Portage District General Hospital Foundation
Impacting lives, together
Hospitals and care facilities play important roles in the milestones of individuals, families, and communities – whether through the birth of a child, that first broken bone, or saying goodbye to a loved one. The Portage District General Hospital Foundation is dedicated to raising funds for the Portage District General Hospital, Douglas Campbell Lodge, and Regency House. Through the contributions of our supporters, we’re able to help the appropriate departments acquire the medical equipment and additional assets that aren’t covered by government healthcare funding.
Our mission is simple. We strive to enhance, enrich, and maintain a high-level quality of healthcare at all three facilities. And we’re able to do it because of your desire to make an impact, to leave a legacy.
Support and Win!! The Portage District General Hospital Foundation is excited to host this payroll 50/50 draw for SH-SS and Portage Clinic staff. The PDGH Foundation only exists through the generous donations from our supporters. We thank you for your support. Every time you donate, you help heal real people, provide comfort and peace during difficult times, and create hope in the face of adversity. For every life you touch through your donation, we say a heartfelt thank you.
Upcoming Event Dates
Saturday, February 25th 2023 at Herman Prior
Friday, May 26th 2023
Friday, October 20th 2023
First view of new Portage hospital
Work is already underway to make room for the new Portage la Prairie District General Hospital. The project is a much-anticipated effort first proposed by the hospital Foundation's executive Director Tara Pettinger. The plans for the site include 40 per cent of the...
Portage District General Hospital Foundation holding gala tonight!
The annual gala for the Portage District General Hospital Foundation is being held tonight with no COVID-19 restrictions! Executive director Tara Pettinger says, while they were able to hold a gala last year, those in attendance had to wear a mask if they weren’t at...