It takes all of us, working together, to fight for women’s health equity, and move women from invisible to invincible. At the BC Women’s Health Foundation we are committed to letting our supporters know about the impact your donations are making.
In this Impact Report: Spring Edition 2021, you will find stories like the therapeutic marvel of music for premature infants, the new sacred wellness space supporting families in recovery, and how the research of award-winning Ph.D. student, Ismalia De Sousa, is changing the way young female stroke survivors receive healthcare support. You will hear from community partners such as team members from Shoppers Drug Mart®, and Melanie Auld of Melanie Auld Jewelry, who go above and beyond to advocate for women’s health. Plus, our new Facts + Funds section shines a spotlight on five healthcare challenges women are currently facing and five corresponding funds that give you the chance to be part of real solutions to address healthcare inequity.
The inspiring achievements shared in this report are credited in a large part to the generosity of donors and supporters like you who are making a difference in the lives of women, infants, and families throughout BC.
Thank you for bringing us one step closer to healthy women everywhere, capable of anything.
Give today and make a direct impact on improving women’s health in BC.
BC Women’s Health Foundation is BC’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the full spectrum of women’s health. The information shared is intended to educate, inform, and point readers to credible sources. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice.
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