The foundation for a healthier community

Your gifts are truly helping us make a difference in the healthcare of all served by the Brandon Regional Health Centre.

Supporting Brandon Regional Health Centre

Over its 40-year history, the Foundation has raised millions to support healthcare needs in the regional community.

The Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation is committed to raising funds to support healthcare needs in the region.

Donations (cash or securities) to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation help fund a variety of purchases and projects within the community for the benefit of all who are served by the Brandon Regional Health Centre.  Thanks to generous donor support, the Foundation is making a difference!  Your contribution will ensure that funding is in place to meet the growing needs of healthcare in our community.

Giving

Female doctor speaking with young female patient. Patient wears a pink bandana.

Fundraising

A view of the Brandon Regional Health Centre entrance from the northeast

Your Impact

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Thank You for Your Support!

2021/22 Donations to Date (April to September)

Donors Make the Difference

The generous support of our donors allowed us to provide $1,244,982.57 in equipment and program support in 2020.

Two images of a Maple (Re)Leaf installation. One is labeled "Be a part of the change" and the other is labeled "Stand together"

Maple (RE)Leaf in support Mental Health!

Maple (Re)Leaf is a national movement to help end the stigma surrounding mental illness through the power of art and the Board of Directors of the BRHC Foundation is pleased to be part of this initiative.  Charles Patcher, Toronto native artist and Officer of the Order of Canada, has designed the symbolic maple leaf art sculpture.

By visiting maplereleaf.ca, selecting BRHC Foundation from the list of participating foundations, and making a donation according to the levels available (minimum $30), one of these Maple (Re)Leaf sculptures will be planted in an art installation across Canada.

For more information visit maplereleaf.ca or contact our office.