Programs

Endowment Fund

Our Endowment Fund

St. Joseph’s Foundation Endowment Fund is a powerful tool providing financial stability and a source of income for St. Joseph’s Care Group. The interest investment is used to meet the on-going needs for programs and services provided by the St. Joseph’s Care Group making long term planning possible.

Gifts to the Fund are invested, and will remain in the Fund in perpetuity. Each year the earned income from the investments is used to support the capital equipment needs and programming of St. Joseph’s Care Group.

Below are some of the ways donors support the endowment fund:

  • Estates Gifts
  • Stock or Share Transfers
  • Life Insurance Policy
  • Bequests
  • Monetary Donations

Gifts to St. Joseph’s Foundation Endowment Fund are tax deductible.

 

The Gift Box Gift Shops

The Gift Box’ are located at Hogarth Riverview Manor and St. Joseph’s Hospital. Each store provides convenient access for clients and the public to personal care items, clothing, sundries, giftware as well as Nevada, Grand a Day and Big Split 26 lottery tickets. All proceeds from the Gift Box provides funding to St. Joseph’s Care Group. Come and visit the Gift Box and see what treasures you can find.

 

Capital Equipment

Each year there are new requests for the replacement of equipment used in caring for our clients. We want our staff to have access to the best possible equipment to do that. Capital equipment needs are not funded by the provincial government so we rely on the support of donors to be able to buy those critical pieces of medical equipment. This year’s capital equipment list includes:

  • Bladder Scanners
  • Hi Lo Beds
  • Portable Vital Sign Machines
  • Ceiling Lifts
  • Bariatric Shower Commode
  • Digital Wheelchair Ramp Scale
  • Portable Hoyer Lift
  • Alenti Hygiene Lift

 

Lodge on Dawson

The Lodge on Dawson provides an opportunity for people struggling with chronic homelessness, as well as mental health and substance use challenges, to find a safe and supported environment. Transitional housing fulfils an unmet need in our community for people who want to make a positive change in their lives but first need to get their feet underneath them by having their basic needs met including a safe place to live, healthy foods and professional supports.

With a stable environment as a starting point, clients can move forward in setting long-term goals and address mental health and/or other addiction issues.