Our Partners

Since 2001, Bevy of Hope has developed strong partnerships with local hospitals, helping them raise funds for important equipment related to the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and other forms of cancer.

Our hospital partners are:

  • Lakeridge Health in Oshawa, Ontario, which houses the R.S. McLaughlin Durham Regional Cancer Centre
  • Rouge Valley Ajax-Pickering Hospital in Ajax, Ontario
  • Rouge Valley Centenary Hospital and Providence Healthcare in Scarborough, Ontario

A History of Giving

$15,000 to Lakeridge Health, Oshawa, ON: first instalment on a $40,000 commitment to help purchase of "Advanced Image Analysis Software" which looks at breast cancer markers for aid in diagnosis, treatment and research. Request made by Dr. Grant Johnson, Director of Lab Services, R.S. McLaughlin Cancer Centre.

$100,000 to Lakeridge Health, Oshawa, ON for purchase of a SenoRx Gamma Finder and a Portable Breast Specimen X-Ray Unit for the Heather Griffith Breast Assessment Centre.

$25,000 to the Rouge Valley Health Foundation towards purchase of a MRI machine for the Pickering/Ajax Hospital.

$10,000 to Providence Healthcare, Scarborough, ON for "state-of-the-art palliative care beds" for the palliative care unit.

$12,000 to the Rouge Valley Health Foundation for automated chemo door at Centenary Hospital, Scarborough, and for surgical utensils for Pickering/Ajax hospital.

$50,000 to Centenary Hospital Foundation for the purchase of the "Navigator" which determines if the first lymph node, called the sentinel node, contains breast cancer cells.

$135,500 to Canadian Cancer Society for breast cancer research

Our Current Commitments to Our Partners

Lakeridge Health in Oshawa houses the R.S. McLaughlin Durham Regional Cancer Centre. In response to a request made by Dr. Grant Johnson, Director of Lab Services, Bevy of Hope has committed to raising $40,000 to support the Centre’s purchase of "Advanced Image Analysis Software" This new technology looks at breast cancer markers for aid in diagnosis, treatment and research. It will greatly improve the speed and accuracy for determining breast cancer treatment. The Foundation has already donated $15,000 towards the purchase, with a goal to pay the balance by December 31, 2014.

We have committed $10,000 to Providence Healthcare in Scarborough for state of the art palliative care beds for their new palliative care unit. This donation was made in response to a request made by the Providence Healthcare Foundation.