St. Joseph’s Foundation of Elliot Lake
Helping Build a Healthier Community
St. Joseph’s Foundation of Elliot Lake continues the charitable works of the Sisters in our community.
Today’s healthcare costs continue to increase due to the demands of an ever-changing healthcare system. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for you and your family.
We ask for your support. Each gift is greatly appreciated.
If you would like to donate to St. Joseph’s General Hospital Elliot Lake, please visit our donation platform at CanadaHelps.org.
Donations can be made online or in person.
If you would like to donate to St. Joseph’s General Hospital Elliot Lake, you can do so in the business office with cash, cheque, or debit. Donations to the Foundation are only accepted in Cash or cheque in the Business office, Debit or credits donations can be made through online CanadaHelps.org.
Receipts for the Donations are provided right away or can be mailed to the given address Upon request.
- Business Office Hours:
- Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
- After Hours -Saturday – Sunday and holidays
- Payments can be made at Switchboard located at the front Entrance outside of Office hours.
- For your convenience, payments can also be made:
- By mailing a cheque or money order to St. Joseph’s General Hospital Elliot Lake.
- Over the phone by calling 705-848-7182 Ext 2422 during business hours (Visa, Mastercard).
- You may also drop off payment (cheque/money order) at Switchboard located at the Front Entrance.
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We’d like to introduce you to Jacquie O’Neil, who generously volunteers her time at both the Manor and Hospital (Palliative Care)… 20 years with the Manor, and a total of 30 in Palliative Care!
We asked Jacquie why she volunteers at SJGHEL and she told us “I just love people; love doing things to make people happy & to make their lives better. Everybody needs a kind word, needs a gentle touch.”
When asked what she liked most about volunteering at the Manor, she said “Those people are so grateful for every little thing – nothing big – that we do. Especially the ones with dementia or alzheimer’s are special to me.”
Besides her work in Palliative Care, Jacquie also collects jewellery and stuffed toys for Manor bingo and delivers them to the Manor, AND goes to St. Vincent DePaul for clothing for the Manor and Huron Lodge…with her wonderful sense of humour, she commented “I’m a distribution centre during the Pandemic!”
Thank you so much for all that you do, Jacquie!