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Grand River Hospital Foundation raises funds to help Grand River Hospital provide exceptional health care.
Operated by a team of staff and governed by a volunteer Board of Governors, the GRH Foundation works closely with Grand River Hospital’s leadership team to understand patient needs. With the support from generous donors and loyal community partnerships, the GRH Foundation raises more than $6 million each year to fund:
- Medical equipment and technology;
- Construction and renovation projects; and
- Local clinical and health research and education.
The commitment to health care in our region ensures that the more than 700,000 Waterloo Wellington residents will continue to have access to the best health care services close to home.
To find out more about how you can support the Grand River Hospital Foundation and to get involved visit www.grhf.org (opens in a new window) or click the green button above.
The gift of your time- volunteering at GRH
GRH is privileged to have nearly 1,000 volunteers who generously give their time to support patient care at the hospital.
You can make a difference in many ways in the lives of patients and families.
Find out more at our volunteer resources page.
New group provides tailored support for women facing mental health and addiction concernsApril 30, 2018
Women managing both a mental health concern as well as an addiction now have help from a new support group that’s started at Grand River Hospital, thanks to donor support from the community.
Record contribution by Grand River Hospital Volunteer Association supports vital medical imaging upgrade for Waterloo Region patientsApril 20, 2018
The Grand River Hospital Volunteer Association has donated a record of $200,000 in net proceeds from its 2017 operations to Grand River Hospital Foundation for its MRI campaign. GRHVA runs the hospital’s retail services including the KW Campus Tim Hortons, gift shops at both campuses and the Freeport general store.
Pilot project links cancer patients to follow-up appointments without having to leave homeApril 3, 2018
Kitchener resident Tom Fulmer is among patients who have benefited from follow-up appointments for prostate cancer treatment from the comfort of their homes.
New Propel program helps children and youth get involved and build lifelong skillsJanuary 31, 2018
Thanks to the support of our community, care providers can refer children and youth to Propel, a new program offered through Grand River Hospital’s mental health program. Propel staff members reach out to community organizations to find a suitable activity for patients as part of their treatment.
From the Grand River Hospital Foundation (opens in a new window)
GRH seeks meal assistant volunteers to support better nutrition for older patientsSeptember 21, 2017
GRH is seeking a few volunteers to support mealtime for older adults in the hospital. The hospital is actively recruiting meal assistant volunteers in its acute care for elders (ACE) unit at the KW Campus.