Your Impact

Read about the impact your donation makes on the health of everyone in our community.
woman standing in front of coffee shop

Grinder Coffee owner Joelle Murrary's fondness for her community, and a reliance on her neighbours to support her business is also what drives her to give back.

Professional Advisor Breakfast room shot

Despite a snowy start to the morning, more than 40 professionals from the community joined us for a hot buffet breakfast and a discussion on medical powers of attorney.

Heart of the East billboard - East York

What you give to the east stays in the east," meaning that when you make a donation to Michael Garron Hospital, you're really making a gift to your entire community.

eyeglasses in front of eye chart

Just like the rest of our body, preventative care is important to keep our eyes healthy throughout our life.

executives pose with shovels in front of HOTE banner

April 25th, 2018 was an incredible day in the history of Michael Garron Hospital, as we broke ground on our campus renewal, and kicked off the $100-million Heart of the East campaign.

Marilyn Francis in her garden

If you ask Marilyn Francis where she spent many of the most enjoyable years early in on her life, she’ll say Michael Garron Hospital.

Sean Healey MGH social worker

When Sean Healey bought his first home in Toronto nine years ago, he wasn’t expecting the close-knit East Toronto neighbourhood he and his family now live in.

Richard & Celena

Community support is helping business at Celena’s, and it's this support that motivates owners Richard and Celena to give back by supporting their community hospital.

MacCharles family and Dr. Atkinson

Mark MacCharles and his partner Stephan knew something wasn't quite right. Their two-month old baby Eric, had been struggling with what Mark and Stephan thought was just the common cold; but things quickly took a turn for the worse.

Lindsay Martinek with bipap ventilator

Thanks to Berna and Myron Garron’s $50-million gift, Michael Garron Hospital has replaced much of its aging ventilation equipment—literally giving the gift of life to some of our most vulnerable patients.