Women In Philanthropy

Inspire Women’s Leadership in Healthcare Philanthropy

Women In Philanthropy at Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation brings together like-minded women who want to help transform healthcare for Ottawa and our region.

Collectively, Women In Philanthropy members will invest in advanced programs and services at Queensway Carleton Hospital that respond to our community’s most pressing healthcare challenges.

Advance Healthcare Together 

Women In Philanthropy members pool their donations to create a fund that is awarded annually to one of three Queensway Carleton Hospital short-listed projects that address urgent healthcare challenges within our community.

The winning project is determined by members at an annual voting meeting where the projects are presented.

Networking Opportunities

Women In Philanthropy events provide the opportunity for members to meet other women who are committed to improving healthcare in our community, and to learn how their generosity is making a difference.

Become A Member

Join today with a minimum, high-impact annual donation of $1,200 ($100/month), or $600 ($50/month) for women under 40 years of age. A charitable tax receipt will be provided for the full amount of your donation.

Members will receive an invitation to three meetings per year, and will have an opportunity to vote annually to select a nominated project for support from Women In Philanthropy.

JOIN TODAY!

Women In Philanthropy – About The Program (PDF)

Women In Philanthropy – Registration Form (PDF)

 

For more information, please contact Nancy Crump at 613-721-4700 ext. 1073 or ncrump@qch.on.ca.

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Upcoming Women In Philanthropy Meetings – (For members only) 

QCH Showcase – Date TBD 

Come for a behind the scenes tour to see how your support will help transform healthcare at QCH.

Voting Meeting – Tuesday, September 24, 2019 

Your opportunity to vote for a project to be supported by Women In Philanthropy funds.