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Walk Green 2019 in Scarborough, ON

Ended  5 years ago
Aug 10, 2019

BAPS Charities Walk Green 2019 in Scarborough, ON is an event to raise funds to support the life-saving work of the William Osler Health System, Scarborough Health Network Foundation and various charitable activities organized by BAPS Charities. William Osler Health System (Osler), one of...

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My Supporters

Name Pledge Amount Comments Date
Pravina Waghela $20.00 CAD Aug 10, 2019
Jignesh Patel $20.00 CAD Aug 10, 2019
Rinku Patel $20.00 CAD Aug 10, 2019
Falguni Patel $20.00 CAD Aug 10, 2019
Jayaranee Ratnakumar $20.00 CAD Aug 10, 2019
Sejal Patel $40.00 CAD Aug 10, 2019
Anonymous $20.00 CAD Aug 9, 2019
Shetal Shah $500.00 CAD Aug 3, 2019
Ajay Jariwala $101.00 CAD Jun 6, 2019
Gary A Roulston $300.00 CAD Jun 4, 2019

Supporting:

Scarborough Health Network Foundation

Scarborough Health Network Foundation

Situated in one of the most diverse communities in Canada, Scarborough Health Network Foundation (formerly Scarborough and Rouge Hospital Foundation) inspires the support necessary to improve patients’ lives through exceptional care across Scarborough Health Network’s three hospitals and eight satellite sites. Since its inception, the Foundation has worked with generous donors, volunteers and community members to raise funds needed to build state-of-the-art infrastructure and purchase the latest medical technology, shaping the future of care and supporting the SHN’s vision to be Canada’s leading community teaching health network.

Learn more: https://shnfoundation.ca/

William Osler Health System

William Osler Health System

William Osler Health System (Osler), one of the largest community health care systems in the country, serves a diverse and growing population of 1.3 million people, and is comprised of three integrated hospitals; Brampton Civic Hospital, Etobicoke General Hospital and the newly opened Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness. Together the three hospitals deliver high-quality, forward-thinking health care that respects the traditions, religion, and culture of all patients and families they serve. Osler is leading the way when it comes to innovative patient care with a deliberate shift in focus from illness to wellness. There are new patient-centered services for people with chronic disease, mental illness and enhanced programs for seniors, adolescents, and women and children. Osler’s surgical program is one of the biggest and most advanced among community hospitals in the province, with growing expertise in cardiovascular, vascular and breast cancer surgery. Osler is also beyond its borders through its Global Health Program, the only one of its kind in the country, to learn and contribute on a global scale. Over 2,000 patients are cared for every day at Osler, that means, over 743,000 patients are seen each year. The Emergency Departments at Etobicoke General and Brampton Civic, are the busiest in the country serving over 215,000 patients each year. Osler’s labour and delivery program is also the largest in the province, welcoming over 7,500 babies into the world each year. William Osler Health System Foundation (Osler Foundation) is the fundraising arm for Osler. Its mission is building and fostering relationships in order to support Osler’s capital, education and research priorities. Osler Foundation is in year six of a 10-year $100 million “You Have the Power campaign” driving to build and bring innovation in the best care for the Community.

Learn more: http://www.williamoslerhs.ca/