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BUILDING TOGETHER CELEBRATING AND RECOGNIZING PARTNERSHIPS

DONOR REPORT 2014 – 2015


MISSION:

To inspire our entire community to invest in our hospital to improve the health and well-being of our citizens.

VISION:

The first choice of generous people for a healthy community.

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FOUNDATION WELCOME LETTER

A momentous year. An inspiring future. Dear friends, This was truly a momentous year for the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation. The Our New Era campaign successfully raised more than $42 million for our Redevelopment and Expansion Project, taking us over 70 percent of the way towards our goal.

Brenda Hunter

Anissa Hilborn

Chair, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation Board of Directors

President, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation

Thanks to our donors, leaders and visionaries, we’ve come a long way towards ensuring superior health care for future generations in Burlington and the surrounding region. Following the completion of Phase 1 of the Redevelopment project in late 2014, we celebrated the official groundbreaking for Phase 2 on March 30, 2015. We were honoured to have many dignitaries on hand to break ground for our seven-storey stateof-the-art patient care tower. These milestones were reached because of the vision and generosity of community leaders who stepped forward to help us

realize our dream. In September, Michael Lee-Chin and family generously donated $10 million, the largest contribution to our campaign and the single largest donation in Burlington’s history. In addition, the Lee-Chin family led a donor matching campaign and inspired $2 million in gifts from the community, and an additional $1 million from Mr. Lee-Chin and family. We’ve also had a lot of fun while doing good things. At events such as our Crystal Ball, Beauty and the Bistro, and the Amazing Bed Race, and many other events, the community came together to create great memories and show their commitment to our campaign’s success. With the continued backing of our supporters like you, we will make this vision a reality. We are looking forward to another inspiring year!

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HOSPITAL WELCOME LETTER

Celebrating Our Commitment to Enhancing the Patient Experience Reflecting on the past year, we are struck by the fact that Joseph Brant Hospital’s C.A.R.E. commitment – Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence – comes through in everything we do.

Eric Vandewall President and CEO

Don F. Dalicandro Chair, Board of Governors

Our commitment is aligned with the principles and vision of Ontario’s Excellent Care for All Act (ECFAA). It particularly comes through in the past year’s achievements in the areas of partnerships, patient experience and redevelopment. Our partnerships take many different forms, but they are all created with one goal in mind – providing the right care, at the right time, in the right place. Providing the right care drives our pledge to provide the best patient experience. We are proud of the partnerships we created this year and the changes we made to enhance your patient experience. Our changes have made a positive impact on many different clinical areas – including women’s health, seniors care, mental health and more – proving that we take our

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responsibility of serving the health care needs of our community seriously. One of our most significant milestones came in March 2015, when we officially broke ground on our new seven-storey patient tower. This marks a significant step forward in our commitment of rebuilding to serve our community better. A hospital designed for today’s health care needs – it’s what Burlington desperately needs and deserves, and we are thrilled that the work is well underway. We recognize that more work remains and over the past year, our Strategic Plan, Compassionate Care, Exemplary Services, Every Time, has provided a roadmap, and will continue to guide our way into the future. With a clear focus on our five strategic directions: Quality and Safety, Exceptional Customer Service, Innovation, Inspired People and Teamwork, and Leading Performance, we are working every day to ensure that our patients can count on excellent health care in their community, now and always.


HOSPITAL REDEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION

Highlights of the new seven-storey tower

172 New Beds

A new Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit

Nine new Operating Rooms

An expanded outpatient Cancer Clinic

80% single-patient rooms in medical and surgical programs

70% single-patient rooms across the hospital

An accessible and senior-friendly design

Highlights of the existing Hospital Renovations

Joseph Brant Hospital will be doubling in size to nearly 800,000 square feet

A renovated Special Care Nursery - level 2B NICU

Expanded medical, surgical and outpatient services

Expanded Diagnostic Imaging services, including satellite DI within program areas

A mobile nurse call system, enabling patients to speak to a nurse no matter where they are on the unit

Expanded ambulatory care programs

State-of-the-art computer network throughout the hospital

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INSPIRED LEADERSHIP

Making Our New Era a Reality Michael Lee-Chin and Family Generously Donate $10 million Thanks to entrepreneur, business leader and Burlington resident Michael Lee-Chin, Joseph Brant Hospital’s Our New Era Campaign reached great heights in 2014. Mr. LeeChin and his family stepped forward with a leadership gift of $10 million. The donation is the largest single donation in Burlington’s history and the driving force behind our new, state-of-the-art, seven-storey patient tower. Mr. Lee-Chin’s leadership spurred additional gifts, by establishing a Community Matching Challenge, committing to matching $1 million in community fundraising. The people of Burlington and the surrounding area rose to the occasion, and together, with more than 80 donations, we achieved our goal to raise $2 million from September to December 2014, achieving the match and bringing the Lee-Chin family gift to $11 million. On the reason for his family’s most recent donation, Mr. Lee-Chin said, “There is no greater investment than in our health and the health of our community. We are embarking on a new era of health care in Burlington and I’m proud and honoured to be a part of it.” 6

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Mr. Lee-Chin also recognizes the importance of having a community member step forward as the lead donor for the $60 million fundraising campaign in support of the new Hospital. In a recent article in the Globe and Mail he said “I was approached by the Joseph Brant Foundation – they needed a lead donor to spur, to inspire the community, to rally around the cause. I made the commitment because the community needs a better hospital. We live in this community; someone has to take the lead. If no one takes the lead… nothing gets done.”

