The Get Your Life Back Campaign
Support the Campaign for the new West Park
A world-class hospital, with world-class programs, needs the facilities to match. The Get Your Life Back Campaign will help transform the West Park campus, bringing the very best in rehabilitative care to Ontario with an eye to meeting the needs of patients for decades to come.
This ambitious, $80 million capital campaign – the largest fundraising endeavor in the history of West Park– is part of the community’s “local share” contribution to help build and equip the new hospital, as required by the Ontario government.
The Campaign will ensure that the new hospital is a leading-edge facility, a match for the courage of our patients and the commitment of our staff. Phase 1 of the Campaign will raise $50 million by 2023, the expected completion date of the facility. Over the next 30 years, the Foundation will provide an additional $30 million in support to the new hospital.
We are seeking the support of our community to help us reach our goal.
When you give to the Get Your Life Back Campaign, you will be helping to set a new standard in patient care.
You will advance research and education in fields that are growing in necessity as the population ages, including amputee rehabilitation, respiratory rehabilitation and spasticity management.
You will help keep people out of acute care, and in their own homes.
Most importantly, when you support the Campaign you will be helping people facing some of life’s most enormous health challenges to get back to their lives, their families and doing what they love most.
For more information on how you can support the Get Your Life Back Campaign, please contact Joanne Cole, Chief Executive Officer, at email@example.com or 416-243-3787.
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Get Your Life Back Campaign
PHASE 1 FUNDRAISING GOAL
We are well on our way to meeting our Phase 1 goal of $50 million, but we still need your help.
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