November 28 is Giving Tuesday, a global movement that encourages people to give back to their communities and give from the heart. Your donations to the UHF power a lifesaving cause — igniting innovation in health care to save the lives of friends, family and neighbors here in Alberta and across Canada.
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Discover your impact.
When you support high priority needs, your philanthropic investment has immediate impact on nearly 2,500 patients per day.
We are passionate promoters of the power of generosity – your generosity – to change and save lives in our community. We inspire people to help advance our hospitals as world leaders in specialized and complex care. Thanks to your donations, the University Hospital Foundation has raised $217 million in the past 10 years and that tally is growing every day. Your contributions are literally bringing innovation to life – supporting emerging ideas and technologies that are advancing excellence in patient care, education and research on a daily basis.
1,058,341 patient visits in 2021/22 at the University of Alberta Hospital site
87,939 patients from outside of the Edmonton zone
11,828 patients from outside Alberta
The future of health rests on passionate people like you – donors, partners and supporters – who know that their generosity is what allows the University Hospital Foundation to redefine health care in Edmonton, throughout Alberta and around the world so everyone can live a longer, healthier life.
Your support powers a movement that inspires and connects world-class hospitals and healthcare teams to dream big: curing diseases, revolutionizing treatment, sparking clinical innovation, and even preventing illness before it can begin.
It isn’t science fiction – it’s how the University Hospital Foundation is transforming health.
Join us as we drive towards our ambitious vision laid out in our strategic plan, Ignite 2030; taking a bold approach to the future of health as the catalyst that sparks innovation and makes the impossible, possible.