Zutphen donates $1 million in honour of their employees
The ICMH Charitable Foundation
is participating in a 50/50!
Horray for the Nova Scotia Healthcare Foundations 50/50!
We are so excited to share with you that we have joined forces with other healthcare foundations across the province to bring you a new monthly 50/50 lottery fundraiser!
How is our 50/50 different? Funds raised will be distributed evenly among all of the participants! The smallest foundation will receive the same amount as the largest. We’re working together to improve healthcare for everyone in Nova Scotia, because that’s what Nova Scotian’s do!
Funds raised will help purchase essential equipment and support community-focused programs in every participating foundation.
All of the participating Foundations are all working together to ensure that all Nova Scotians, rural and urban, can receive excellent quality care anywhere in the province with the funds raised via this exciting 50/50 initiative!
Our QR Code to Access the Draw
Use the social media links below to access more information on the 50/50
The Power of Giving in Our Communities
We are lucky to live where we live! Our communities in Inverness County, Cape Breton and our many visitors to our area are very gracious to our hospital in Inverness. You help our patients and our staff provide the best possible care here at home. You make things happen and your ongoing support is what we need and appreciate.
ICMH Oncology nurses with gas cards for their patients.
SMILE Cookie Campaign a success!!!
The Tim Horton’s SMILE Cookie Campaign was a success this year! Thank You to Tim Horton’s and everyone who purchased SMILE Cookies from May 1-7, 2023 at the Baddeck and We’koqma’q Tim Horton locations.
This year, 100 per cent of the proceeds from SMILE Cookie sales supported the Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital (ICMH) Charitable Foundation, Baddeck Auxiliary of the Victoria County Memorial Hospital as well as the Tim Horton’s Camp Foundation.
From the proceeds, the ICMH Charitable Foundation and the Baddeck Auxiliary each received more than $5,300.