Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) Day is an annual event that provides credible, unbiased information about breast reconstruction as a result of breast cancer. Part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this year's event is virtual.
In honour of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, Alberta Health Services and Covenant Health Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Program are once again organizing the “Remembering Our Losses” memorial for parents who have…
In recognition of Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month, Ryan and Chantal Denis share the story of their loss as well as the care and support they received along the way.
The Alberta Women’s Health Foundation (AWHF) has recently launched as an extension of the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation. The AWHF is a new fundraising initiative that will further support the advancement of care and research…
Ensuring the maximum impact of our donors’ generous contributions is always top of mind. And so we lead with prudence.
Orange Shirt Day began in 2013 as a way for people to recognize and honour the Indigenous children who were sent away to residential schools in Canada as well as show one’s commitment to learning more about the history of those…
The Lois Hole Hospital for Women opened ten years ago. There have been many achievements for our community to be proud of – and many more to come.
Harvest Celebration looked a bit different this year. Held virtually for the first time, the annual fundraiser for the Lois Hole Hospital for Women aired on September 19th, 2020, and featured a star-studded lineup.
This year's virtual Give a Breath 5k walk/run brought together 136 registrants from around the globe all in the name of lung cancer research.
On June 15 the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation welcomed Amy Loewan to the hospital with a gift of art that could not have come at a better time.
June 17, 2020, marked the one year anniversary of doors opening at Access 24/7 Mental Health and Addiction Services. We are proud to share the impact your generosity has made over the past year.
Through professional care and groundbreaking research, the Royal Alexandra and University Hospitals support the most patients in Edmonton. Thank you ticket buyers for making this year a smashing success.
Thanks to the support of the Mental Health Foundation, the Text4Hope program is proud to introduce its two new branches: Text4Hope-Addiction Support and Text4Hope-Cancer Care.
The Royal Alexandra Hopsital Foundation is proud to partner with other local health foundations to build a safe biorepository to preserve COVID-19 samples long-term, to support world-class medical research in combatting COVID-19.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation is dedicated to raising lung cancer awareness and critical funds to support lung cancer research and treatment. Learn why Dr. Ken Stewart, lead for the Alberta Thoracic Oncology Program believes…
Even though you may not be able to spend time in-person with a mom you love this Mother's Day, you can still share your love with them with a donation, flowers and an ecard all in support of the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation…
Canadian frontline healthcare workers are caught in a fight with COVID-19 and need our support. In response, the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation has joined multiple other hospital foundation leaders across Canada to launch The…
Albertans seeking more support during the COVID-19 pandemic can now sign up for Text4Hope, a free, supportive text messaging service developed by Alberta Health Services (AHS).
FC Edmonton is launching a fundraising campaign to benefit the Royal Alexandra Hospital in its effort to treat patients with COVID-19.
The #FoundationsOfGratitude campaign, launched today, encourages all Albertans to show their appreciation for healthcare workers and support staff during this challenging time by decorating their windows with hearts.