Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnerships

“I love having the opportunity to give
back because I know just how important
it is for the doctors and staff to have
access to the best resources when
patients need them.”

~ Chef Thierry

Become a corporate partner and make a difference to the health care of British Columbians. Please connect with us to find the best way to involve your organization with St. Paul’s Foundation.

Lights of Hope

At the darkest time of year, Lights of Hope illuminates Vancouver’s Burrard Street corridor and transforms the façade of St. Paul’s Hospital into a beacon of light and joy. But this spectacular showcase is more than just a beloved holiday tradition: it’s one of St. Paul’s Foundation’s most visible—and most important—fundraising campaigns. When you support Lights of Hope, you give us the funds-and the flexibility-to meet the greatest needs of patients and staff throughout the Providence Health Care network.

Please contact us to learn more!

James Bacon
Manager, Corporate Partnerships
778-682-6477
jbacon@providencehealth.bc.ca

Feast of Fortune

Feast of Fortune is St. Paul’s Foundation’s signature fundraising gala. Each year, in advance of Lunar New Year, this spectacular event entertains a sold-out crowd in support of compassionate, inspired care. You can support Feast of Fortune by becoming a sponsor, buying a table, donating an auction item, or simply making a donation.

Please contact us to learn more!

James Bacon
Manager, Corporate Partnerships
778-682-6477
jbacon@providencehealth.bc.ca

Cause Related Marketing

  • Cause Related Marketing

    Thank you for your interest in developing a cause-related marketing program in partnership with St. Paul’s Foundation. A cause marketing campaign can be an effective way to engage your staff, customers, and other stakeholders. By donating a portion of sales from a good or service, you can make a difference in your community whilst putting your business first.

  • Please download and submit our Cause Related Marketing request form to James Bacon, Manager, Corporate Partnerships , or complete the following:
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  • Please note:

    As per Canada Revenue Agency regulations, St. Paul’s Foundation cannot issue tax receipts for contributions from this type of fundraising initative as it it deemed the funds have been generated from a dual-benefitting relationship. We can only issue acknowledgement receipts for these funds.

    St. Paul’s Foundation requires creative review and will provide written approval for any use of the St. Paul’s Foundation in support of logo or name on marketing materials.

Shares and Mutual Funds

Donating shares or mutual funds is a tax-effective way to give. Click here to learn more.

Employee Giving

Workplace giving is an easy way for employees to make tax-deductible donations. It’s also a great opportunity to bring philanthropy into your corporate culture. We can help you set up a payroll deduction plan to facilitate your employees’ gifts to St. Paul’s Foundation. Your company can also match employee donations to encourage participation and double your organziation’s generosity.
For recognition opportunities or for more information on participating in a workplace giving program, please contact:

Loretta Lawrence
Director of Campaign, Corporate
604-806-9106
llawrence3@providencehealth.bc.ca

Do you work for Providence Healthcare?

You can make a difference by making a donation to St. Paul’s Foundation. Help address greatest needs at St. Paul’s or designate funds within your program or group.

For any questions regarding a workplace donation, please contact:

Sara Cruikshank
Development Officer
604-806-9646
scruikshank@providencehealth.bc.ca

Monthly Donor

You can make a regular monthly gift to St. Paul’s Foundation directly from your salary or payroll. Automated donations give you an easy, powerful way to help every day of the year. Click here to make a monthly donation.

Community Events

Looking to host an event that will donate proceeds to St. Paul’s? Click here to learn more.

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