The Online Gift is an easy a safe waty to contribute to the Gatineau Health Foundation mission.
You can dedicate your donation to a sector or make a general gift for where it is needed the most.
Consider the option of giving monthly. You will be able to better plan your commitment while offering the Foundation a stable and constant source of income and responding to the various investment priorities of the Outaouais CISSS.
Make your cheque or money order out to the Gatineau Health Foundation, and send it to the following address:
Gatineau Health Foundation
900 De la Carrière Blvd. Suite 202
Gatineau (Quebec) J8Y 6T5
To donate by phone, contact us at 819-966-6108.
Our business hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
An In Memoriam Gift allows you to honor the memory of a loved one and offer your sympathies to family and loved ones, while helping to improve health care in the Outaouais.
When you make a donation in memory of a loved one, the Foundation sends, at your request, a card to the family concerned, in order to inform them.
You can donate online, by mail or over the phone.
Individuals, companies or foundations choose to carry out their philanthropic will through a substantial donation. These major gifts can take the form of a one-time gift or be made in installments over a number of years. Donors can choose to dedicate their donation to a sector or project. A major gift provides immediate benefits and contributes significantly to the improvement of health care and social services in the Outaouais.
Thinking of making a substantial donation to the Foundation? Contact Chantal Dompierre, Director of Major and Planned Gifts: 819-966-6108, ext. 305 or by email
Strategic gift planning is a targeted and strategic financial approach designed to optimize a donation’s impact, both for the donor and for the Gatineau Health Foundation.
Gift planning encourages donors to reflect on the legacy they will leave behind. Professional gift planners and advisors working in the fields of financial planning, accounting, law and insurance can help you with the strategic planning of your donations to the Gatineau Health Foundation.
Planned giving can take many forms to better reflect your philanthropic aspirations or your family and fiscal situations.
TYPES OF PLANNED GIFTS:
For any question regarding planned gifts or to participate in a personalized consultation, please communicate with Chantal Dompierre, Director of major donations and planned gifts: 819-966-6108, ext. 305 or by email
Community Involvement is participating in an organization with the intention of contributing to the well-being of the community.
The Foundation provides you with several platforms to create, manage and share your own fundraiser for the benefit of the Gatineau Health Foundation.
MY FUNDRAISING PAGE is a platform that allows you to organize a fundraising activity of your choice, whether with friends, as a couple, with family, with colleagues, at school, in your community or on your own. Set a fundraising goal, then mobilize your loved ones to participate or make a donation. > Learn more
La Marche en Rose, is a fundraising activity dedicated to improving the care of patients affected by breast cancer. The profits are invested in projects relating to the diagnosis and / or treatment of breast cancer. Sign up and challenge yourself to raise funds for this cause that is close to your heart. > Learn more
Le Cyclotour Santé is a fundraising activity that aims to support the various development projects of the Gatineau Cancer Center. Register and take on a cycling challenge in addition to raising funds for the fight against cancer. > Learn more
As a business, you can have a tangible impact on the health and well-being of your community by supporting our events.
We have partnership and sponsorship plans to meet the needs and capacity of your organization, regardless of its size. Here are a few examples:
By being creative, we will be able to establish a win-win partnership for the benefit of the cause and the entire population.
Afin de bien encadrer le don en nature ou en services, la Fondation a établi des règles qui devront être respectées. (Référence à la politique sur la réception des dons, adoptée par le Conseil d’administration le 26 janvier 2016)