An Inspiring Launch to Phase 2 Mr. Lee-Chin helped launch Phase 2 of the building project by sharing his inspiring commitment with community members, staff, leaders, and dignitaries who had gathered to mark the official groundbreaking for our seven-storey state-of-the-art patient care tower. He told the distinguished

audience that inspired leadership can “turn a plausible impossibility into a convincing possibility.” His wise words captured precisely what our campaign has been doing. Mr. Lee-Chin emphasized the importance of having a dream and surrounding yourself with the right people, while “doing good and having fun,” which is one of the Lee-Chin family’s guiding lights Brenda Hunter, chair of the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation Board, expressed the organization’s appreciation. “We are so grateful to Michael Lee-Chin and his family for their incredible generosity and for supporting our vision of a new era of health care in Burlington. This gift is a true testament to the family’s philanthropic spirit and their commitment to ensuring our community has access to exceptional care, in a state-of-the-art facility.” The Lee-Chin Family’s leadership and generosity will benefit many future generations of community members receiving treatment in our modern patient tower.


“Inspired leadership turns a plausible impossibility into a convincing possibility.” – Michael Lee-Chin at the Phase 2 Groundbreaking Ceremony, March 30, 2015

Mr. Michael Lee-Chin (far right) and family

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INVESTING IN COMMUNITY

Brittany and Nigel Morgan

Morgan Investments Group Offers Generous Gift THE GENEROSITY OF DONORS OFTEN SPEAKS VOLUMES ABOUT THE STRONG FABRIC OF A COMMUNITY. AND WITH DONORS LIKE NIGEL AND BRITTANY MORGAN AND THE MORGAN INVESTMENTS GROUP WHO MADE A $500,000 GIFT TO THE OUR NEW ERA CAMPAIGN, THE BURLINGTON COMMUNITY IS IN GREAT SHAPE.

Nigel believes strongly in the power of our community, and as a local business owner, he saw the Our New Era campaign as a way to give back. “Burlington is where home is, and it was a great opportunity to contribute to this great community,” he explained. Nigel’s involvement with our hospital community stemmed from a relationship with his neighbour, Dr. Keith Greenway, one of our Hospital’s resident physicians. Nigel was able to tour the hospital with Dr. Paul Faulkner, who gave an overview of the big changes that were coming. “We were impressed with all the changes that were happening,” Nigel says. “Right from the patient care through to the hospital administration, everything that hospital was doing was modern and forward-looking. We decided it was something we wanted to be involved with.”

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Patient-Centred Outpatient Care in a State-of-the-Art Health Care Facility The new Joseph Brant Hospital will be a hub for patient-centered services in a state-of-the-art health care facility. The new Ambulatory Care Centre will include a range of clinics and partnerships with community organizations, allowing for increased management of chronic disease through specialized outpatient care, while minimizing the need for Emergency visits or Hospital admissions. The Centre will be a senior-friendly environment, reflecting the demographic trends in Burlington. It will also house Nina’s Place – a specialized clinic for private and dignified care of sexual or domestic abuse victims.


A FAMILY GIFT

The Maternal and Child Unit (MACU) For a mother and her newborn, the first moments after birth are crucial. That’s why ensuring a high quality Maternal and Child Unit (MACU) is a priority in the Joseph Brant Hospital redevelopment project.

Linda Dunbar, Jacqueline and Leon Desrochers, Dan Desrochers

A Commitment Spanning Generations A COMMITMENT TO HELPING OTHERS CAN UNITE A FAMILY. IN THE CASE OF THE DESROCHERS AND DUNBAR FAMILIES, IT EVEN SPANS GENERATIONS.

“As a Member of the Campaign Cabinet, I was able to talk to people, hear their strong commitment, along with their concerns, and I knew we had a unique opportunity to make a difference,” Dan Desrochers explained. In 2014, three generations of the family came together to provide a generous $250,000 gift towards our new Maternal and Child Unit. Dan brought together his father Leon Desrochers, sister Linda Dunbar and niece Michelle Dunbar to donate. “We live in an amazing city in an amazing country,” explained Dan Desrochers. “Our hospital must serve our future needs.”

Currently, the MACU is co-located with the special care nursery. However, after the redevelopment is complete, both programs will move into newly designed spaces in close proximity, mirroring best practices. The MACU, home to 12 post-partum and 6 pediatric beds, will be built to meet the particular needs of new mothers and their newborns. It will feature mostly private rooms, and all rooms will be fully accessible. In its new location, the MACU will also be located closely to outpatient clinics that expecting and new mothers require – including the gestational diabetes and breast feeding clinics. Joseph Brant understands the needs of new mothers and their newborns, and we’re translating our knowledge into an entirely new and improved space to ensure the best possible beginning of life for every baby born in our Hospital.

