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You can learn more about how your help is saving lives today and advancing reasearch that will provide new treatments in the future. Our publications share the stories of patients and the Sunnybrook teams who are there for them when it matters most.

Report to Donors


2016 Report to Donors

2015 Report to Donors

When a young woman can escape the devastation of stroke. When a baby born months too early can defy the odds and survive. When a cancer patient can be treated without life-crushing side-effect. When everything is on the line. When we need you the most, you are there.

2014 Report to Donors

We can save the life of a heart patient who had no hope. We can detect Alzheimer’s disease sooner. We can perform the most delicate surgeries, revolutionize the way we treat brain disease, shave precious minutes when a life is on the line. We can do this because of you.

Report to Donors - 2012/2013

As we look back at 2013, it is immediately apparent how integral the support of our donors was to the hospital’s success. More than $ 6 million was raised to support youth mental health programs and thanks to a $ 10 million donation from The Slaight Family Foundation, The Slaight Centre for Image-Guided Brain Therapy and Repair came into being. You will also read about stories of innovation and breakthroughs, stories of lives restored, of people and families made whole again.

Report to Donors - 2011/2012

Sunnybrook accomplished so much for our patients over the past year. In June 2012, we established the Frederick W. Thompson Anxiety Disorders Centre. In October 2012, we received funding that led to the Louise Temerty Breast Cancer Centre opening ahead of schedule. Our state-of-the-art Centre for Research in Image-Guided Therapeutics opened in November 2012. Read more about the life-saving care made possible by our donors.

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Report to Donors - 2010/2011

The past year was one of exceptional change and innovation for Sunnybrook. In September 2010 we opened the $160-million home for the Women & Babies Program. In March 2011 we opened the Dr. Brian W. Gilbert Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Read more about changes at Sunnybrook and how our donors are helping to save lives.