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Impacting today and future generations

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The Aberdeen Health Foundation’s funding streams combine to enhance the health of our community and quality health care close to home. As we strive to respond to current needs, we also focus on programs that will positively impact the health of future generations. Our priorities include investing in the health system, population health, and continuing education. In addition to the funding priorities below, the Frank & Irene Sobey Fund gives us the flexibility to respond to emerging needs in any area of health, either within or beyond the walls of the hospital.
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Health System

Investments in the health system impact patient access and care in a variety of areas. You can help by giving to one of the following:

Jim Gogan Medical Equipment Endowment: Advancing patient care through technology and program enhancements.

Palliative Care Fund: Providing perpetual support to enhance palliative care services in Pictou County.

Donald Horne Endowment for Children’s Health: Enhancing direct patient care to children in Pictou County.

Oncology Patient Fund: Supporting patients with extra expenses related to their diagnosis and treatment, including travel, medication, and medical devices.

Gratitude Program: Recognizes staff who have gone the extra mile and provides a meaningful gift of appreciation.

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Population Health

Good health is our greatest resource. To advance population health in Pictou County, we work with community partners to identify and address barriers that prevent people from achieving their full health potential. You can join us by giving to one of the following:

Children’s Aid Society (CAS) Endowment: Funding for community projects that promote healthy child development.

Sandbar Mental Health Endowment: Funding to enhance mental health programs and care in Pictou County.

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Continuing Education

Everyone benefits when our health care workers are provided with opportunities to learn and adapt to innovations in technology and best practice. Join us in our commitment to continued learning by giving to any of these funds:

Bain Langley Palliative Care Education Endowment: Continuing education and training for medical staff and volunteers working in the palliative care program in Pictou County.

Johnnie Miles Williston Education Fund: Continuing education that will enhance patient and community care.

Edith Were Fraser Family Memorial Endowment: Continuing education for nursing staff in Pictou County.

Your generosity is making a profound difference. Every gift helps us to provide funding for new treatments, technology, and health care initiatives at the Aberdeen Hospital and in our community.