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A YEAR OF HIGHLIGHTS

2014/15 was another incredible year for the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation. Thanks to the incredible support of our community we were able to celebrate a number of redevelopment milestones and inspirational events in our community. Redevelopment and Expansion Project Halton McMaster Family Health Centre opens The HMFHC – a joint venture between our hospital and the McMaster Department of Family Medicine – is a community-based family practice teaching unit, providing care to the community while training new doctors and other health care professional students from McMaster University. The centre expects to serve more than 10,000 patients each year. It is also a training hub for new doctors and other health care professional students from McMaster University. This partnership with McMaster University designates Joseph Brant Hospital as a clinical education campus, with students learning a variety of specialties: emergency medicine, surgery, obstetrics and family medicine.

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Joseph Brant Hospital Partners with Integrated Team Solutions for Phase Two In partnership with Infrastructure Ontario, Joseph Brant Hospital was pleased to announce that Integrated Team Solutions (ITS) is the preferred proponent for phase two of our Redevelopment and Expansion Project. The ITS team is made up of: - EllisDon (General Contractor) - Fengate Capital Management (Finance) - P arkin/Adamson Architects Limited – Architects in Joint venture

Our New Era Campaign Reaches $42M With a $60M goal, the Our New Era campaign is the largest fundraising effort in the history of our hospital and the City of Burlington. Thanks to the generous support we’ve received to-date, we have raised over $42M. Together, we are making the biggest investment in health care in Burlington’s history. Together, our dream of a state of the art hospital for our community is becoming a reality.


JB 2 Day Men’s Invitational Golf Tournament

Amazing Bed Race

An Evening of Song

Beauty and the Bistro

Joelle’s/Jeff’s Guyshop Fashion Show

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RBC FOUNDATION GIFT

RBC Foundation Gift to Improve Kids Mental Health THANKS TO THE SUPPORT OF THE RBC FOUNDATION AND THEIR GIFT OF $550,000, JOSEPH BRANT HOSPITAL WILL BE ABLE TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO HIGH-QUALITY MENTAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN OUR COMMUNITY.

The RBC Foundation gift will support two key initiatives: The RBC Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program, and a new Psychiatric Emergency Services unit. Currently, Joseph Brant Hospital’s multidisciplinary mental health program is offered one day per week, but the RBC gift will fund a two-year pilot program to expand the service to five days a week. The expanded service through the RBC Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program, we will significantly reduce wait times and allow more children to get the support they need closer to home. In addition, the hospital will create a Psychiatric Emergency Services unit within the new Emergency Department, providing patients and their families with a safe, calm, secure and dignified space in which to receive care. 12

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“RBC’s gift will allow us to expand our capacity by 75 percent, which will go a long way to reducing wait times and mental health emergency admissions.” – Dr. Alan Brown, Chief of Psychiatry, Joseph Brant Hospital

Reducing Wait Times Dr. Alan Brown, Chief of Psychiatry emphasizes the positive impact of the RBC gift. “This funding will make a tremendous impact on children, youth and families in our community,” he said. “Over the past year, we have witnessed a significant increase in demand for child and adolescent mental health services. RBC’s gift will allow us to expand our capacity by 75%, which will go a long way to reducing wait times and mental health emergency admissions.” In announcing the gift, RBC Regional President Francine Dyksterhus said, “Through the RBC Believe in Kids Pledge, we are committed to improving the well-being of kids and youth by supporting initiatives that build capacity to address children’s mental health.”


EXPANDING THE CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

With a generous donation from the RBC Foundation, The Joseph Brant Hospital is expanding our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program (CAP).

(L-R): (back row) Ashley Collins (RBC Branch Manager, Dundas and Appleby), Shari Austin (VP Corporate Citizenship and Executive Director RBC Foundation), Michelle Cisecki (Regional Vice President, Private Banking, Southwestern Ontario), Greg Belanger (VP, Commercial Financial Services, Halton South), Don Dalicandro (Chair, Joseph Brant Hospital Board of Governors). (Front row) Dr. Alan Brown (Chief of Psychiatry, Joseph Brant Hospital), Anissa Hilborn (President, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation), Brenda Hunter (Chair, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation Board of Directors), Francine Dyskterhuis (Regional President, Southwestern Ontario), Allison Merrow (Vice President and Branch Manager, RBC Dominion Securities)

“We are committed to improving the well-being of kids and youth by supporting initiatives that build capacity to address children’s mental health.”

