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2011 05-28 tsh foundation

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Caring For You, Caring For Our Community 2011

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2011 05-28 tsh foundation

  1. 1. The Scarborough Hospital & FoundationMichael Mazza, CFREPresident and CEOThe Scarborough Hospital FoundationMay 28, 2011
  2. 2. Some Canadian Hospital historyLate 1880s many Canadian hospitals built and operated by religious organizations – Catholic nuns (St. Josephs hospitals) – Salvation Army (hospitals named Grace) – Seven Day Adventists (Bransom) – Women’s Christian Organizations – Jewish (Mount Sinai/Jewish General) 1940s – built municipal or city owned hospitals
  3. 3. The Scarborough Hospital1950s – Miseracordia Nuns: ScarboroughGeneral Hospital1980s – Salvation Army: The ScarboroughGrace Hospital1999 – amalgamation of the two:The Scarborough Hospital
  4. 4. Public Healthcare• Canadian system is not the same as the British system:• 1966 – Medicare• 1984 – Canada Health Act• 1980s – hospital foundations created to meet non-operating needs – technology explosion, need for new buildings to replace those built in 1920s through 1970s• Last year $1.2 billion donated to hospitals and healthcare in Canada
  5. 5. Ontario: how hospitals are funded today• 90/10 funding from Ministry of Health & Long Term Care for buildings• Our hospital: $340M, almost 80% is for salaries, then operating costs (food, medications, utilities), approx. $6M for equipment each year• Community (through the Foundation): $3 million a year
  6. 6. TSH Foundation• The philanthropic and fundraising arm of the hospital• Volunteer board of directors, volunteer committees, 8 employees• We exist to meet needs of the community, served by the hospital• Recent campaigns: West Wing ($20M for emergency and critical care building), CT Scanners: $2.6 million• $40 million since 1990s
  7. 7. Perspective….. Incubator: $33,000Defibrillator: $17,000
  8. 8. 5,300 babies born annually Fetal Heart Monitor: $35,000
  9. 9. Laparoscopy Laparoscopy Tower: Instruments: $110,000 $22,000
  10. 10. Hemodialysis Machine: $35,000 Tympanic Thermometer: $250 Over-bed Table: $400
  11. 11. MRITotal Project: $5 Million
  12. 12. How do we raise money? Events Scarborough Chinese Outreach Committee has raised $1.5 million since 1996 Canadian Tamils’ Chamber of Commerce has raised $161,000 since 2001
  13. 13. How do we raise money?Direct Mail & Grateful Patient Raised $280,000 in 2010/11
  14. 14. How do we raise money? Bequests & EstatesRaised $350,000 in 2010/11A single gift of $519,000 from Hospital Baker in 2009
  15. 15. How do we raise money? Major GiftsAnonymous $3.1 million gift – largest gift in Hospital’s history

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