Donors save and change lives.

See the stories of families whose lives have been changed forever because of donor funded equipment, programs and research.

Saving lives thanks to cutting edge research at BC Women's.

Every single day, young women die from cervical cancer. This cancer is almost entirely preventable. The groundbreaking work of Dr. Ogilvie – a world-renowned expert in HPV – has already begun to influence global policy on cervical cancer prevention. Caring donors, like you, are making the road to eradication possible.

MAC AIDS Fund continues to help women living with HIV/AIDS actively connect and share

Having a woman-only space to discuss difficult topics is critically important for many women living with HIV/AIDS. Thanks to MAC AIDS Fund, Oak Tree will continue to actively engage women living with HIV/AIDS through their Peer Support Group Program.

Thanks to RBC Foundation's latest gift towards a BrainZ Monitor, children like Savannah are thriving.

“Nobody thinks their baby will end up very sick but if you do have to go through this experience, you are at the very best place you could possibly be. Without this hospital, we would not have our daughter with us today” - Michelle, grateful mother.
Francis

Your donations helped Francis every step of the way.

Born 3 months early. His underdeveloped lungs needed highly specialized equipment simply to breathe. Thanks to support from donors like you the NICU was able to provide Francis with exactly the right equipment throughout his growth and development, precisely when he needed it.

Saving lives thanks to cutting edge research at BC Women's.

Every single day, young women die from cervical cancer. This cancer is almost entirely preventable. The groundbreaking work of Dr. Ogilvie – a world-renowned expert in HPV – has already begun to influence global policy on cervical cancer prevention. Caring donors, like you, are making the road to eradication possible.

MAC AIDS Fund continues to help women living with HIV/AIDS actively connect and share

Having a woman-only space to discuss difficult topics is critically important for many women living with HIV/AIDS. Thanks to MAC AIDS Fund, Oak Tree will continue to actively engage women living with HIV/AIDS through their Peer Support Group Program.