Funding extraordinary healthcare for the residents of Niagara

One Foundation

On November 24, 2017, OneFoundation for Niagara Health System has made a bold step forward, rebranding to Niagara Health Foundation. The new name and a new look reflects the Foundation’s partnership with Niagara Health and the Foundation’s commitment to helping build a healthier Niagara.
Niagara Health Foundation fundraises exclusively for Niagara Health and brings people across the region together for a single purpose – to help our local hospitals and their healthcare teams deliver the best possible healthcare, right here in Niagara.
Niagara Health Foundation helps fund extraordinary healthcare for residents in all Niagara communities at local hospitals. The philanthropic gifts raised from individuals, groups and corporations go directly towards:

  • Purchasing essential medical equipment and cutting-edge technology at all Niagara Health hospital sites;
  • Funding capital development projects, including the construction of new hospitals and upgrading facilities;
  • Supporting special patient care programs and scholarships and bursaries for students and staff studying medical sciences.


Under its new name, Niagara Health Foundation will continue to work with all residents of Niagara to make sure we have the healthcare we need today and in the future. 

At Niagara Health Foundation, it is our mission is to raise funds to support Niagara Health for the advancement of health care in Niagara. Our Vision is to become the charity of choice to support world-class healthcare for the people of Niagara and we are committed to playing an active role in defining the future of Niagara health care.

We proudly fundraise for Niagara Health’s sites in Welland, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Port Colborne, and Fort Erie.
The need for Niagara Health to fundraise is driven by the fact that though the provincial government funds hospital operations, it is expected that the communities will fund essential equipment needs. That means keeping the equipment used within our hospitals up to date requires donations from the community.