Tribute/ In Memory/ In Honour

Make an In Honour or In Memory commemorative gift to The Credit Valley Hospital foundation.

In Memory Program

A memorial gift to honour a family member, friend or colleague sends a comforting message during a difficult time.

When you make your gift online, let the family know with an ecard. You can select your ecard design and write a personal message. It will be sent when you complete your online donation.

If you choose to make your donation by mail or over the phone, we'll send you a letter acknowledging your donation, as well as an acknowledgment to the family of the deceased recognizing your thoughtfulness.

Make an ‘In Memory’ donation now.

At the family's request, donations can be directed to various funds in memory of their loved one. Families may also create personal fundraising pages in memory of loved ones to enable easy online giving. Create a fundraising memorial page here.

If you would like more information about how to make a gift in memory, contact Jen Sheppard at jsheppard@cvh.on.ca or call 905-813-1100 ext.2021

In Honour Program

The In Honour program is a thoughtful way to pay tribute to special doctors, nurses, volunteers, friends or patients while supporting world class health care in your community.

An In Honour gift is also a very special way to say Thank You to a particular Credit Valley Hospital doctor, nurse, volunteer or staff member - or a thoughtful way to commend a patient for being brave. 

When you make your gift online, let your honouree know with an ecard. You can select your ecard design and write a personal message. It will be sent when you complete your online donation.

If you choose to make your donation by mail or over the phone, we'll send you a letter acknowledging your donation, as well as an acknowledgment to the honouree recognizing your thoughtfulness.

Make an In Honour donation now.

You can also create an In Honour fundraising page, paying tribute to your special honouree by encouraging others to donate as well!

Create a fundraising memorial page here.