Joseph Brant Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program currently provides services to more than 1,000 youth under the age of 18 in the Burlington and Waterdown communities. This outpatient program provides mental health care services for children and adolescents with a variety of behavioral, mood, anxiety, substance abuse, psychosis and developmental disorders. The prevalence of mental illness among Canadian youth is estimated to be between 15 and 20 percent, and recent projections suggest it will increase by 50 percent by 2020. “In the Emergency Department I see many children who would greatly benefit from the CAP program. By referring patients to CAP, I can get them out of the Emergency Department, away from a hospital stay, and into a caring, specialized environment. CAP is a vital service for our community and our hospital.” Dr. Paul Faulkner, MD, Interim Chief of Staff and Chief of Emergency Medicine

– Francine Dyksterhus, RBC Regional President JBHF Donor Report 2014 - 2015

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STUDENTS LEAD BY EXAMPLE

Burlington’s Fern Hill School

Young People Helping Future Generations

THE JOSEPH BRANT COMMUNITY IS FILLED WITH INSPIRATIONAL PEOPLE AND INCREDIBLE SUPPORT FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE AND ALL AGES AND ALEXANDRA TODD, A GRADE 8 STUDENT AT BURLINGTON’S FERN HILL SCHOOL IS A WONDERFUL EXAMPLE.

Every year, the students and staff at Fern Hill raise money for charity, and the grade 8 students conduct a special project on community service. For her project, Alexandra proposed taking the charitable efforts of her class a step further, and focusing on a local community cause that would directly help her friends, classmates, their families and neighbours. She proposed that the school’s charitable efforts be directed to the Our New Era campaign. Alexandra’s proposal gained so much momentum that the school swung its entire fundraising program towards Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation, initiating a five-year goal to raise $100,000. 14

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In October 2014, Fern Hill’s annual “fundraising week” was geared exclusively towards Joseph Brant. The enthusiasm among teachers and students was contagious. The teachers wore hospital scrubs (donated by JBH) in their classrooms, and students held fundraising activities such as “Jack O’Lantern Surgery” (pumpkin carving), lunches, goodiegrams and a fun fair night. In addition, Fern Hill students have taken tours of Joseph Brant Hospital that allowed them to experience the hospital in a hands-on way. Under the supervision of the infection control staff, students had the opportunity to put their hands under ultraviolet light and expose all of the invisible bacteria which they loved. The tour gave the students context for further discussions back in the classroom.

Reflecting on the experience, Fern Hill’s director Wendy Derrick said, “Joseph Brant welcomed us with open arms. They leapt at the opportunity to work with us, and our students have loved learning about the Hospital, its programs and its future.” Fern Hill students intend to expand their fundraising initiative, and have introduced ideas to extend their campaign to other schools throughout the region. The entire Joseph Brant Hospital community is thrilled to see Fern Hill’s commitment to our organization, and we look forward to their future endeavours. Above: Fern Hill School


CRYSTAL BALL HIGHLIGHTS

2014 Crystal Ball Raises More than $1 million

(L-R): Anissa Hilborn, President, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation; Eric Vandewall, President and CEO, Joseph Brant Hospital; Michael Lee-Chin, Chairman of Portland Holdings Inc.; Brenda Hunter, Chair, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation Board of Directors; Kevin Brady, Our New Era Campaign Chair, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation

THE JOSEPH BRANT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION HAD A HUGELY SUCCESSFUL YEAR OF EVENTS IN 2014, CULMINATING IN OUR 2014 CRYSTAL BALL—DREAM BIG: A ONCE IN A LIFETIME CELEBRATION.

Partygoers gathered beneath an atmospheric tent directly on site of the future sevenstorey patient tower. They also embraced this magical night to “dream big” – raising more than $1 million for our redevelopment fundraising campaign.

Zero Gravity Circus performers

Guests were welcomed by our celebrity host for the evening, Canadian comedy actor Sean Cullen, and treated to a breathtaking show by Zero Gravity Circus entertainers. Even with comedians and acrobats, it was truly our generous donors who stole the show, including Michael Lee-Chin and family, whose $10 million donation was announced at the gala. Many Crystal Ball guests were inspired by the Lee-Chin Family’s generosity. In fact, 22

donors came forward on the night of the event, and collectively donated $834,000, including the Desrochers / Dunbar Family who made a $250,000 donation, and the Donnell Family who made a $100,000 donation. The Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation is immensely grateful to our donors, our event sponsor TD Bank Group and each and ever one of the 700 supporters who came together to celebrate the future of health care in our community. JBHF Donor Report 2014 - 2015

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BECAUSE OF OUR COMMUNITY

Doing Good While Having Fun Over 50 Great Community Events in 2014-15 AT THE 2014 CRYSTAL BALL GALA, MICHAEL LEE-CHIN EMPHASIZED THE IMPORTANCE OF “DOING GOOD WHILE HAVING FUN,” AND WE AT THE JOSEPH BRANT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION, HAVE TAKEN THAT ADVICE TO HEART.

