Events & Fundraisers
Sept. 29, 2020 - VIRTUAL EVENT - The President's Breakfast welcomes members of the community for an hour filled with hope and inspiration.
The Craig Kulig Memorial Fund Masks
Canadian artist Darlene Kulig has created fine art fashion graphic face masks with $10 from each mask donated to the Craig Kulig Memorial Fund supporting Cancer Research at The Ottawa Hospital.
Run for a Reason Raises $130,000!
It was a year of overcoming adversity in light of COVID-19 and supporters of The Ottawa Hospital did just that. The annual Run for a Reason fundraising initiative through Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend went virtual and raised $130,000.
One Time Gift
Make a single gift personally or on behalf of a business and help support the best patient care and research at The Ottawa Hospital.
Support patients all year long by making a monthly donation to The Ottawa Hospital.
Make a donation to mark a special occasion, remember a loved one, or honour a caregiver through our Guardian Angel Program.
Fran Cosper’s long-distance recovery from Guillain Barré Syndrome
Long-distance cyclist Fran Cosper and his friends often biked 120 kms on a Saturday. But that changed a year ago when he woke in the night and couldn’t feel his legs. Doctors at The Ottawa Hospital diagnosed him with Guillain Barré Syndrome.
Long-time volunteer finds himself in a new role during the global pandemic
Mike Soloski is one of the first masked faces you might see upon entering The Ottawa Hospital during the pandemic. His unexpected journey from volunteer to COVID-19 screener is a testament to his desire to make a difference.
Life-changing cancer diagnosis and treatment inspires donor
After trusting The Ottawa Hospital with his health following a prostate cancer diagnosis, George Knight is now trusting the hospital with his support.
“Exemplary” HIV and prostate cancer treatment spanning decades
"Full-person" care and expertise at The Ottawa Hospital helped Lorne Blahut overcome both HIV and prostate cancer.
Canadian armwrestling legend wins championship after arthroscopic surgery
Devon “No Limits” Larratt is a Canadian armwrestling world champion in both the left and right arms. But even champions face injury and hardships. Devon’s led him to experts at The Ottawa Hospital.
Celebrating a “re-birthday” each year since having a cancerous brain tumour removed
Nine years ago, The Ottawa Hospital saved Kimberly Mountain’s life after the discovery of cancerous brain tumour. Today, she’s confident if the cancer comes back, The Ottawa Hospital will be ready to save her again.
Recovered COVID-19 patient will always be grateful for his extraordinary care
Diagnosed with COVID-19, and fearful, Fr. Alex Michalopulos will be forever grateful.