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Let the frontline know you’re here for them.

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The world is in an uncertain place right now. Across our community, families and workplaces are trying to adjust to life during the COVID-19 outbreak.

As the referral centre for specialized respiratory and thoracic disease in Waterloo Region, the crisis is placing unprecedented pressure on St. Mary’s, and creating a difficult reality for the hardworking frontline staff. Despite inherent risk to themselves and their families, they remain committed to providing lifesaving care for those in need.

You can help them by making a donation, and you can thank them by sharing a message of support with them.

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The best way to help St. Mary's frontline is to make a financial donation.today. You will be helping to purchase the critical equipment and supplies they urgently need to protect themselves and care for the increasing number of patients. And when you give now, Manulife will match your donation dollar-for-dollar, effectively doubling the impact it will make.

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Along with your gift, share a personal message of support for these dedicated frontline workers. Your note will be displayed proudly in St. Mary’s lobby for staff to see as they arrive for their shift each day.

In challenging times, you can’t help but admire the bravery, determination, selflessness and generosity shown by so many. We’ve never needed these strengths more than today. We are all in this together

If you can donate, please make a gift to St. Mary’s COVID-19 fund today.

With gratitude,

Susan Dusick
President & CEO,
St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation

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*Donations are matched by Manulife up to $200,000

If you are hoping to provide a donation of goods or services to the hospital staff, please complete the form found here.

For the latest local COVID-19 information visit www.regionofwaterloo.ca/COVID19. If experiencing even mild symptoms of COVID-19 - fever, cough, or difficulty breathing -  you are asked to stay home and call Region of Waterloo Public Health first at 519-575-4400.