Learn how donations fund critical research in COPD that has the medical world watching.
In her work as a music therapist in the St. Paul’s Mental Health Program, Mara Sawchyn has had her share of touching moments.
Excited maternity staff await arrival of first “bili blanket.” This alternative way to treat jaundice allows baby to remain in mother’s arms during treatment.
Learn how seed money from St. Paul’s Foundation helped Dr. Don Sin secure a major grant from Genome Canada.
After years of suffering from COPD, a chance meeting meant Dennis Josey’s life was changed forever.
This Saturday, November 5, over 100 volunteers, most starting as early as 6am, will continue the tradition of joining the staff of St. Paul’s Foundation to set up the display for the Foundation’s Lights of Hope fundraiser. Set-up takes place at the Burrard entrance of St. Paul’s from 6am until mid-afternoon, with this entrance closed […]
Since the beginning, volunteers have played a critical role at St. Paul’s. The time they give is greatly appreciated; the jobs they do are all important. Here is one volunteer’s story.
Five leading health and research organizations in British Columbia and the world’s largest genomics organization, based in China, have formed a global partnership to bring together advanced technologies and individualized therapy for cancer and other diseases.
Each November, families from St. Paul’s and all across Vancouver join together to celebrate the start of the Christmas season at our Lights of Hope lighting ceremony and community celebration. Christmas music is a big part of it, and new for this year, we’re pleased to introduce the Lights of Hope Chorus! The Lights of […]
Having been diagnosed with anorexia at age 18, today Sierra, now 22, embraces her role in increasing awareness for disordered eating and body image disorders.