About Our Campaign

Together, We Care, Guelph General Hospital’s most urgent community fundraising project ever, has exceeded its $34 million goal! Thanks to you, we will fund three important projects: expand our Emergency Department and Mental Health services, invest in essential patient care equipment and technology, and expand our Special Care Nursery. Learn how your support matters.

Continued Support Is Essential

At Guelph General Hospital, every piece of equipment used to care for patients is funded by our generous community. Continued support will ensure that our hospital can keep pace with equipment needs and emerging patient care technology.


On March 24th, The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital announced it has exceeded its $34 million Together, We Care fundraising goal. “I am overjoyed to share that together, we raised an unbelievable $37,496,057 in received and pledged funds,” said the Foundation’s CEO, Suzanne Bone. She added, “Close to ten thousand individuals and businesses donated to […]


Guelph General Hospital is celebrating a generous gift of $100,000 from Ted and Neena Kohli in support of the Together, We Care campaign. This is in addition to the recently announced $100,000 gift from their business, Robinson Buick GMC. Mr. and Mrs. Kohli believe the gift to the Hospital is a blessing to them. “Ted […]


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While it still looks like a construction site, a lot of progress has been made in the Special Care Nursery renovations: A lot of work has been done and will continue on the mechanical and electrical rough-ins. Three headwalls (a hospital system that combines electrical and medical gas functions while effectively managing the cords and […]


Every Saturday morning on his way to work, Bruce Barker stops in front of Guelph General, looks up at the floor where he was treated six years ago and feels very lucky. Bruce’s story began just after Christmas 2016, as he and his partner Wendy were driving back from her mother’s. Just after they turned […]