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  • What is the the Foundation and the Care Close to Home Campaign?
    The Temiskaming Hospital Foundation was established in 2006 in order to raise funds for the Hospital. In 2016, the Care Close to Home campaign was created in order to raise the $6.5M needed in order to replace aging hospital equipment. All funds raised by the Foundation go towards providing our community with the best possible healthcare close to home.
  • Why now for the Capital Campaign?
    The hospital needs to acquire new patient equipment, replace equipment that is nearing the end of its life cycle and make necessary upgrades to its facility, all to be able to ensure the community of Temiskaming Shores has access to the most up-to-date hospital facilities and services. The hospital has not undertaken a capital campaign of this size since 2006 when, as many people will remember, it ran the successful campaign to acquire its first CT Scanner.
  • Why should I donate to the Capital Campaign?
    This campaign is about people. If you, a member of your family, a neighbour or coworker needs hospital care and services, you want to be sure that Temiskaming Hospital has the latest and most modern standard of medical care available. As a donor to this capital campaign, you will be helping the hospital to continue to provide quality health care close to home, ensure the recruitment and retention of physicians and professional staff and provide education rotation for healthcare and medical students from the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM). Having modern medical and patient care equipment also supports the board’s direction to bring into the hospital space more services like ambulatory care, palliative care and rehabilitation for patients coming back from North Bay and Sudbury post stroke and orthopaedic surgery, to name a few.
  • Does the government provide funding for the Temiskaming Hospital?
    No, the government does not fund the Temiskaming Hospital for patient care equipment. Hospitals in Ontario receive funding to cover their day-to-day operations from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care; however, the hospital is accountable to develop fundraising campaigns for patient care equipment, infrastructure renewal and facility upgrades.
  • Why does the hospital need to raise funds from the community?
    The hospital is accountable to develop fundraising campaigns for patient care equipment, infrastructure renewal and facility upgrades. To make a successful fundraising campaign takes time and dedication from our volunteers, community support is vital to keep health care close to home. The Temiskaming Hospital has launched this capital fundraising campaign and reaching out to the community for financial support and participation.
  • How are funds raised?
    Funds are raised through major gift solicitations, special events, and grants. A series of fundraising events are held throughout the year to raise funds for hospital equipment. We are very grateful to have the support of our community; countless support from individuals, businesses, services clubs, churches, and other organizations provide majority of our funding. Donations are made in various forms, for examples, in memoriam, in honor, legacy, and bequests. Thank you once again for the generous support of all those who have contributed to the Temiskaming Hospital Foundation.
  • How does the foundation determine which pieces of equipment are funded?
    Each year, the Temiskaming Hospital Foundation receives a list of priority medical equipment needs from the Temiskaming Hospital. The Hospital conducts an extensive capital planning process involving our healthcare professionals and key stakeholders who prioritize equipment needs for the hospital. The prioritized list is reviewed with the Foundation and from there, as funds are raised, pieces of equipment are purchases.
  • How can I donate to the campaign?
    You can make a one-time donation or a multi-year pledge to the campaign. We want to ensure that every donor who wants to support the ‘Care Close to Home’ capital campaign is able to do so through the following options: We accept donation by cash, cheque, money order or credit card. 1- ONLINE: 2- PHONE: 705-647-8121 3- MAIL or IN PERSON: 421 Shepherdson Road,New Liskeard, ON, P0J 1P0
  • Is it safe to make an online donation?
    Yes. The Temiskaming Hospital Foundation uses industry-leading technology to keep your personal information secure. The Foundation helps to protect your information by working with partners that provide a secure and safe environment for credit card donations. The Foundation website also uses industry standard security measures to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information you provide on this site. All information is stored in a secure database. Your credit card information will never be saved on our site.
  • Can I cancel my donation?
    Please understand that one-time donations cannot be cancelled; however, you may end or change the amount of a multi-year pledge that you have made to the campaign.
  • Does the foundation issue charitable tax receipts?
    Yes. The Temiskaming Hospital Foundation is a registered charity. Our registration number is 85131 5721 RR0001 Tax receipts are issued accordingly for every donation received by the Foundation.
  • How will donations to the campaign be recognized?
    The Temiskaming Hospital Foundation is extremely grateful for our community and all our supporters. We are forever indebted to those who have had such an impact on our community. Contributions to the Foundation are recognized accordingly. We are currently working on a Donor Recognition Display for our hospital. The Foundation offers recognition to all its donors. Recognition is based on the level of the gift.
  • Where is the foundation located and what are its hours of operation?
    The Foundation is located in Room 203, next to the Gift Shop. The hours of operations are Monday-Wednesday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
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