For Kevin Smith, growing up with a single mother who suffered from blindness was a challenge. Kevin’s mother Mary was born blind, but her lack of sight never prevented her from pursuing her goals. Mary came into this world with a fighting spirit, and went on to instill her zest for life in her children.
The healthcare landscape in Canada is changing rapidly. By 2036, the number of people aged 65 and over is set to double, putting increased pressure on physicians and caregivers to provide timely, quality care to their patients. At Providence, our physicians are searching for new and innovative technologies aimed to improve accuracy and efficiency for our patients.
Friends and family came together to curl, have fun and fundraise at the 21st annual O’Reilly Bonspiel to raise an impressive $17,600 (net) for Providence Healthcare!
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, award-winning author and WIPP member Jane Fairburn takes us on a historical journey through The Great Irish Famine of 1845 to 1852. Read on to find out how the Sisters of St. Joseph worked hard to support newly arrived Irish immigrants to Toronto.
A song has the power to be truly transformative. Read on to learn more about how Music Can Heal’s musicians and Sister Gail Fox have been providing therapeutic music services to the patients of Providence.
Thursday, January 31 was a special night of love as both our men and women’s philanthropic groups, MAPP and WIPP, came together to “party with a purpose” at their first EVER combined event!
Providence was featured on the 5:30 pm Global Newscast on Monday January 14, 2019 highlighting the Adult Day Program, in a segment called “Making a Difference” with Susan Hay.
The 10th Annual WIPP Holiday Social was full of cheer as donors and guests caught up with old and new friends, crossed a few names off their holiday shopping lists, and let loose before the holiday season.
Providence Healthcare Foundation
3276 St Clair Avenue East
Toronto, ON, M1L 1W1