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Healthy women. Healthy babies. Healthy families. This is the driving spirit behind every program, every equipment purchase and every act of care at BC Women's. 

 

Your Donation

Your donation to BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre Foundation helps the women and newborns of British Columbia.

The highest risk pregnancies and births, and the most critically-ill newborn babies in the province are sent to BC Women's for the highest level of specialized care.   

BC Women's care is not only about delivering babies.

As the provincial resource for all aspects of women's health, we offer services from breast and cervical cancer screening to chronic disease support to HIV/AIDS care to issues of abuse or assault.  As an academic health sciences centre affiliated with the University of British Columbia, BC Women's is a national leader in educating and training doctors, midwives, nurses and allied health professionals in all aspects of women's and newborn health.

For every woman and newborn you love.

Better care begins with you.

Your donation to BC Women's extends to every woman and newborn in BC.  Your donation ensures that they have a place in healthcare to call their own.  

Please give generously to the only hospital in BC with a provincial mandate to meet the healthcare needs of women and newborn babies.

To download a printable donation form please click here and mail or fax it back to us at:

Mailing Address: D310 - 4500 Oak St. Vancouver, BC V6H 3N1
Phone:  604-875-2270 Fax: 604-875-2621

Meet our little patients! 

Baby Tile

BC Women's Baby Tile program is a perfect way to show appreciation for a special baby.  It's easy to order your baby tile, or to create a personalized fundraising page for your baby tile  which family and friends can make a donation to. 

BC Women's NICU

The BC Women’s Newborn ICU is one of the most unique and complex medical environments anywhere in BC.

Our tiny patients are so sick and fragile and require such a high degree of specialization in their care that it would be impossible for our doctors and nurses to function without advanced, life-saving equipment, technologies and innovations.


Our equipment is aging.


Today, without a substantial infusion of funding for new equipment, BC Women’s Newborn ICU will struggle to remain at the forefront of newborn intensive care. New technology is crucial to saving babies’ lives. Dramatic advances in neonatal technologies are rapidly transforming the delivery of care to premature and critically ill newborns. It is vital that BC Women’s Newborn ICU replace its aging equipment immediately, while also investing in the next generation of state-of-the-art neonatal technologies. The lives of premature babies and critically ill newborns depend on it.


The need is urgent.

There are priority needs at BC Women’s Newborn ICU that cannot wait. We need to take action now. The Newborn ICU’s most urgent needs include advanced incubators, cardio-respiratory monitors, specialized transport incubators and emergency transport equipment, to name a few.

The future depends on it.


To provide the very best critical care to newborns, BC Women’s Newborn ICU needs the very best tools. Only the help and generosity of dedicated and visionary donors can make that happen.

Building on the annual core funding government provides, we are calling on the generosity of corporate leaders, community organizations and compassionate, committed, caring donors to help realize the bold vision – one that promises to take newborn intensive care at BC Women’s Newborn ICU to even greater levels of excellence.

Donations to BC Women’s Newborn ICU Campaign will have a powerful, direct and immediate impact on the delivery of care to critically ill newborns.

Please make a donation to BC Women's Newborn ICU and join our family of visionary donors.

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