In 2014-15, along with our community partners, we held more than 50 fun-filled events and raised nearly $850,000 for the hospital. Successfully delivering these events is a true community effort! Just look at the range of events we held: • Selling birdhouses made from recycled materials • Beach volleyball tournament • High teas • Fashion shows • Bistro nights • Car washes • Football games • Boating parades • Trivia nights • Outdoor movie night • Employee giving and school programs These events bring people together in the spirit of growing our community and building an even better hospital for future generations. They are truly opportunity to “do good while having fun.” 16

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AN EVENING OF SONG

Dr. Brendan Chiu has a long history with our healthcare community. His family medical practice served Burlington residents for over four decades, and his son Stephen was born at Joseph Brant Hospital. For Dr. Chiu, the Our New Era campaign was an ideal opportunity to give back while showcasing his son’s musical talents! At the Evening of Song, held on October 17 at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre, Stephen shared his musical talents with guests in a performance that ranged from Frank Sinatra to Elvis. The event raised over $20,000 in support of Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation.


BEAUTY AND THE BISTRO: BE OUR GUEST, SAVE OUR BREASTS

The Leggat Chevrolet Buick Cadillac GMC dealership was once again transformed into a special venue for our third annual Beauty and the Bistro event, where supporters gathered in support of JBH and our goal of purchasing a digital mammography machine. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the dedicated and talented committee, the Beauty and the Bistro reached its fundraising goal of $450,000 in just three years, and Joseph Brant is now the proud owner of a new digital mammography machine, which is making a difference for women’s health.

JOELLE’S & JEFF’S GUYSHOP FASHION SHOW & FUNDRAISER

A special thank you goes to Joelle and Jeff Cooling, the planning committee and sponsors of the Joelle’s & Jeff’s Guyshop Fashion Show and Fundraiser for their tremendous support. Their stylish event raised an amazing $85,000 towards the purchase of a Digital Mammography unit with biopsy attachment.

THE AMAZING BED RACE

The Amazing Bed Race has become one of Burlington’s most exciting and anticipated community events. In just five years, Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation and Rotary Club of Burlington North received over $400,000 from our community. The 5th Annual Amazing Bed Race took place in September in the heart of downtown Burlington and was another amazing success! Congratulations to Acura on Brant who were crowned 2014 Grand Bed Race Champions again this year. JBHF Donor Report 2014 - 2015

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BECAUSE OF OUR VOLUNTEERS

Building Together LEADER -

“An individual who inspires others to participate in the achievement of greatness.”

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Board of Directors Thank You The Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation is incredibly fortunate to have the support of our community. Our Board of Directors is made up of some of the most passionate and dedicated individuals in our community, without whom our success would not be possible. The leadership provided by our board is tremendous, and we are grateful to the directors for their time, support and guidance.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Brenda Hunter - Board Chair Randall (Randy) Smallbone - Board Vice-Chair Shaun Power - Board Treasurer Andrea Parliament Dr. Arshad Hack Bob Basadur Brian Heagle Carmela Friday David O’Reilly

Diana Lawrie Eric Vandewall James (Jim) Sweetlove Kathryn Osborne Michelle Cisecki Mitchell Gibbs Susan Moore Tracy King


Campaign Cabinet Thank You The Our New Era campaign is rooted in community support, and at the heart sits the Campaign Cabinet. It is largely through the leadership of this group of 24 prominent community members and their invaluable strategic direction, guidance and support that we have had the success we have to date, raising over $42 million towards our campaign goal. In addition to their time, members of the Cabinet have made generous gifts to the Campaign – gifts totalling more than $5 million. Our Cabinet members are passionate about the new era for Joseph Brant Hospital, and the future of our community. “The Joseph Brant Hospital has been a lifeline to me and my family,” says Chair Kevin Brady. “Several years ago, I suffered a serious health scare and slipped into a coma. I give my time because I firmly believe we need to do everything we can to ensure we have a first-class facility for us, our children and grandchildren.” CAMPAIGN CABINET Kevin Brady - Cabinet Chair Ralph Sgro - Cabinet Vice-Chair Susan Busby Dr. Ben Carruthers Dan Desrochers Steve Duffield Mel Griffin Rick Giuliani

Dr. Arshad Hack Anissa Hilborn Peter Hogarth Brenda Hunter John Krpan Doug Leggat Hugh Loomans Dominic Mercuri

Clement Messere Diane Peller Ted Scherle Randall (Randy) Smallbone Don Smith Shirley Thomas-Weir Brian Torsney Eric Vandewall

Without Our Volunteers, It Wouldn’t Happen! Thank You! THE JOSEPH BRANT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION IS FORTUNATE TO RECEIVE PHENOMENAL SUPPORT FROM A NUMBER OF COMMUNITY MEMBERS. THEIR PHILANTHROPIC COMMITMENT IS THE REASON WE ARE SUCCESSFUL.

