Jason’s No Frills is helping Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital improve care for children. Proceeds from their annual Point of Sale campaign will be going towards the Hospital’s Outpatient Paediatric Project. “We’re so thankful to have the ongoing support of outstanding community partners like Jason’s No Frills,” said Nicole Kraftscik, Senior Development Officer. “We’re one step […]
What better way to give back to our community than investing in better equipment for our hospital.
Recognizing Your Contributions
The OSMH Foundation is proud to recognize the contributions of all our donors. We celebrate all gifts, according to your contribution level and personal wishes. All recognition is cumulative over the lifetime of the donor. We also honour your right to remain anonymous, if you so choose.
We recognize and appreciate our friends annually through:
The Donor Wall of Honour
The Wall of Honour is situated in the main hallway across from the chapel. All donors who have cumulatively donated $5,000 or more are placed on the wall. As a donor's giving increases over time, their plaque is moved further up the donor wall.
|Millennium Founder||$1 million+|
|Founder||$500,000 to $999,999|
|Partner||$250,000 to $499,999|
|Benefactor||$100,000 to $249,999|
|Patron||$50,000 to $99,999|
|Companion||$25,000 to $49,999|
|Colleague||$10,000 to $24,999|
|Builder||$5,000 to $9,999|
|Friend||$1,000 to $4,999|
|Supporter||$1 to $999|
Those who made a significant donation to the OSMH Foundation may be honoured through the dedication of space in the new and existing parts of the hospital. Naming opportunities are integral to recognizing donors whose generosity has been exceptional, and should therefore reflect the spirit of the gift and honour the donor in permanent and relevant manner.
Oro-Medonte Ward 5 Councillor Scott Jermey’s second annual BBQ in Oro Medonte raised $3,700 in support of Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. The funds, which were donated by attendees of the BBQ on July 7th, will go toward defibrillators at the Hospital. Organizer Scott Jermey said he is very thankful for everyone who came out and […]