Mallory & David Holmes of Charlee’s Run have been featured in an online story by Global News. The couple, who lost their daughter Charlee hours after birth, are working to […]
To acknowledge and celebrate OSMH nurses for their expertise, professionalism, and dedication to patients at our Hospital, the Foundation hosted a Nurses Week BBQ for all staff in the hospital’s […]
An incredible $57,500 was raised at this year’s Charlee’s Run, benefitting sick children and their families at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). The run, which took place at Couchiching Beach […]
On Wednesday, May 2nd, McDonald’s restaurants in Orillia will once again raise funds for sick children and their families at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). On McHappy Day, one-dollar from […]
Subaru’s Annual “March Break Meltdown” Ski Day at the Heights of Horseshoe raised over $4,300 for Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. All proceeds from ticket sales and the silent auction will […]
The Orillia Best Western Mariposa Inn and Conference Centre’s second annual New Year’s Eve event “80’s Bash” raised $4,494 in benefit of Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). A portion […]
Brenda Udell and her family recently presented a cheque for $3,000 to the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital Foundation. The funds were raised at the 21st annual Bucky’s Best Ball Golf Tournament, held in memory of Jerry ‘Bucky’ Udell, and will go toward the purchase of a vital signs monitor for the hospital’s paediatric/neonatal intensive care unit.
Shoppers Drug Mart stores in Orillia are putting women’s health first through their annual Growing Women’s Health Campaign. They have donated $7,611 in support of women’s health at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH).
An Orillia couple is helping ensure their local hospital can continue delivering excellent patient care. Bill and Donna Shaw have made a $25,000 gift toward equipment and technology at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH).
Orillia’s Mundell family is supporting patient care at Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital with a $30,000 pledge for equipment and technology. “So many of our family, friends and clients use the services of OSMH,” said John Mundell, vice-president, Mundell Funeral Home. “Giving back to an organization that touches so many in our community just made sense.”