Your contribution to the Rocky Health Foundation expresses your commitment to the future of our community, and provides valuable support for healthcare services.
Pay tribute to someone who touched your life in a significant way and realize the great satisfaction of making a commemorative gift.
Remember someone who is deceased, honour someone who is living, perpetuate your family name, or recognize a mentor or friend.
Recognize and thank caregivers for the excellent care that you or a loved one received.
Make a gift in honour of a special caregiver to show your appreciation and ensure continued outstanding medical care for future patients. Your contribution can help provide continuing education scholarships for nursing and medical staff.
Help maintain a healthy community. Make a general contribution to health care through the Rocky Health Foundation.
You can enhance the medical care provided in our community through the generosity of your donations. Your support is essential to sustainable health care.
Planned giving ensures your beliefs live on and your hopes for the future are realized in your absence. If you have not been able to give during your lifetime, planned gifts provide an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy.
Qualified financial advice can ensure the well-being of your family, maximize your tax benefits and make a difference to the health of our community.
You or your group can hold a special fundraising event and donate the proceeds to the Rocky Health Foundation.
Regardless of size, your event can be invaluable to our fundraising efforts and the enhancement of health care services in Rocky Mountain House and surrounding communities.
Please contact us at (403) 847.6641 if you are planning to host a fundraiser.
Volunteers multiply our abilities to raise funds and provide improved health services.
Give back to our community or make a difference to the people around you. Volunteering provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on your existing experience.
To volunteer please contact our Coordinator, Michelle Meatheringham, at (403) 847-6641.
These beautiful stained glass windows were built by a local artisan and are in the healing room and palliative care area at Rocky Hospital.