Designed to provide financial assistance for education, prevention and treatment initiatives regarding cardiovascular disease and related chronic illnesses affecting Cumberland County residents.
To assist with the cost of educational training for employees of the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre who resides in Cumberland, who because of financial need, might not otherwise be able to enhance or upgrade their skills.
Provides financial assistance for the ongoing maintenance and development of this special courtyard garden located near the CRHCC Auxiliary Café.
Cumberland Cancer Assistance has been designed to provide a helping hand when all other avenues of funding have been explored and/or exhausted for Cumberland County residents fighting cancer. Donations may help to fund transportation for treatment, food and nutritional assistance, and other areas as identified by the Cancer Patient Navigator as being required to maintain the health of the cancer patient.
An innovative program designed to assist the NSHA in addressing anticipated human resource shortages in various health care professions in the upcoming years and to encourage Cumberland County's young people to return to live and work in Cumberland following graduation from post-secondary training.
To provide funding, not otherwise available, for continuing diagnostic imaging education (restricted to staff members of the Diagnostic Imaging Department located at the CRHCC).
An endowment establishes a permanent fund, which provides perpetual, annual support for the Cumberland Health Care Foundation. Your gift to establish an endowment creates a lasting legacy in your name or the name of someone you wish to honour.
Designed to provide funding for replacement and/or new equipment at the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre.
The highlight of this fund is its ability to provide funding where it is needed most. Usage of the fund is directed by the Foundation's Board of Directors.
Donations to the Volunteer Fund allow the Foundation to continue to support a county-wide hospital and healthcare volunteer program. Volunteers are utilized for friendly patient visiting and hospital visitor information as well as for assisting public health, mental health, and palliative care activities during the year.
Make a donation of $20 or more in honour of one of our staff members we will present them with a lovely pin and a card in recognition of their outstanding service. Your gift will be a "thank you" and will help with caring for current and future patients.
Funds are used to support programming, service and equipment costs related to the Intensive Care Unit at the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre.
Light the Way is a meaningful way to recognize those special to us, provide joy to those who must remain in hospital over the holidays, and help the Foundation purchase needed equipment for our hospital.
From prenatal care and welcoming newborn babies to caring for children of all ages, the Maternity/Child Unit of the CRHCC works with families to provide superior care to our youngest patients.
Donations to the Mental Health Fund supports programming related to the prevention, treatment and client support activities provided through Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) Mental Health and Addiction Services that would not otherwise be funded. Examples include funding for autism initiatives, adolescent youth programs, outreach services, and the Working Together Program.
The Clubhouse Model offers community rehabilitation of persons with severely disabling psychiatric illnesses. Donations enable this model to be delivered by CHA Mental Health Services and assists patients with being able to receive treatment (transportation).
The Palliative Care Fund has been designed to provide funding for the county-wide Palliative Care Program operated under the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) Northern Zone. It funds such things as equipment, services, training, “last” ambulance service for patients coming to or leaving hospital, refreshments for families waiting bedside with their dying loved one, and a variety of other items required to enhance Palliative Care services for patients and their families.
A healing garden was constructed at the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre at the bequest of the late Holly L. Spicer.
Provides a plush animal friend for a child who must remain overnight in the maternal/child unit of the CRHCC or for children receiving treatments in other departments where the comfort of a plush animal would be beneficial.
Supports programming, initiatives and service costs related to the health of children and youth in Cumberland County through Mental Health and Addictions.