadians are diagnosed with breast cancer. But screening mammography can help find breast cancer before any symptoms develop.

Owners and staff Hollandaise Diner

Besides serving up a variety of mouth-watering eggs benedicts, challah French toast and classic breakfasts, supporting Michael Garron Hospital is just one of the ways Hollandaise Diner is showing the love to its community.

Jordan and Stacey Ison of Toronto Honda/Toronto Kia

Since the early days of their business, the Ison brothers have always been big supporters of the community. Sponsoring the Kick the Stigma tournament and the Heart of the East Community Festival for the second year running just made sense for them.

Diana Arsenyan

Diana Arsenyan is proud to be part of an organization that believes in the importance of supporting its people: professionally and personally

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Whether you’re doing it fulltime, or on top of your other responsibilities, caregiving can take a big toll on your health. Learn how to identify warning signs and what you can do if you’re experiencing burnout.

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While summer brings brighter and warmer days, increased sunlight can also damage your eyes if you’re not careful. Learning how to take proper care of them is the best way to enjoy the summer without jeopardizing your health.

Sarah Bingler, Occupational Therapist

As you age, physical changes and health conditions can make falls more likely. Taking a proactive approach by making necessary adjustments to your home and lifestyle, and speaking with an occupational therapist are the best ways to prevent them.