Every year, your donations pay for hundreds of important pieces of equipment that contribute to better patient care, faster diagnosis and more efficient treatment at Royal Jubilee, Victoria General, and Gorge Road hospitals, for the 794,000 Vancouver Island residents these hospitals serve.

your impact last year

  • 4,000 Donors

  • 3 Hospitals Supported

  • 11 Areas of Care Equipped

  • 250+ Pieces of Equipment Funded

  • 200,000+ Vancouver Island Patients Served

  • 6,500+ Staff and Physicians Supported

40% of the equipment in our hospitals is funded by our donors. Your support lets us purchase equipment sooner and more often, ensuring leading-edge care for patients across Vancouver Island.

How you can help

Your donation to the Victoria Hospitals Foundation makes a real difference in the lives of
patients at our hospitals. The generosity of donors allows us to stay on the leading edge
of medical technology and treatment to provide the best possible patient care.

Donate

Make a gift today and help transform healthcare on Vancouver Island.

Planned Giving

Leave a legacy of excellent healthcare through a gift in your will or estate.

Thank a Caregiver

Recognize a special caregiver by making a donation towards priority medical equipment.

Volunteer

Join our team, learn new skills, develop lasting friendships and make a difference.

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Recent News

Pediatric Campaign Reaches Over $1 Million for Island Kids

Posted on July 29, 2019

Victoria, BC — The Victoria Hospitals Foundation’s campaign, You Are Vital: Pediatrics has reached an important milestone: the larger Vancouver Island community has contributed over $1 million of the campaign’s $1.8 million goal. The campaign addresses the critical need for 40 new monitors in the Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (NICU + PICU) at […]