In the News
With your help, we're investing in lifesaving state-of-the-art equipment, innovative tools and compassionate care and programs for patients, residents and families in communities across Alberta.
A $40,000 gift made possible through donations to Covenant Foundation has been used to purchase a new lifesaving dialysis machine in the intensive care unit at Misericordia Community Hospital.
The new Fastpak Verification machine is not only good for patient care and safety, it's also another innovative tool to help achieve efficiencies in health care.
Zurich Canada's generous gift to support the COVID-19 response will make a tremendous impact on the efforts of people like Chelsy Vanderberg, who works as a nurse in the emergency department at Covenant Health’s Grey Nuns Community Hospital.
Edmonton students launch social media campaign to raise funds to meet the most critical needs of Covenant hospitals and continuing care homes during the pandemic.
Ava Bothe is taking her passion for art and using it to help support the health care response to the COVID-19 crisis from the frontlines.
Covenant Foundation is grateful to Rohit Group for generously donating $10,000 donation to help purchase hundreds of gift cards to local restaurants for the University of Alberta Medical Student Army.
As we continue to honour our mission to support compassionate, family-centred care for those we serve, the Foundation is taking steps to ensure that work continues in a way that supports the country’s public health response to COVID-19.
The P.A.R.T.Y. program educates nearly 5,000 students on the risks surrounding alcohol and drug impairment every year .
Thanks to the generous support of donors, a new homelike environment is providing more dignity and comfort for patients and families facing the emotional journey of end-of-life care at the Mel Miller Hospice at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre.
A $50,000 donation from the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation to Covenant Foundation will help support daily, basic needs of hundreds of foster children and teens from Edmonton and northern Alberta.