From the tiniest infants to the elderly, the Victoria Hospitals Foundation is focused on supporting the best possible healthcare for patients.
The Victoria Hospitals Foundation was first formed in 1989 with a mandate to raise funds for Gorge Road Hospital, the Fairfield Health Centre, the Royal Jubilee Hospital and the Victoria General Hospital. Today, the Victoria Hospitals Foundation works closely with the community to raise funds for patient care equipment needs and special projects for Vancouver Island’s two largest and most specialized hospitals — the Royal Jubilee and Victoria General.
Today, the Victoria Hospitals Foundation is working towards achieving a $25 million goal for the new 500-bed Patient Care Centre at the Royal Jubilee Hospital. The campaign, Building Care Together, represents the largest single investment to-date towards improving health care services in the region and funds raised will go towards the best medical equipment and patient support. Of the $25 million, $4 million is required for mental health care equipment – and that’s where the Courtnall Celebrity Classic comes in.