Thanks to you, the people who live or spend time with us, live life as fully as they can, with joy and purpose.
When you participate in a Broadmead Care Foundation event, you have a direct and positive impact on our residents and clients. Your donations enable us to provide specialized programs and equipment to help those in our care live as fully as they can.
Make your story part of ours, so we can all continue to live life with joy and purpose.
Do you have an idea for a fundraising event?
Do you have an idea? We would love to hear it. Learn more about how you can bring your fundraising idea for Broadmead Care to life!
Worth a Shot 50/50
Broadmead Care’s Worth a Shot 50/50 happens twice a year. A fun and exciting way for to raise funds for people who call Broadmead Care home. Our next draw is taking place in March 2023. Click to learn more.
Ears to You is back!
Ears to You is offering FREE HEARING tests for Beckley Farm Lodge & Rest Haven Lodge this March. Learn more.
Pack up your paper files, and watch them get SHREDDED! Join us at our 2023 Shred-a-Thon event taking place on Saturday, April 29, 2023 Click to learn more.
Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Our 20th Anniversary Tournament will be taking place on June 1, 2023! Click to learn more.
This October, you’re invited to join us by running 35 km, or swimming, walking, wheeling, or cycling its equivalent, and use your effort to raise funds in support of the veterans, seniors, and adults with disabilities who live in our Care Homes. Click to learn more.
Aeroplan Points for Broadmead Care
Aeroplan and Air Canada want to help you make a difference. Through their online platform, members can easily donate Aeroplan points. Visit our Broadmead Care’s Aeroplan Charity Page to learn more about this program.
Broadmead Care & The Bottle Depot
Broadmead Care now has a charitable donation account at three Bottle Depot locations across Victoria! Drop off your bottles ANYTIME and advise cashiers at the beginning of the transaction that you would like to donate your refund to “Broadmead Care”.