12 Days of Giving 2017

Read our 12 feature Grateful Patient storiesLearn about our 12 featured pieces of patient equipment


Each year, Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS) staff, physicians and management identify new and replacement pieces of medical equipment that are required for purchase.

It is estimated that over $25 million will be needed by the BCHS to support critical patient equipment over the next five years.

It is through the generosity of our many wonderful donors, like you, that the BCHS Foundation has been able to help fund the purchase of critical pieces of equipment to support our healthcare system.

In light of the current financial challenges being faced by the BCHS, your donor dollars are more important now than ever.

The equipment purchased with donor dollars isn’t ‘nice to have’ – it is essential, much-needed equipment required to diagnose and care for our patients. Funding for this equipment is not provided by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, but rather from generous corporations, foundations and individuals who care to maintain and improve our community’s health.

This holiday season, help us reach out to our whole community and give a gift that could save a life by being part of our 12 Days of Giving. Starting December 1st, the BCHS Foundation will be sharing a different story each day for 12 days in The Expositor, reflecting on a patient or caregiver’s experience and highlighting the essential pieces of patient equipment that are urgently needed to support our healthcare system.

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For more information on how you can make a donation or offer your support to the 12 Days of Giving campaign, please contact the BCHS Foundation at 519-751-5510 or by email at foundation@bchsys.org

NOW is the time to make a difference, please consider making a gift today that is meaningful to you, and support a strong healthcare system for our community.

Thank you to our many generous sponsors!




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