Browse the beautiful work of Laura Cook- local Photographic Artist. For the month of September, Laura will be donating $10 of all print sales to CMH Foundation! Laura is introducing new images to her Cambridge Collection, Natural Beauty, Abstract and City Views portfolios.
For more information please contact:
Development Officer, Events
Second Seating now available from 4:00-6:00pm!
Enjoy a Sunday Lunch on the Lawn in support of Cambridge Memorial Hospital with Langdon Hall's summer picnic experience.Ideal for an intimate afternoon for two, this exclusive event will have a limited number of baskets available and is sure to sell out quickly.
Pick up your picnic basket Sunday, September 27th, between 4:00pm-6:00pm. and delight in a countryside picnic.
During your time at Langdon Hall you will have an opportunity to explore the onsite garden's, orchards and Carolinian forest trails surrounding the beautiful country estate.
Physical distancing guidelines will be implemented with designated dining spots per group marked out.
Orders now closed!
Order your “Cambridge Cupcake” from Sugar Daddies Bakery and help support Cambridge Memorial Hospital!
In celebration of owner Davids birthday, Sugar Daddies Bakery (downtown Galt) will be selling a special favourite cupcake with all proceeds going directly to front line staff at CMH.
Orders can be made all week long beginning at 8pm on April 23, with a pick up day of Saturday, May 2 at their bakery. Cupcakes will be $4.29 each.
The Cambridge Cupcake details:
A chocolate orange cupcake, vanilla-orange cupcake base with chocolate frosting and candied orange peel dipped in chocolate.
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.
Join the Hacking Health Waterloo Team for a discussion with local healthcare leaders from Grand River Hospital, St Mary's, Cambridge Memorial and Ontario West as we ask them how can our Hacking Health Waterloo community help in the COVID-19 pandemic?
We've seen amazing contributions from local companies like InkSmith manufacturing PPE, and grassroots community volunteers sewing gowns and caps. Given the experience and abilities of our group and people who want to help, how can we help?
On Wednesday, April 1st at 8:00 pm, join Mike Farwell of 570 News for a virtual panel discussion with the leaders of Cambridge Memorial, Grand River, and St. Mary’s General hospitals.
In addition to providing an update of their respective readiness, and active response to the COVID-19 outbreak across Waterloo Region, the hospital leaders will field questions from the listening audience.
• Patrick Gaskin, President & CEO Cambridge Memorial Hospital
• Ron Gagnon, President & CEO, Grand River Hospital
• Lee Fairclough , President, St. Mary’s General Hospital
Tune in, Wednesday, April 1st @ 8:00pm
We hope you are able to join in on the discussion and learn more about what our Region is doing to work together.
CMHReveal was truly remarkable. A huge thank you to all involved in making the evening such a success. Sponsors, donors, event attendees, volunteers…this is because of you!
We are thrilled to announce that because of your generosity we were able to raise over $250,000 (with donations still coming in!) for equipment in our new wing.
Thank you to our sponsors!
Thank you for your unwavering support of our hospital.
To view event photos click here
If you are interested in sponsoring CMHReveal 2021 please contact us now to reserve your spot.
A big thank you to everyone that celebrated the #WeCareCMH North Dumfries Campaign on November 15, at the Moonlight and Magic event! A huge round of applause goes to our sponsors, donors, and of course to the amazing North Dumfries Campaign Committee for all of their hard work over the years to spread the message of WeCareCMH.
Because of you, over 2.4 million has been raised within the North Dumfries community towards lifesaving equipment in the new wing of Cambridge Memorial Hospital.