They continue to be an exceptional example of leadership, volunteerism, and philanthropy at its best and their contributions are helping to transform our community, and lead Joseph Brant Hospital into Our New Era. To the members of our Board of Directors, Campaign Cabinet, Gift Planning Advisory Council, IMPACT Volunteer Group, Crystal Ball Committee and CAAAR! 3 on 3 Committee, we say thank you. Our volunteers mean the world to us, and they help us ensure Joseph Brant Hospital will continue to provide quality care today, and for generations to come. JBHF Donor Report 2014 - 2015

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BECAUSE OF OUR DONORS

JOSEPH BRANT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION PROUDLY RECOGNIZES THE GENEROSITY OF THOSE DONORS WHO DONATED $1,000 OR GREATER BETWEEN APRIL 1, 2014 AND MARCH 31, 2015. $1,000,000 - $2,499,999

Ray & Sue Colasimone

Susan & Jeffrey Moore

Burlington Lions Club

Michael Lee-Chin & Family

The Desrochers/Dunbar Family

The Morgan Investments Group

Burlington Minor Football Association

The Joyce Foundation

Estate of Stanley Degraaf

J. P. Motors - The Pattison Family

Five B Family Foundation

Estate of Kathleen Roach

Susan & Robert Busby

$250,000 - $499,999

Great West Life, London Life & Canada Life

Rotary Club of Burlington

Capo Industries Ltd.

Auxiliary to Joseph Brant Hospital

Wayne & Glenna Heslop

William & Catriona Russell & Family

CIBC Woody Gundy

Estate of Ernest & Catherine Humphries

Hunter Amenities International

Scotiabank

Creative Fundraisers Art Auction

J.B. 2 Day Invitational Golf Tournament

Joelle & Jeff’s Guyshop Fashion Show and

Charles+ & Ret Swire

Dr. Randy Cross & Dr. Patricia Wilson*

Debra & Glen Swire

Estate of Evelyn Dale

Allen & Monica Taylor

Dalicandro Family

Taylor Moving & Storage Ltd.

William & Mary DeLuca

United Association of Journeymen & Apprentices

The Donnell Family Dynamic Leasing/Reds Estate Of Warren Biggar Trevor Fackrell Fern Hill School First Ontario Credit Union Richard & Justine Giuliani & Family* Bronte Golda Halton Honda Estate of John Hannon Brenda & Michael Hunter* JBH Golf Skins Classic Joelle’s & Jeff’s Guyshop January 2015 Calendar Lottery Dr. Yasodhara Kancherla Mr. & Mrs. W.P.+ Kelly Dr. Joseph A. Korkis Marques d’Elegance Hugh E. Macpherson Mercedes-Benz Burlington Dom & Carol Mercuri Bill & Jane Milne

In Memory of Gordon Roy Willey

Fundraiser McDonald’s Restaurants of Burlington - Ralph &

$100,000 - $249,999

Beauty and the Bistro, Be our Guest, Save our Breasts Events

Susan Sgro Clement & Janet Messere K. W. Oakes & Family

ArcelorMittal Dofasco

Rotary Club of Burlington Central

Estate of Winnifred Shirley Corp

Rotary Club of Burlington North

Estate of Robert Alfred Phipps

Sutherland Development Group

Estate of Jeanne Sylvia Scott

- Local 67 Anton & Anna Zeitler $10,000 - $24,999

Access Self Storage Inc.

Larry, Vi & Scott Harrison

$25,000 - $49,999

Tom & Julie Allen

Hogarth Family & Pioneer Energy LP

17th Annual Lord Nelson Men’s Golf Tournament

Amazing Bed Race

Molinaro Group

Kevin & Barb Brady & Family

An Evening of Song

RBC

Anonymous

Anonymous

Rotary Clubs of Burlington

Estate of Beezer Armstrong

7936087 Canada Association O/A The

Sonan Developments Ltd.

Bailey Metal

TD Bank Group

COGECO

Santé & The Peller Family

Estate of Charlotte Lavigne

Dr. James & Dorothy+ Baxter

$50,000 - $99,999

Mel Griffin

BDO

Estate of Luise Bohé

Bill & Marian Hart

Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd.

Burlington Golf & Country Club 29th Annual

Fred & Vida Kelly

Bob Bosworth, Phyl Jenson & Families

Joseph Brant Charity Golf Tournament

Angel Project

Longo’s Family Charitable Foundation

Estate of Arthur G. Bowes

Dr. Brendan, Katherine & Stephen Chiu

William R. Love+

Bozek Orthodontics

CIBC

Murray+ & Betty Ann Millar*

Brechin & Huffman, Lawyers

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Barb Nicholson O.C. Tanner Recognition Company Ltd. Dave Ovcjak William & Laurie Palamar Allan & Denise Pearson & Discovery Ford Paul & Pat Phoenix Dr. John & Muriel+ Premi Dr. Stella Psarakis RBC Foundation Michael Rolland Roseland Volkswagen - Paul & Doria Leggat & Family Shoppers Drug Mart Tree of Life Campaign Henry Patrick Thode Trillium College Chilly Half Marathon & CIBC Wood Gundy Frosty 5k Clay Ullrich

Burlington Insurance Brokers Association

June & Tod Wright*

GMD Distribution Inc.

Annual Charity Golf Tournament Burlington Toyota/Burlington Nissan The Scherle Family Cei-Whan Kim Professional Corporation Compass Group Canada Coulter Building Consultants Ltd. Reverend Suzanne & Councillor Rick Craven Crosswinds Golf & Country Club Dan Lawrie Insurance Brokers Ltd. Dan’s Welding & Fabricating Ltd. Marion & Steve Duffield Durward Jones Barkwell & Company Fastsigns Paul Field Mitchell Gibbs The Grace Clinic

$5,000 - $9,999

Gunther Mele

The Alexander & Bernice De Maio Foundation Fund

Hadrian Manufacturing Inc.

