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Thank you for thinking of Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation as you plan a fundraising event in support of the hospital. In addition to raising awareness of the hospital in your community, your support helps put essential tools into the hands of our surgeons, nurses, physicians and all Cambridge Memorial Hospital staff.

When you support the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation, you are joining a dedicated and passionate community of supporters who believe in a healthier future for everyone.

Your support makes it possible to acquire new life-saving equipment, expand clinical services to our community, continue education and continue to develop our infrastructure at Cambridge Memorial Hospital.

Be inspired by these fun events run by amazing community members in support of their hospital.

For more information please contact:

Katie Mcmullen
[email protected]
519-621-2333 ext. 2442

We are excited to announce that the second annual Gaslight Charity Car Show will be back September 15th, 2024.

Thank you to Daniel Klein for organizing this event in support of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation. This year, he is looking to build on his success and raise $20,000 in support of priority equipment for CMH.

Daniel is a local teen who is combining his love of cars to make an impact in his community,

To make a donation or register a vehicle for this event, please visit the Gaslight Charity Car Show Website.

Wedding Week / 1

March 4, 2024

This is the second year that Wedding Week is supporting CMHF!

Downtown Cambridge welcomes everyone to discover why it's quickly becoming a premier wedding destination, during the 2nd annual Cambridge Wedding Week! Events are happening daily from March 4th to 10th, 2024.

Daniel Klein is a 16 year old who has lived in Cambridge his entire life. As a child, Daniel was prone to pneumonia, and spent a great deal of time in Cambridge Memorial Hospital. His family joked that CMH was like a second home. Now having outgrown this chronic illness, he wants to combine his passion for cars with his gratitude for CMH.

Click here to read Daniel's full story, and to donate.

Your participation in this event will help support The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Pediatric Unit.

When you support The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation, you are joining a dedicated and passionate community of supporters who believe in a healthier future for everyone.

Proceeds from this event will be supporting the Pediatric Unit with a donation made in honor and memory of Jolene Donovan.

Cambridge Community Cricket Club is partnering with Abid Ishmile, Cambridge Boyz and Beehive to present the Annual Softball Cricket Competition.

Proceeds will go to Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation and Grand River Hospital Regional Cancer Care Centre.

Where: The competition will be held at the North Dumfries Conservation Area on Dunbar Road in Cambridge.

When: Sunday September 10, 2023 at 12:00 pm.

There is an entrance fee for teams of 12 players with a minimum donation of $200.

For more information and to register, please contact:

LD Persaud - (519) 574-1830

Mark Chung - (519) 830 2498

Hosted by RTO | ERO District 11 Waterloo Region & Johnson Insurance, the 25th Annual Charity Golf Day will be held at Conestoga Golf & Country Club. Net proceeds will be divided between all three of our hospitals: Cambridge Memorial Hospital, St. Mary’s General Hospital and Grand River Hospital.

* Includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, light lunch, entry into all special events which includes closest to the pins, putting contest, closest to the keg/turkey, holes-in-one, BBQ dinner after. Each registrant will receive a gift card to one of our fine restaurant sponsors!

“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.

"Squirrel the Bully" addresses the issue of bullying and what can be done by children to stand up against it, as well as illustrating the importance of celebrating difference. It also speaks to the fact that keeping quiet in the face of bullying when not directed at you is not good.

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