From ‘Star Doctor’ holiday gifts to department competitions and more, there are many ways for you to support a bright future at Burnaby Hospital.
Introducing Physicians for a Bright Future
Burnaby Hospital Foundation needs your help to transform our community hospital into a state-of-the-art health care campus that will meet the growing needs of your patients and our community for generations to come.
The Foundation is counting on you, our physicians, to lead the way for our Proud History, Bright Future redevelopment campaign, with a goal of raising $1 million by 2024.
We’re proud to have highly skilled and empathetic physicians in our hospital. Your donation in support of the redevelopment of Burnaby Hospital will help show how much you care about your medical team, your patients, and the wellbeing of our community.
Benefits & Recognition
We know know your motivation for giving is personal, and probably not about the recognition. But we’re still proud to honour your commitment to Burnaby Hospital in the following ways:
All gifts receive a tax receipt, plus permanent recognition on a Physician Giving donor wall to be placed in the new Keith & Betty Beedie Pavilion (for gifts of $5,000 or more).
Gala and Star Doctors gifts are recognized in the hospital admitting area holiday display every year from December 1st – 31st.
Receive a Burnaby Hospital Foundation “Proud Supporter” Badge.
For gifts of $5,000 or more, receive a standout “Patchwork” star on the foundation’s cafeteria staff giving wall (coming soon).
Recent News & Celebrations
Physicians Pledge First $100K Toward $1 Million Redevelopment Goal
Led by emergency department physician and MSA president, Dr. Paul Johar, Burnaby Hospital’s doctors are stepping up in support of the aging facility’s redevelopment project.
Orthopedic Surgeons Donate $40k To Bright Future Campaign
Thank you to our orthopedic team for being leaders in philanthropy at Burnaby Hospital.
Twelve ER Physicians Contribute $60k Towards Hospital Redevelopment
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for a facility upgrade.