Burnaby Hospital Foundation
3935 Kincaid Street
106819295 RR 0001
To reach the Foundation office call: 604.431.2881
We are located on the 3rd floor of the hospital in room 347, near the volunteer information booth, lotto booth, and the administration offices.
Burnaby Hospital Foundation is open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The office is closed weekends and holidays.
It’s easy to become a monthly donor to Burnaby Hospital Foundation. Making a monthly donation is a simple and effective way to make a big difference to patient care. Plus, donating monthly is easy on your budget, much easier on the environment and easier for us too. That’s because monthly donations help us save on administration, including printing and postage costs.
Yes. Holding an event is a great way to harness the power of a dedicated group. Group fundraisers hosted by people like you help advance the health and vibrancy of the entire community. We can provide all the information you need to host a successful event.
Burnaby Hospital Foundation meets with hospital physicians, administrators and frontline staff to determine where funds will have the greatest impact on patient care. We take our role seriously to ensure that Burnaby Hospital is equipped in every way to advance the health of all generations that will help maintain the vibrancy of the entire community.
Yes, certainly. Although unrestricted donations allow us flexibility to meet emergent demands, many donors wish to direct their gifts according to their personal preferences. We welcome you to contact our office so we can put you in touch with the information you need to make your decision.
It’s complicated. Did you know that there isn’t a BC hospital that is fully government-funded? Modest government funding is nowhere near enough to satisfy good health-care levels. Hospitals are expensive to operate but crucial for our medically necessary services.
Donations fund up to half the cost of Burnaby Hospital’s new medical equipment. In fact, since 2002 our donors have given well over $20 million to purchase new equipment and upgrades for the hospital. And that doesn’t include the dollars raised for clinical education, hospital programs or community-wellness initiatives, which also rely on donations to exist.