Lindsay was always trying make the lives of the people around him better. His thoughtful legacy gift will help improve the lives of people in palliative care.
The medal is awarded to outstanding Albertans for their notable contributions to the betterment of society.
Please enjoy our latest annual report, full of powerful stories around transformative donor support and the progress we’ve been making in healthcare.
For the first time in two years, Harvest returned in person on Saturday, September 17th, 2022 at the Enjoy Centre. And what a pleasure it was to celebrate together again, and raise critical funds for the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.
MEDIA RELEASE: In collaboration with AHS and the University of Alberta, the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation is pleased to share news of the honourific naming of the Lois Hole Hospital research centre after one of its biggest supporters,…
After a devastating loss, Dana Clarke chose to honour the memory of her son, Rider James King, with a donation to the perinatal bereavement program at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.
In honour of the outstanding care his father received at Royal Alexandra Hospital, Sam Mraiche made a donation in support of respiratory care to show his gratitude.
Sharing an announcement from Health Canada about the Royal Alexandra, along with several partners, receiving $1.1 M in federal funding as part of the Substance Use and Addiction Program (SUAP) grant.
After the sudden loss of her grandmother due to a fatal cardiac arrest—which could have been prevented—Victoria McLeod, a Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in citizen from Dawson City, Yukon, became a monthly donor to the Lois Hole Hospital…
Marjorie, a proud grandmother from the County of Camrose, recently donated to the AWHF as she believes, “It's my responsibility, privilege and legacy to make an effort to eradicate those discrepancies that are based on gender.”
In early 2020, Shawna Hickling’s father Dennis began experiencing symptoms of anxiety and depression, which ended up being symptoms of Lewy Body Dementia. Shawna recalls her family's story, and their experience receiving care at…
In September 2021, June received life-saving surgery. Oddly enough, just a few months prior, very few people knew June’s life was at risk—including June, herself.
Supporters and friends joined together at SYC Brewing to celebrate the special occasion on Thursday, June 16th, 2022.
MEDIA RELEASE: The Board of Directors of the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation name Their Honours as Honourary Patrons in recognition of their transformational contributions, acts of service, and leadership in supporting the Royal…
We can’t wait for you to read our Annual Gratitude Report and learn about all the incredible ways the “Hospital of the North” is saving and changing the lives of thousands of patients every day across Northern Alberta and beyond.
After two years of virtual events, the 2022 Run For Women returned in person. With 2,144 registrants, the event raised over $240,000! The proceeds will benefit Women's mental health programs.
Join us virtually June 9th at 7 PM as several of our healthcare leaders discuss some of the latest technologies our sites have acquired—along with those just on the horizon—and how they will improve outcomes for all those who…
Celebrating Dr. Julia Sun, an oncologist with the Allard Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) Clinic at the Lois Hole Hospital For Women, in honour and recognition of Asian Heritage Month.
In honour of Asian History Month, we are celebrating Asian leaders in healthcare at the Royal Alex like Tyler Tamayose, the Process Improvement Manager of the Medicine Program and Royal Alexandra Hospital.
For the first time ever, the LOVE YOU by Shoppers Drug Mart™ Run for Women will be happening both virtually or in-person on May 28th at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park in Edmonton. Register now and support women's mental health across…