This year's Outrun the Stigma run/walk will be held virtually from October 18 to October 24 and will support mental health treatment around the clock through the Royal Alexandra Hospital’s Access 24/7 team. Register now!
Thanks to the generous, overwhelming response from our donors, we were able to create a temporary Staff Rest Area for Royal Alexandra Hospital frontline care providers who need a place for quiet and composure.
Sharlene Rutherford, President and CEO of the foundation, recounts her experience meeting Norman Rousseau, an unassuming gentleman who hand-delivered a significant donation and also left a substantial gift to the foundation in his…
On September 18th, 2021, Harvest Celebration returned for its 11th year to raise funds the Lois Hole Hospital for Women. And what a stellar presentation it was!
When Norman Rousseau passed away, he left a legacy gift through his will. Through just one powerful gesture, he touched the lives of so many—and brought a new sense of pride to his family.
Press release: The Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation recently became the recipient of a significant gift from Sam Mraiche and his company, MHCare Medical. Foundation staff joined Sam and team at a cheque ceremony to honour his generosity.
The beloved Canadian band will take the stage for the 11th annual fundraiser in support of the Lois Hole Hospital for Women, airing exclusively on CTV Edmonton at 5pm on September 18th.
Yesterday, August 31st, 2021, was International Overdose Awareness Day the world’s largest annual campaign to raise awareness and end the stigma that surrounds drug-related death.
While many have been excited about the lifting of certain restrictions, anxiety can follow close behind. The Royal Alex Hospital Foundation would like to remind everyone that the Access 24/7 service centre exists to assist with mental…
Funded by AWHF, the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute is Canada's only research institute dedicated to women's, children's and perinatal health. Check out this WCHRI "Research 101" to better understand their work.
AWHF-supported WCHRI researcher Dr. Maria Ospina discusses how social and environmental factors affect long-term health—and what can be done to change the outcome.
Ten years ago this week, a team of 37 embarked on a life-changing fundraising expedition to support the Orthopedic Surgery Centre. Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, they raised an amazing $1 M that continues to have an impact today.
This year, the Edmonton Elks annual fundraiser featured an online 50/50 that raised over $25,000 for the Edmonton Elks Women’s Ovarian Cancer Research Endowment and Alberta Women's Health Foundation.
Another successful year for an amazing program—the 2021 Run For Women raised over $250,000 in total for women’s mental health programs across the country!
A massive effort from donors means the Lois Hole Hospital will install the OBIX Perinatal Interface System in November, allowing high-risk pregnant women from all over to access LHHW doctors and monitoring remotely in real-time.
Shining a light on the new research chair, Dr. Lee, supported by the Edmonton Elks Women’s Ovarian Cancer Research Endowment, as well as the team’s online 50/50 fundraiser launching for one day only on Monday, June 28th.
This year's Give A Breath 5k walk/run brought in more than $25,000, with the three year total reaching over $100,000!!! Huge thank you to our donors and everyone who chose to show their support for lung cancer research.
Press release: Edmonton’s James H. Brown & Associates makes first donation to newly named fund in support of women’s health research at WCHRI at Lois Hole Hospital for Women and the University of Alberta.
We all have different reasons for running in the 2021 Run For Women from Shoppers Drug Mart Love You, with each one as important as the next. Here, we are sharing our participants responses to the question, "Why do YOU run?"
On behalf of our partners at WCHRI, we invite you to participate in "Learning Session: Developing meaningful research partnerships with Indigenous communities," a free webinar happening this Wednesday, June 30th, from 12:00 PM to…