Campaigns

Norfolk General Hospital Foundation’s Campaigns support our most expensive needs.

Road to Recovery

Join us as we focus our fundraising where we need it most.  The Norfolk General Hospital Foundation aims to get a lead on pandemic recovery funding as the urgent capital list is continuing to grow.  When the hospital enters recovery we will see an influx of surgeries and procedures that were delayed when our facility was at capacity.  We also expect to see patients who are sicker than before because people have been unable to receive treatment during this unprecedented time.  The foundation needs to significantly increase priority funding and give the hospital the gift of unrestricted funding.  Unrestricted funding allows our healthcare leaders to decide what NGH’s most urgent needs are and direct your gifts to the top priorities in the hospital.

Help Us Help You

Our summer letter campaign will support the top needs at NGH including the upcoming X-ray machine and renovation.

Did we miss you in our mailing?  Call or email Sarah to be added smflowerday@ngh.on.ca or 519-426-0130 ext. 2456

Events

The Foundation Golf Classic is back!

Norfolk General Hospital Foundation is excited to announce the return of their annual golf tournament.

The golf classic will be hosted at the Norfolk Golf and Country Club on Tuesday August 23, 2022.  It will feature 9-holes, cart and lunch or dinner served by Kaley’s on the Course.

“We are very excited to bring back this community favourite.  It will be a fun, contactless day of golf in support of the Norfolk General Hospital Foundation” – Penny Bellhouse, Foundation Executive Director.

Proceeds of the golf tournament will support Norfolk General Hospital’s highest priority needs through the Road to Recovery campaign.

Registration and Sponsorship opportunities are available now.

Third Party Events

The 2022 Big Bass Derby has selected the Norfolk General Hospital Foundation as this year’s charity of choice.  Buy a ticket to this great event to support your community hospital.