For Raza and Sadaf Hasan, supporting Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital became even more important once Oakville, along with the rest of Canada had been severely impacted by COVID-19.
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Carol Chen and Shawn Fang had heard about how important personal protection equipment (PPE) was for frontline workers caring for patients at hospitals in many communities.
When Samantha Nicol and Colin Eadie moved to Oakville two years ago, they were in search of something in particular. The couple, who both work in the financial industry in Toronto, moved from Ontario’s capital to their new home hoping they would find more of a social connection than they did in the big city.
Sheila and Dave Gore vividly remember an incredible moment that they had at the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital almost 40 years ago.
When their son-in-law Brian Mori passed away in the summer of 2020, long-time donors John and Pat Gandy knew they wanted to do something special to honour Brian’s memory at OTMH.
At one of Oakville’s most popular restaurants, Ritorno, there is a wall that looks back at you as you walk by.
Long-time supporter of Oakville Trafalgar Hospital, George Youssef, passed away unexpectedly in October 2020.