St. Joe’s has always kept its Promise to our community to look after their health care needs. This has never mattered more than it does now as we deal with COVID-19.
As we all face COVID-19, we need to pull together —just like the Sisters of St. Joseph did when they founded St. Joe’s to care for our west end almost 100 years ago. We stay true to their Promise by working around the clock to do everything possible to look after our community’s health needs, which have never been greater.
Our west-end community has pulled together before. Just this past year, we celebrated a historic milestone—raising $100 million to build new patient care facilities, modernize spaces and purchase new technology and equipment to improve care across St. Joe’s.
Now we need your help again, more than ever. Our front line care providers come to work every day to look after you, your family, friends and neighbours.
Donate now to support our West End Heroes as they care for those with COVID-19 and the rest of our community who continue to turn to us as they always have.
In light of the recent health restrictions caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus), we have postponed our upcoming events.
Please continue to follow us on social media and here on our website for regular updates.
We want to thank all of our donors and supporters who graciously help us to meet the healthcare needs of our west-end family and friends.
Thank you to all our donors for helping St. Joe’s keep the Promise.
Ours is a Promise without end. With your help, we’ll continue meeting the needs of our west-end family and friends to provide the best health care possible. We will continue caring for this community. Forever. Promise.
The Need is Real
St. Joseph’s Emergency Department receives more than 100,000 visits each year but was built to handle only 60,000. We need your help to make the ED bigger, more efficient and more comfortable for patients.Read the Full Story
“Mom was rushed to St. Joe’s Emergency and her situation was dire; the result of a degenerative neurological condition. We were told to expect the worst. That night, Dr. Ted Rogovein saved her life.” As a way of saying thanks for the care her mother received, Vicki O’Toole made a gift of securities.
Our neighbours are helping improve patient care in the community by getting involved in community committees. From selling greeting cards to organizing fundraisers, there are lots of ways that you can support St. Joe’s