Our Community Partners
What's Your Story? Third Party Fundraising Events
Winchester Hospital Heelers
A reception was held on February 9 to thank the Executive Committee of the SD&G International Plowing Match & Rural Expo for their generous donation of $100,000 for WDMH's highest priority needs. The patient/family lounge on the med/surg unit has been renamed in their honour. Read more.
The team at Shoppers Drug Mart in Embrun recently donated $2,922 to the Foundation's Cancer Care Fund. It was part of their Growing Women's Health campaign. Read more.
Thank you to the Dundas County Players for their generous donation of $4,500 from sales of their Calendar Girls calendar. Read more.
Happy 40th Anniversary and thank you to the Morrisburg and District Arts and Craft Association for their donation of $350 - part of ther proceeds from their November sale. Since 1998, the Association has donated $8,800 to the WDMH Foundation!
WDMH is one of only two hospitals in Canada to have a state-of-the-art scope cabinet - thanks to our generous donors. Read more.
The WDMH Love Ball keeps on bouncing, thanks to Nancy Graham and her generous friends, family and colleagues. To date, $3,475 has been raised! Read more.
Giving back! Thank you to Club du Bel âge de Marionville for a recent gift of $1,000 to the general equipment fund in support of WDMH's new AUtomatic Dispensing Cabinets. The Foundation is currently raising funds for this important new technology. Read more.
The Gala giving continues! Thank you to the Winchester Lions Club and Scotiabank for their recent donations in support of Jumpin' & Jivin' for WDMH. Read more.
Thanks to James Taylor for raising more than $700 - just by shaving his beard! Read more.
The WDMH Foundation is honoured to be one of the beneficiaries of the SD&G International Plowing Match Legacy Fund. $100,000 will be used to support WDMH's highest priority needs. Read more.
Thanks to the Shroomfest organizers for another great men's night out in June and another $3,000 for the WDMH Foundation! Read more.
Another great, if cool, day was had by all at the annual Cloverdale Links Golf Classic on June 11th. $7,415 was raised! Read more.
The Shoppers Drug Mart team in Embrun recently donated $2,537, representing donations from its customers as part of the Growing Women's Health campaign. Thank you to everyone! Read more.
Patients in WDMH's Enhanced Managed Care Unit are the sickest in the hospital and need specialized support. Corvinelli Homes has partnered with Scotiabank to donate $5000 to purchase two patient chairs to help in their healing. Read more.
Thanks to the Eastern Ontario Prostate Cancer Awareness Committee and everyone who supported Dare to Flash a Stache last November. The committee raises awareness and funds for both the Winchester District Memorial Hospital and The Ottawa Hospital - more than $161,000 in the last four years!
This year, $9.548.55 was raised for WDMH's cancer navigator program - thank you! Read more.
The 2015 Christmas Wish Tree raised $51,000 for WDMH's highest priority needs. Thank you to everyone who donated in memory or honour of a loved one. And thanks to the Scotiabank branches in Chesterville, Morrisburg, Osgoode, Russell and South Mountain for their support once again this year. Read more.
Thanks to Stephanie McAllister of StPierre-McAllister Appraisals for receently hosting an online Facebook auction for the WDMH Foundation. $1,082 was raised! Read more.
It was smiles all around at this year's Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign. Thank you to our three local stores in Winchester Morrisburg and Long Sault for supporting WDMH Foundation. $10,360 was raised to support the hospital's highest priority needs. Read more.
Special thanks to the Morrisburg and District Arts and Crafts Association for their recent gift from their craft sale at the Legion in Morrisburg. $350 was donated in support of WDMH's highest priority needs. The Association has been supporting WDMH for 18 years! Shown at the presentation ceremony are Kristen Casselman, Foundation Managing Director, Association President Linda Schenck and Dwight Saunders. Thank you!
Special thanks to the Metcalfe Farmers' Market for their recent donation of $345 for our general equipment fund. The funds were raised throughout the season at the market via a corn roast, face painting and performances by guitarist Gord Crowe. Shown at the presentation ceremony are (l-r): Gord Crowe, Amber Payne, Kristen Casselman (WDMH Foundation) and Susan Potter.
The impact of Heel 'n Wheel is already being felt at WDMH. Two new colonoscopes are being used every day as a vital tool in the screening of colorectal cancer. Read more.
600 men = $36,200! Thank you to everyone involved in this year's Shroomfest. WDMH received $3,000 this year. Over the past few years, Shroomfest has donated $22,000 to support local care at WDMH!
Thank you to the four young entrepreneurs who donated the proceeds from their lemonade stand to WMDH. Learn more.
It was a great day of golf, resulting in $7000 for the WDMH Foundaiton! Thank you to the Cloverdale Golf Classic committee, sponsors and golfers for your generous donation. Read more about this golf event.
Thank you to the Winchester High School Reunion committee for a recent donation of $1,600 to be used for WDMH's highest priority needs. Congratulations on a very successful reunion! Read more about this donation.
Thank you to the Metcalfe and District Lions Club and the Morrisburg Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion for their recent donations of $2500 and $5000 respectively. Local service clubs do so much in our community and we thank them for thinking of WDMH and its patients. Read more about these donations.
The Morrisburg Order of the Eastern Star and Morrisburg Temple Holdings Inc. have donated a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their building to the WDMH Foundation. The donation of $40,632.42 will be used for new equipment. Thank you!
A special thank you to the Eastern Ontario Cancer Awareness Committee for their recent gift of $16,150.32 for WDMH's Cancer Navigator program. Over the past three years, the Dare to Flashe a 'Stache has raised more than $142,000 to support cancer programs at both WDMH and The Ottawa Hospital.
Thank you to the Dundas Soil and Crop Improvement Association. They recently donated $500 to the Equipment Fund.
For more information about supporting the hospital by hosting an event, please contact the WDMH Foundation at 613-774-2422 x 6169 or by email at email@example.com.