Siskinds the Law Firm
Siskinds LLP is heading down under on November 2, 2019! Join us and approximately 1,200 other local supporters at this high-energy night in support of the London Health Sciences Foundation.
Picture: Every year, Siskinds blends business with pleasure and attends CCA. Lawyers, Amanda Shaw, Madeleine McKinnon and Vivian Lui get into the spirit at the 2016 event.
Brent and Marilyn Kelman
Brent and Marilyn Kelman understand the importance of philanthropy in our health care system and are helping to attract and train the next generation of minimally invasive surgeons.
“I got to understand what donations could do for the improvement of health care.”
-- Brent and Marilyn Kelman
Prostate cancer survivor Terry Fletcher and his wife Sheila support leading-edge cancer research at LHSC and have a message for men who may be nervous about prostate cancer screening.
“Donors support research and research saves lives.”
-- Terry Fletcher
Paul and Barb Hebert
Paul and Barb Hebert turned unimaginable loss into incredible dedication to prevent other families from enduring similar heartbreak.
“Being the parent of a child suffering from mental illness is heartbreaking.”
-- Paul and Barb Hebert
Bob and Janet McCaig
Bob and Janet McCaig made a truly inspirational $1 million gift to enhance the delivery of care for patients in the region and transform the future of local health care.
“The inspiration to give comes from the understanding that there is a need.”
-- Bob and Janet McCaig
Philanthropist Terrence Donnelly’s impact on health care in London and throughout Southwestern Ontario is nothing short of extraordinary.
On June 30, 2014, the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced 86 new appointments to the Order of Canada - including philanthropist Terrence Donnelly, whose impact on health care in London and throughout Southwestern Ontario is nothing short of extraordinary.
When the 10-storey, state-of-the art North Tower at London Health Sciences Centre's (LHSC) Victoria Hospital opened on September 27, 2011, it became…
John and Lorraine Yeoman
The loss of a child, an unexpected quadruple bypass surgery and a breast cancer diagnosis might be too much for some couples to bear – but not for John and Lorraine Yeoman.
Life is a series of moments - some out of control, some thoughtfully planned out; some seemingly inconsequential, some heart breaking - and it is how you react and respond to those moments that can inspire a community.
The loss of a child before her prime, an unexpected quadruple bypass surgery and a breast cancer diagnosis might be too much for some couples to bear. However, for…