Osler Foundation launches $30 million fundraising campaign

William Osler Health System (Osler) Foundation launched the public phase of the You Have The Power fundraising campaign for Peel Memorial to a packed house including Her Worship, Linda Jeffrey, Mayor of the City of Brampton and the Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet. Members of the Peel Memorial capital campaign cabinet: Top Row – L- R - Manuel Alexandre (Chair, Amigos Portugueses do Peel Memorial), Lois Rice (Honorary Co-Chair, Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet), Councillor Doug Whillans (Brampton City Councillor for Wards 2 and 6), John Cutruzzola (Chairman Inzola Group). Bottom Row – L- R – Jacquie Ritchie (Senior Manager Development, Peel Memorial); Richard Prouse (Partner, Prouse, Dash and Crouch), Maureen Sheahan (VP, Philanthropy, William Osler Health System Foundation), Bill Kanellopoulos (President of Kallo Developments), the Honourable Bill Davis (Honorary Co-Chair, Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet), Bob Peacock (Chair, Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet), Neil Davis (Vice Chair, William Osler Health System Board of Directors).
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William Osler Health System (Osler) Foundation launched the public phase of the You Have The Power fundraising campaign for Peel Memorial to a packed house including Her Worship, Linda Jeffrey, Mayor of the City of Brampton and the Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet. Members of the Peel Memorial capital campaign cabinet: Top Row – L- R – Manuel Alexandre (Chair, Amigos Portugueses do Peel Memorial), Lois Rice (Honorary Co-Chair, Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet), Councillor Doug Whillans (Brampton City Councillor for Wards 2 and 6), John Cutruzzola (Chairman Inzola Group). Bottom Row – L- R – Jacquie Ritchie (Senior Manager Development, Peel Memorial); Richard Prouse (Partner, Prouse, Dash and Crouch), Maureen Sheahan (VP, Philanthropy, William Osler Health System Foundation), Bill Kanellopoulos (President of Kallo Developments), the Honourable Bill Davis (Honorary Co-Chair, Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet), Bob Peacock (Chair, Peel Memorial Campaign Cabinet), Neil Davis (Vice Chair, William Osler Health System Board of Directors).

 

 

William Osler Health System (Osler) Foundation kicked off the public portion of its $30 million fundraising campaign earlier this month for the new Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness (Peel Memorial) at Brampton City Hall.

 

Peel Memorial is a new, state-of-the-art hospital that is currently being constructed in downtown Brampton. Providing complimentary services to Brampton Civic Hospital, Peel Memorial will also offer a range of specialty clinics, day programs and services – from high-tech diagnostics and surgery, to women’s and children’s health.

 

Osler Foundation’s You Have The Power campaign for Peel Memorial features real patients with real stories.

Osler Foundation’s You Have The Power campaign for Peel Memorial features real patients with real stories.

While the government will pay 90 percent of the cost of construction, Osler Foundation must raise $30 million through the community to help complete the construction and to provide 100% of the funds to equip the facility. That represents everything from the waiting room chairs to high-tech diagnostic equipment.

 

As such, it is important that the message get out to the community, both about the new facility and the need for funds. We would really appreciate you covering the launch. To make things easier, we are attaching both a matte story as well as some photos with captions you could utilize. Please see below for the captions.