Our Vision

We support Sechelt Hospital and Sunshine Coast health care services by raising funds and awareness for equipment, facilities, special projects and staff development needs to benefit all Sunshine Coast residents.

Our 2 yr Action Plan

Over the next two years, Sechelt Hospital Foundation will focus on three core areas. We see a community where caring is an action word.

Report to the Community

Read about how donations can make a difference to our community. See our Summer 2022 Report to Community!

Ways to Give

Learn more about leaving a gift in your will

2022 Annual Campaign

Support healthcare on the Sunshine Coast, the best medicine is local!

Why Give?

Every gift makes a difference and stays in our community to support excellence in health care for all Sunshine Coast residents. Donations to Sechelt Hospital Foundation help to:

  • Purchase urgently-needed medical equipment
  • Fund facility upgrades that positively impact patient care
  • Support ongoing education of staff and community

Since 1995, the Sechelt Hospital Foundation, through the support of our donors, has raised and invested more than $21 million in new medical equipment, facility improvements, and staff education.

Ways to Give

Your all important donations go towards supporting Sechelt Hospital and health care needs on the Sunshine Coast.

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Cash donations to Sechelt Hospital Foundation are simple and easy to do.

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A Gift in Memory is a loving and lasting remembrance for a loved one.

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Express appreciation for the services and care received at the Hospital.

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Leave a legacy and make a difference in our community.

Doing good works with great artworks

Artists on the Sunshine Coast have stepped up once again to collaborate with the Sechelt Hospital Foundation on one of its major fundraising efforts, Art of Healing. CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE

Gift Inspired by Other Donors

Jane McOuat Farrer honoured her late husband’s memory at the Sechelt Hospital Foundation offices. Jane donated a significant gift to be dedicated to supporting “what the community needs”: expanded surgical services for procedures close to home and a new building for Mental Health and Substance Use services for the Sunshine Coast.  CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE

Your Gifts in Action

Recent Highlights

  • Supporting early detection is the best defence against cancer. Next month, Sechelt Hospital Foundation and Vancouver Coastal Health are welcoming BC Cancer’s Mobile Mammography Unit to the Coast! The van will be offering breast cancer screenings in Sechelt from December 6 to 9. “Having the......

  • Major donation allows for new medical equipment in Emergency Department and Operating Rooms. Sechelt Hospital welcomes the arrival of two new Belmont Rapid Blood and IV Infusers. Any high trauma or emergency patients will now have access to the “gold standard” of rapid blood and......

  • As the Sunshine Coast population continues to grow, Sechelt Hospital’s Pharmacy department has faced increasing demands for a growing inventory of medications, some of which require proper storage in a freezer.  The hospital pharmacy approached Sechelt Hospital Foundation for a pharmaceutical grade freezer. In early......

  • Join us at the Seaside Centre in Sechelt on June 20th at 2:00pm. Everyone is welcome....

  • We all depend on our hospital’s terrific doctors, nurses and staff who work tirelessly to provide medical and acute care for residents of the Lower Sunshine Coast. Sechelt Hospital Foundation raises funds for critical equipment and special projects to enhance patient care at the hospital......

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  • Sometimes when a patient is unable to be transported, their health care team needs to do an x-ray exam wherever they are in Sechelt Hospital. Last year, over 13,500 x-ray exams were performed on patients at Sechelt Hospital; over 1,000 of those exams required portable x-ray assistance. Medical Imaging......

  • While celebrating the birth of their second child at Sechelt Hospital, Joe and Mandi Marino gazed out the window and across the parking lot to their new store, Marino’s Independent Grocer.  A lot had happened for their young family between September and December of 2021; from......