Together, we make it possible.
Our community will receive exceptional
care close to home.

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Why Give?

Having the best tools possible for our staff means good things for our community.

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Get Involved

Share your ideas, time and gifts with us. There are many ways to support your hospital.

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Be Inspired

Be amazed by the generosity that surrounds us.

A Note from Patrick Gaskin
CMH President & CEO

When our new wing opened we didn’t realize how important it would be in helping us manage the challenges that lay ahead for our hospital and community. Equipped with the latest technology, the expansion of our Emergency, ICU, Medicine, Mental Health services and Labour and Delivery departments, allowed CMH to focus on infection control and the safety and comfort of our patients at all times. These enhancements have helped us navigate our new circumstances. Life before the pandemic now seems like a distant memory.

Ongoing Needs

At our new hospital, replacement equipment will require a community investment of approximately $5 million each year.

A witness to
decades of change
and growth

Dr. Mike Lawrie
Retired Physician
Campaign Volunteer
Former CMH Chief of Staff
Legacy donor

Dr Mike Lawrie

Ways to Donate

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One Time

Make a onetime donation to support CMH’s urgent needs or a special program of your choice.

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Monthly

Monthly donations are a year-round reminder of the values you share with your hospital, and of your vision for a better future for our community.

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Other Ways To Give

There are many ways to support your local hospital, we invite you to explore this ‘Ways to Give’ page to learn more about how you can help us to provide the very best in healthcare for your family, friends, and neighbours.

Donations provide support for Alicia, Tom and Cohen.

Last year, long before anyone had imagined a world pandemic, my husband Tom and I experienced a life-changing event. It happened the night that our son was born.

We were very excited, waiting for the arrival of our first child. For the most part everything was normal and going well… until one evening, 30 weeks into my pregnancy.

Alicia, Tom and Cohen

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