Be inspired by these fun events run by amazing community members in support of their hospital.
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RIDE FOR A GREAT CAUSE
Frontline caregivers at Waterloo Region hospitals are giving everything they’ve got to fight the COVID 19 virus and keep our community healthy.
To support their efforts the Waterloo Cycling Club (WCC) is leading a Covid19 fundraising event with a series of virtual rides over the weekend of May 16th & 17th.
Can't ride that weekend? No worries- the event will stay live until the end of May!
100% of all funds raised will go directly toward support for Covid19 in Waterloo Region's hospitals: Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Grand River Hospital, and, St. Mary’s General Hospital.
Our community now has the opportunity to support CMH Staff with the donation of a Galt Juice Immunity Shot!
Every dollar gifted to the program will go towards sending cases of immunity shots which are packed with potent ingredients to strengthen their immune systems, to the teams at local hospitals.
Juices can be donated to CMH Staff starting at only $9.
Cambridge artist Brian Price has come up with a creative way to support our hospital through his art.
He did a water colour painting of Killarney, Ontario and decided to make prints from it and sell them for $35 with $10 from every print sold coming to CMH. If you'd like to purchase a print, you can email [email protected] or reach out to him on Instagram @brianpricedesign
“Hopeful" was written by Dr. Asa Ahimbisibwe, CMH Obstetrician to honour his parents who – in his words – had reckless hope in the power of education and to put a spotlight on the importance of providing education to girls in developing countries. Dr. Ahimbisibwe has set a goal of raising $10,000 for CMHF through his book proceeds.
Dr. Asa Ahimbisibwe could have easily not become a doctor. Growing up in Uganda, Africa, the young professional always had the world pushing against him, but his desire to obtain an education persisted until he found success.
Even though his dream of becoming a medical professional came true, his female family members have not been as fortunate due to the lack of support for women’s health and education in developing countries.
Dr. Ahimbisibwe recently published Hopeful, a book about the challenges of the many children growing up in developing countries who yearn to have an education. Hopeful is an account of
Dr. Ahimbisibwe and his cousin who, born in disadvantaged villages in Uganda, embark on the uphill task of changing their lives, but end up in completely different places
To purchase a copy of Hopeful stop by the Foundation office here at CMH between 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday!