A SYMBOL OF YOUR GRATITUDE
When you make a gift to Sault Area Hospital Foundation to honour a caregiver, they receive a card and a pin that represents the universal symbol of gratitude, no matter the gift amount.
Norman St. Germain wanted to recognize the great staff that are part of his care here at our local hospital. Although the entire Renal team takes great care of him, he indicated that RPN Karen Brunetta goes above and beyond to make him feel special. She helps him through his worst days. This is why he made a donation to our Foundation in her honour.
“It is so meaningful to be recognized in this way," said Karen Brunetta. "Saying thank you is one thing, but supporting our hospital at the same time; that is so precious to me because I see the donation being put to such great use, helping the patients of our community.”
Consider saying thank you with a gift
When you recognize an outstanding staff member by making a tax deductible gift to Sault Area Hospital Foundation, they receive a beautiful pin and a heartwarming thank you card with the news that a donation has been made in their honour.
Your donation also helps support the highest priority needs of the Sault Area Hospital, which includes the purchase of medical equipment.
Gratitude comes in many sizes
There is no minimum donation amount to recognize a caregiver. Every donation helps Sault Area Hospital Foundation purchase equipment that will help ensure our community can receive exceptional care, close to home.
You don’t need to know their name to say thanks
We can try to help you track down the person who helped you! Just make note of any details you remember: like the department, the date, or a description.
RECOGNIZE A CAREGIVER
Often our patients and families ask – how can I say “thank you” to my doctor, nurse, or team at SAH?
Did you know:
When gifts honouring a caregiver accumulate to $1,000, their name will be added to the Beacon of Hope In Honour recognition panel, located along the main corridor on level two of the Hospital.
These pins recognize the number of times a caregiver has been thanked with a donation - from 1 to 20+ times.