Twenty-five brand new wheelchairs have been rolled into Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, thanks to the generosity of the Orillia and area community. Through its successful 2018 Giving Tuesday campaign, the OSMH Foundation saw more than $25,000 in donations come through the door, including a generous match gift from Subaru of Orillia. The campaign, which ran […]
Corporate giving is a fantastic way to promote your business within the community, rally employees to support a great cause and make a positive impact on your local hospital , all of which will be appreciated by your customers.
There are a number of ways that your business can get involved with OSMH Foundation:
Throughout the year, the OSMH Foundation hosts a number of fundraising events to celebrate our accomplishments, interact with the community, and raise funds for our hospital.
Show your community spirit by sponsoring a special event or other initiative held by the OSMH Foundation. We rely on the generosity of businesses and partners within our community to ensure the success of our events, which help raise much needed funds for equipment and education programs. Our two signature events, the Hawk Ridge Hospital Classic Golf Tournament and the Hospital Gala are among the most anticipated events of the year in Orillia. By sponsoring these, or another one of our events, you can be the difference for the future of healthcare in our community.
For more information on the latest OSMH Foundation events, please visit our Events section.
For more information on how you can sponsor our events, please contact us at 705-325-6464.
With many of our customers living in the Orillia region, we understand firsthand the importance of supporting great healthcare, close to home.
Scotiabank is helping to improve patient care at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). They have made a $20,000 donation to the Hospital, which is their fourth installment of a $100,000 pledge commitment. “Scotiabank in Orillia is truly a generous, community minded business and we could not be more grateful for their ongoing support,” said Mark […]