Donate Now

Donate Now

There are many reasons our grateful patients say "thank you" for the exceptional care they receive. Each one is unique and so are the ways they choose to give.

Foundation staff are here to help and happy to discuss any of the following with you:

  • General Donations
  • Memorial Gifts
  • Special Occasion Gifts
  • Special Events
  • Monthly Gifts
  • Gifts in Kind
  • Bequests by Will
  • Gifts of Listed Securities
  • Gifts of Insurance

Every donation makes a difference. Your donations help to purchase essential equipment our doctors, nurses and staff use to provide the highest quality of healthcare, right here in the community.

To learn how you can help, contact us at;

705-328-6146 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fundraise for RMH

Fundraise for RMH

The Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation is very grateful for the dedication and support of its donors and those in the community who choose to host a special event to help the hospital.

Hosting an event is a great way to support a cause that's close to you and have fun at the same time.

Click on the link below to download our planning guide:

Hosting An Event Planning Guide

Getting started

If you’d like to host a special event, please contact the Foundation office, as each idea must be approved prior to the event. Once your event is approved, we'll discuss:

  • the appropriate use the RMHF logo on your materials
  • the eligibility of tax receipts you would like to offer
  • appropriate sponsorship prospects
  • the licensing of gaming events such as lotteries and raffles

For more information, please call us at:

705-328-6146 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Build a Legacy

A Gift in Your Will

What will Your Legacy Be?

Ross Memorial Hospital was originally founded by a donation and it continues to be an exceptional community hospital with the help of caring donors like you. Some give because of a personal experience or because they want to give back, others want to make a difference.

When you choose to give a gift in your will, you are continuing your own legacy of caring. The Foundation is very grateful to be part of this legacy and takes great care to ensure legacy gifts address priority needs while keeping with the wishes of the donor.

Whether you are gathering information, considering a gift in your will or have already begun drafting your will, we will assist you or your advisors in any way that we can.

We will provide you with the information that best meets your situation and goals, such as: areas of need and future projects, sample bequest wording, legacy gift recognition and donor walls, making a gift of life insurance, creating an endowment.

For more information, please contact us at:

705-328-6146 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Gifts in Memory

Gifts in Memory

When we lose someone dear to us, it can be comforting to share stories of happy times, and to remember the things that made our loved ones so special. Often, we want to do something special in their memory.

With the kind cooperation of local funeral homes, the Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation’s memorial giving program allows family and friends to commemorate the lives that have touched them.

When you give a gift to Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation in memory of a loved one, you may choose to direct your gift to one of our programs or campaigns that best reflects the wishes of the individual. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about our current projects.

The Foundation hopes that the memorial giving program assists families, knowing that their kindness will help Ross Memorial continue to respond to local health care needs.

The RMH Foundation gratefully receives hundreds of memorial donations annually. These gifts help us support Ross Memorial Hospital through the purchase of new medical technology, and by improving our patient care facilities.

The Foundation offers its sincere thanks to all who have remembered a loved one through a memorial gift, and also to the area funeral homes who support us by receiving these gifts on our behalf.

Gifts to Celebrate an Occasion

Gifts to Celebrate an Occasion

A celebration gift to the Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation expresses to others how much you care. With a celebration gift, you can recognize a loved one’s birthday, anniversary or milestone event, and benefit the community through enhanced patient care at the Hospital, too!

How it works

Simply make a donation to the Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation, and let us know what you’re celebrating. We will send a special card to your loved one recognizing your contribution in his or her honour. We’ll also issue you a charitable tax receipt and mail it to you with our thanks. Your loved one’s name will also appear on our e-newsletter, our receipt inserts, and in the local newspaper.

Not a traditional occasion? Not a worry! Give us the details, and we’ll be happy to custom design your special card. With celebration giving, you can give the gift of good health. What could be more special than that?

Donor Updates & Inquiries

Donor Updates

It’s our pleasure to provide you with the latest information on our current fundraising campaigns, how your generous donations are helping the hospital to provide the best patient care, and what opportunities are coming soon.

If you’d like regular updates on our ongoing projects, sign up for our e-newsletter.

If you’d like to speak to a member of our staff, we’d be happy to answer your questions or to provide you with further information. Please contact us at;

705-328-6146 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kelly Jones of Rural RootsFor Kelly Jones of Rural Roots Gardens, philanthropy is in her nature – or in her daylilies to be exact. For four years, Jones has hosted a daylily festival as a FUN-raiser for the Ross Memorial Hospital.

The PinfieldsApproaching their 6th anniversary in 2010, Tony and Ethel Pinfield of Lindsay reflected on their good fortune. Grateful for their good health, they delighted in tending to their flower gardens and in spending their days together.

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Letter to the Ross Memorial Hospital 

Dear RMH:

“Recently, I unfortunately, and fortunately, landed in your ER with sore ribs from a tumble I had on the weekend.  At first I thought, "here goes 6 hours of my day sitting in ER".  However, my wife got me into a wheelchair and shoved me through the doors where an elderly gentleman rolled me up to the registration desk where things changed in a big hurry.What seemed to be only minutes later, I had a doctor by my side and I was on a road trip up to the 4th floor.  What I am really trying to say is that over the next 5 days, I met (I’m not going to try and name names so I don’t embarrass myself) the most wonderful, nicest, caring and comforting nurses that I have met in my life.  They took the definition of professional nursing far beyond those two words.  I can’t express my appreciation for what these individuals did for me during my stay.I can’t forget the professionalism and care taken by Dr. McNabb and Dr. Joyce and their teams, all of the support staff, porters, the elderly gentleman who first wheeled me in and the food services staff—I thank all of you!You should be very proud to have individuals like these people on your team caring for the people of our community!

-Rick Pratt, Dunsford

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