Michael Andlauer

Halton Islamic Association & Halton Mosque

Annual Beach Charity Classic

Heritage Place

Anonymous

High Performance Marketing Inc.

Judith A. Barlow

The Invidiata Team

Bob & Leighan Basadur

Ippolito Group

Bell

Joelle’s

William & Jane Bell

Joe & Maureen Kennedy

Dr. James W. Blackmore

Darrell & Tracy King

Roger & Lois Brabant

Kronos

Branthaven Homes Ltd.

Krpan Group

June M. Bristow*

Lakeside

Burlington Hydro Inc.

LaSalle Park Retirement Community Leggat Auto Group Liebherr-Canada Ltd. 15th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Graeme Lilley Jim Lishman Mady Developments Mandeville Private Client Inc. John T. Mayberry Keven & Kerry McAleese Newalta Michael O’Sullivan Andrea Parliament Christopher Pellerin Karen Pettit Porsche Centre Oakville Shaun Power Price Waterhouse Coopers LP Hilary Prins Dwight Prodger & Joyce Wilton Barbara & Stephen J. Pustai PwC Epic Tour Halton John A.+ & Gisele Rapley John Rawlinson Randy & Denise Reeve James A. Robertson James Rogers SB Partners LLP Sheehan’s Truck Centre Inc. Simpson, Wigle Barristers & Solicitors Dr. Robert H. Singer & Mrs. Arlene M. Singer Randall & Sandra Smallbone Slate Properties Donald Smith & Wendy Buckland-Smith*

Stak Industries Inc. Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation Sylvite Group of Companies Tall Tree Lumber Company Frederick & Margaret Telmer Telus Enterprise Solutions The Birdhouse Foundation The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 486 Bronte The Thomas-Weir Family Tim Hortons Brian Torsney In Memory of Jim & Joyce Irish The Lord Nelson VR Pro Denise & Kevin Walker Robert J. West $1,000 - $4,999

2234185 Ontario Inc. A Action Towing & Recovery Inc. Dr. Alan Brown A&H Custom Machine AGRI Marketing Corp Andrew Alexanian Eric & Anne Anderson Philip & Roseanne Armstrong Kelly Arnott Uzma Ashraf Gus Baril Barbara & John Barton* Cam Beatty

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BECAUSE OF OUR DONORS

In memory of Barbara Beaudoin by Dave &

Teresa Cascioli

Donald Fox

Mario Joannette

Dr. Sheila Chou

Lou Frasca

Gordon Kack

Glenn & Lori Beaumont

Michelle & Russ Cisecki

Alan & Joan French

Dr. Prasad C. Kakarala

Beaver & Bulldog Neighbourhood

A. J. Clarke

Patricia & David+ Fulton

The Keg Steak House

Angela Cochrane

David & Sandra Galea

Leonard & Helen Kennedy

Margaret Bell

Mike Coles

Gil Garbus

Dr. W. P. Killorn

Bryan C. Bennett

Jeffrey Cooling

Dr. Stephanie Girard

Peter F. Kilroy

Raj Bhagrath

Chris Coons

Toni Glazier

Richard & Karen Kivell

Craig & Sandra Biggar

The Co-Operators

Stephen Goodrich

John & Elizabeth Kosiancic

Boaters for Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation

Dr. Jason Correia

John Gordon

KPMG

Lisa Bilodeau

John & Beverley Cronk

Bob Gould

Bridget M. Kraft

Ruth & John+ Borthwick

Robert & Lorraine Crouse

Doris M. Gould

L-3 Wescam Inc.

Kenneth & Sharon Bradwell

Lauren Cuddy & John Jirgens

Matt Green

Alan & Donna Lambshead

Lee Brain

Dr. Tim J. Cuddy

Dr. K. Greenway

Blair Lancaster & Brian Bourne

Brauti Thorning Zibarras LLP

Michael G. DeGroote Family

Herma & Wilfred Greenwood

Margaret Landsborough

Gregory & Judy Brechin

Henri Dekker

Jean Griffin

Brock & Janice Langley

Nancy Brewer

DenBok Landscaping & Design Ltd.

Anjali Gupta, MD

Legendary Motor Car Company

Mark Brierley

Jack Dennison

Clifford & Joan Gwilym

John & Joan Lindley

Michael Brierley

Dr. Teresa DeSantis

Drs. Arshad & Crystal Hack

David & Michele Livermore

Lorne Brisbin

Margaret P. Devine

Hamilton Community Foundation

Harrison Livermore

Joanne & Dennis Brodie

Pat Donnell

Bruce & June Hamilton*

Florine & Louis Lobo

Brown Packaging

Brian & Donna Duncombe

Brian D. Heagle

Mr. & Mrs. H. David Lockhart

James C. Brown

Joanne S. Dunlop

Anissa & Michael Hilborn

Dr. San-yu Lok

Scott Brownlee

John & Lynda Dunsford

Dr. Arthur Hobbs

Jean Longfield

Martin Buchalter

Elizabeth Duoll-Calzonetti

Lois Howarth

Randall A. Longfield

Burlington Caribbean Connection

Dr. Tom & Terri Durcan

Robert & Dorothy Hunter*

Hugh & Brenda Loomans

Burlington Mall

Sandra Edrupt & Gino Palarchio

Dr. Brian & Mrs. Nancy Hurd

Dr. William Love & Jane Love*

Burlington Medical Society

Margaret Eggertson*

Anna Iacobelli

C. John Luijk*

Ron Burnstein

Bill & Shirley Eichenberg

IMCO International Inc.

