More than 650 business leaders came together Tuesday at the EY Centre to support The Royal Ottawa Foundation’s Leaders For Mental Health Breakfast.
The foundation beneath Cornerstone Housing for Women got a whole lot stronger on Saturday as a sold-out crowd of 250 supporters turned out to donate, dance and do good.
Gourmet on the Gridiron, presented by Site Preparation Limited, was held Monday night for its third time at the TD Place stadium at Lansdowne.
Guests heard of the exciting times ahead as the hospital begins building a new Carling Avenue campus with the goal of revolutionizing the future of health care.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death worldwide, said Lianne Laing at Thursday morning’s launch of JUMP IN for Women’s Heart Health.
The event, now in its third year, is hosted by Ottawa tax lawyer Dean Blachford as a way of bringing professional chartered accountants together for a fun afternoon.
The popular fundraiser for the OSEG (Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group) Foundation was back at TD Place stadium after getting benched by the pandemic over the last two years.
"I think we're still embarrassed to admit how profoundly the pandemic has negatively affected mental health and driven people into addictions and other forms of crisis."
After a pandemic-imposed hiatus, the popular food and drink fundraiser for Shepherds of Good Hope made a delicious comeback.
The sold-out event at Eagle Creek Golf Club saw 144 participants raise $190,000 for research at the UOHI.