Our Donor Stories
Covenant Foundation is grateful for every generous donor whose contributions change patient lives. Here are some of their inspiring and impactful stories:
The Grey Nun’s Hospital Palliative Care Unit, otherwise known as Unit 43, provides superior end-of-life care to patients like Loma Halaby-Ammar. Some might even say, angels exist there.
Mayor Cathy Heron (pictured), executives and others gathered at Youville Home for an exclusive project preview on April 12, 2018, and to hear about the $1 million we're raising to fund it!
At St. Joseph's Home in Medicine Hat, a palliative patient beloved by the community reaches our to enhance comfort for those that come after her.
Nurses and health care aids at St. Joseph's Auxiliary Hospital in Edmonton have access to scholarship funds for further education thanks to a generous gift from the Chapple Family.
After a long, hard year, the Spilak family gets a boost, the 2017 Caritas DreamLife Lottery grand prize show home winner credits her late husband with the win.
On Saturday, September 24, the talented Bruce Cockburn performed for a full house at the Banff Centre, with proceeds from the concert and post-concert VIP Reception generously supporting programs and services at the Banff Mineral Springs Hospital.
On Friday, September 23, Kendra Scurfield, Sunshine Village Spokesperson, presented a cheque for $5,000 to Covenant Foundation in support of the Banff Mineral Springs Hospital. Richard Leavens and Marlo Reid Gibson, Banff Mineral Springs Hospital Committe
After Covenant Health’s Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre’s bus broke down, nearly 500 residents were left without group transportation to and from various community programs in and around Edmonton.