We asked you to Picture This – a second and more powerful MRI scanner at Mackenzie Health – and you helped make it a reality.
Thanks to you, Mackenzie Health Foundation is celebrating the success of our $5-million Picture This fundraising campaign and we want you to know how grateful we are for your donations, your support in spreading the word and your commitment to ensuring Mackenzie Health provides the very best care possible to you, your family, neighbours and the community.
We have 5 million reasons to say thank you to every one of the 1,854 donors who pictured world-class medical imaging close to home. A new Picture This donor recognition wall in the Metrus Development Inc. Medical Imaging Department recognizes generous gifts of more than $10,000.
With the MRI’s arrival in August 2016, its positive impact on patient care was immediate. Thanks to this sophisticated, leading-edge diagnostic tool, Mackenzie Health is able to efficiently provide 3,600 more scans every year, which is making a world of difference for our patients awaiting diagnosis of illness or injury.
We simply couldn’t have done it without you. We hope we can continue to count on your generosity and support, so Mackenzie Health can continue to meet the needs of our community by providing exceptional care, close to home.
MORE EXCEPTIONAL DONORS
On Tuesday, September 25, John A. D’Angelo, Giuseppe Maio and Claudio Memme of HBNG Holborn Group donated $2M to Mackenzie Health Foundation’s $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign.
On Wednesday, May 30, TransCanada Corporation announced pledged $250K to Mackenzie Health Foundation’s $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
On Tuesday, March 27, Anatolia Tile + Stone pledged $1 million to Mackenzie Health Foundation’s $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign.
The Carlo and Angela Baldassarra Family pledges $5M to Mackenzie Health Foundation’s $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Longo’s Family Charitable Foundation’s gift of $1 million to the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital inspired by a sense of family.
Giving to Mackenzie Health was an easy choice: their customer base resides in the Vaughan area and it is the hospital for many of their employees and clients.
Siblings Edward Sorbara, Marcella Tanzola and Gregory Sorbara stand together before a rustic log cabin that is a symbol both of their family’s deep ties to Vaughan and of the proud heritage that has helped to make Vaughan the progressive city it is today.
Through an annual golf tournament marking the birthday of the late James Peek, his family has generated nearly $400,000 to help raise awareness of mental health issues.