Major fundraising initiative launched for New Peel Memorial

Brampton, April 15 (CINEWS): Foundation kicked off the public portion of its $30 million fundraising campaign for the new Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness (Peel Memorial) at Brampton City Hall, scheduled to open in early 2017.PeelMemorial_apr15
While Queen’s Park covers 90 per cent of the cost of construction, Osler Foundation must raise $30 million through the community for its completion and funds for equipment.
Peel Memorial the state-of-the-art hospital is currently being constructed in downtown Brampton. Providing complimentary services to Brampton Civic Hospital, Peel Memorial will also offer a range of speciality clinics, day programs and services – from high-tech diagnostics and surgery, to women’s and children’s health. There will also be classrooms where healthcare professionals will educate patients and family members on better managing their own health.
At the launch, Osler Foundation revealed its ‘You Have the Power’ campaign, showcasing how the community has the ‘power’ to help open the new Peel Memorial.
” Each person featured in the ‘You Have the Power’ campaign is a real patient with a real story. Each of these individuals is profoundly grateful for the exceptional care they have received from our Brampton facilities and they appreciate the role the community has played and needs to play to help equip Peel Memorial,” said Ken Mahew President and CEO of Osler Foundation.
“The City of Brampton is excited to be part of the ‘You Have the Power’ campaign launch, and about the opportunity for businesses and individuals to help be a part of delivering life-changing care to our community,” said Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey
“The new Peel Memorial will be a wonderful complement to the programs and services already provided at Brampton Civic Hospital, and we are eagerly anticipating its opening. Community support for our hospitals has never been more important.”

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