Your Impact

Read about the impact your donation makes on the health of everyone in our community.
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Four years ago, Ron Partch was hard at work when his life changed.

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Meet Noah. He’s a member of Compass: an Assertive Community Treatment team (ACTT) that provides community mental health outreach in partnership with Michael Garron Hospital’s mental health services.

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When Casey McKinnon, vice president, product at Ecobee heard that hospitals were looking for baby monitors to help medical staff care for COVID-19 patients isolated in negative pressure rooms, he had a light-bulb moment.

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As a volunteer in Michael Garron Hospital’s Stavro Emergency Department, Lina Maiorana had to leave her duties behind when COVID-19 began to spread earlier this year.

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While the way we shop may have changed, our local grocery stores remain a vital part of our community.

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Cameron McCormick never dreamed a family day out at a championship parade would end up with a lengthy hospital stay.

Gillian Irving and Linda Considine, Riverdale Basket Brigade

Gillian Irving and the Riverdale Basket Brigade usually reach out to the community for support before the holidays. But this year, things looked different.

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For the past year we’ve lived with anxiety, disconnection, boredom, stress, depression and then some. This is hard on our mental health. But looking ahead can help balance that out.

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This is Andrew. When you think of frontline healthcare heroes, you probably don't think of security guards. But our Protection Services team is also on the frontlines of patient care.

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We expect to feel grief after losing someone we care about. But what about the feelings that come with other types of loss from COVID-19, like loss of social connection, routines, and normalcy? That’s grief too.