James Lumb

Malcolm & Marion Byrne

Feltmate Delibato Heagle LLP

Maria Ingarra

MacDowell Insurance Brokers Ltd.

Canadian Tire

Fisher & Ludlow

Intact Insurance

Francis Mackan

Felice Cappellano

Robin & Millie FitzSimons

Islip Flow Controls Inc.

Andrew MacKenzie

Debra & Joel Carey

Douglas* & Elizabeth Flett

A. Jaiswal

Hugh MacPherson

Dr. Lucille B. Carling-Chambers

Isobel & Francis M. Flood*

Adrian Jayne

Make Golf Easy Annual Golf Outing

Ben & Cheryl Carruthers

Dr. Frank Fornasier

JBH Department of Surgery

Kathy Marton

Daughters - Genevieve, Megan, Michelle & Holly

Taps + Grille Events

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Heidi & Doug Mawson

Ron & Liz Pearlman

Dr. Brett J. Stevens

Jeffrey Wojcicki

Russ McEdwards

Bill Pearson

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Stevenson

Jennifer & Don Wray

Dr. Daniel L. McGillivray

Mike Penner

James & Margret Sweetlove

Roger Wright

Phyllis+ & George McGuire

Phil Davidson Telecom Computers Inc.

John Tait

Arlene P. Yam

Denise & Jock McKay

Port Nelson United Church

Bruce Tatters

Stuart Yeomans

John McManus

Posner Metals Ltd.

Taylor Moving & Storage Ltd.

Dan Yuzwa*

F. John & Margaret McMulkin

Premier Homecare Services

Taylor-Thomas Inc.

Dr. Ian McWalter & Mrs. Simone McWalter

Print Three

Jeff Teal

Medical Mart Supplies Ltd.

Procor Limited & Ecodyne Ltd.

Tebulo N.A. Ltd.

Marianne Meed Ward

Rev. Bert & Mae Radford

Michael Thompson

Allison Merrow

Gerry Ramsay

Brent & Diane Thomson

Bill Miller

Frank Ranieri

Gary Thomson

John & Marjorie Milligan

Christopher & Diane Regan

Throat Threads Apparel

Ruth Milne*

Taissa Romain

Drew Tilson

Rene Monaro

Dorothy E. Ross

Dr. George Ting

Moore Canada

George & Lorna Ryan

Dr. Raymond Torbiak

Michael Morrisey

Gurpreet Sandhu

Anthony Traversa

Rod Munkman

David E. Scherle

Carole Trimble

Thane Munn

Allan Schutten

In memory of Jan Truman

Jamie Myers

Tom Scott

Aline Tso

Dr. S. Naidoo

Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill Brant Street 2nd Annual

Steve Tuchner

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Design: www.rubinered.ca

Phil Nanavati

Golf Tournament

Ultimate Weekend Fundraiser

Dr. Anoop Nayar

Kelly Shorer

United Way Campaigns

New Horizon Homes

Skeates Contracting

Ike & Swany Vanderwoude

Irving M. & Georgia Newson*

Darlaine & John Skirving

Eric & Elizabeth Vandewall

Nexus PM Inc.

Jayne M. & Douglas R. Smith

Dr. S. Voruganti

Muriel Nightingale

Smith’s Funeral Homes

Delores Wallace

Nora’s Gift Foundation

Snuggle Bugz

Dave & Vera Wan

Barry O’Brien

John Soule

Harry Welch

Dr. & Mrs. Findlay R. Orr

Specs on Pearl

Beverly Osborne

Donna & Harry Sproule

Ross & Gwen Wilby

Kathryn Osborne & Jim Cowman

Dr. Gillian Stanley

Stuart Wilkinson

Neil Paramenter

Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada

Dave Wilson

Urmilaben A. Patel

St. Stephen’s Women’s Group Mother’s Day High

Doug Wilson

Paul Agro Produce Company Ltd.

Tea and Vendor Sale

Bob Wilson

Legend: * Joseph Brant Society Member + Deceased The Joseph Brant Society reconizes donors who have made a planned gift to the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation. Every effort is made to ensure proper recognition of each donor. Please contact foundation@josephbranthospital.ca regarding any omissions or corrections.

Ron Weston +

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Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation 101-440 Elizabeth Street Burlington, ON L7R 2M1 905.336.6499 foundation@josephbranthospital.ca

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