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Donating to Broadmead Care

Providing 24-hour care for hundreds of veterans, seniors and adults with disabilities every day requires community support. Government funds cover the basics, but extras like overhead lifts, beds, mattresses, creative arts, music programs, spiritual care and gardens only happen if people donate. Broadmead Care is a registered charity #12929 0383 RR0001 and all donations are eligible for a tax receipt.

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Volunteering at Broadmead Care

Volunteers play a vital role in making every moment matter for Broadmead Care residents and clients. We are grateful to the 175 volunteers who share approximately 900 hours of their time each month assisting staff to maintain an environment that supports retained abilities, celebrates successes, fosters hope, and promotes social involvement.

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$100,000 Matching Gift Campaign

Rudi Hoenson is a long-time benefactor of Broadmead Care and a WWII veteran, ex-prisoner-of-war and survivor of the atomic bomb in Nagasaki.Rudi has given an amazing gift of $100,000 in support of our Veterans and seniors here at the Veterans Memorial Lodge at Broadmead.

In celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary and in support of our Veterans, any donation towards the Veterans Memorial Lodge at Broadmead – small or large – will be matched by Rudi to a total donation from him of $100,000.

These gifts will help Make Every Moment Matter for our residents, from the purchase of new equipment and furnishings, supporting our programs like music and memory, creative arts and spiritual services, as well as the extras in life that most of us take for granted.

To have your donation matched click here and choose to support the Veterans Memorial Lodge at Broadmead.