Our Vision

We support Sechelt Hospital and Sunshine Coast health care services by raising funds and awareness for equipment, facilities, special projects and staff development needs to benefit all Sunshine Coast residents.

Our 3 yr Action Plan

Over the next three years, Sechelt Hospital Foundation will focus on three core areas. We see a community where caring is an action word.

Give Where You Live

Donor contributions help transform the facilities and secure new equipment to help deliver excellent health care on the Sunshine Coast.

Upcoming Events

We’ve got some exciting events coming up, SHF Hospital Art Collection on the Art Crawl, Body of Light movie, and Resisting Vicarious Trauma & Burnout with Collective Care workshop.


We have a page with all of our MedTalks videos, enjoy!

Why Give?

Every gift makes a difference and stays in our community to support excellence in health care for all Sunshine Coast residents. Donations to Sechelt Hospital Foundation help to:

  • Purchase urgently-needed medical equipment
  • Fund facility upgrades that positively impact patient care
  • Support ongoing education of staff and community

Since 1995, the Sechelt Hospital Foundation, through the support of our donors, has raised and invested more than $14.5 million in new medical equipment, facility improvements, and staff education.

Ways to Give

Your all important donations go towards supporting Sechelt Hospital and health care needs on the Sunshine Coast.


Cash donations to Sechelt Hospital Foundation are simple and easy to do.


A Gift in Memory is a loving and lasting remembrance for a loved one.


Express appreciation for the services and care received at the Hospital.


Leave a legacy and make a difference in our community.

  • In January of 2018 the Foundation invited local artists and collectors to help us create a visually inspiring and caring environment here at Sechelt Hospital.

Recent Highlights

  • The Coaster’s Car Club presented Sechelt Hospital Foundation with a cheque for $6,312 from their 2019 Show & Shine. Proceeds will go to the area of greatest need at Sechelt Hospital’s Ambulatory Care Unit. Bob Hoy, owner of Wilson Creek and Gibsons IGA (far left),......

  • The Coasters Car Club presented Sechelt Hospital Foundation cheques for $5500 from their 2018 Show & Shine efforts.  Proceeds will go to the area of greatest need at Sechelt Hospital.  Bob Hoy, owner of Wilson Creek and Gibsons IGA (far right), who contributed $1500, is......

  • For Sechelt artist David Christensen, music was all he could offer following the untimely death of yet another friend. Christensen’s workmate Keith Comeau succumbed a few years ago to early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, and that sent Christensen on a road that has taken nearly four years......

  • A grateful patient contacted Sechelt Hospital Foundation with a unique question:  “I would like to thank the people who saved my life three years ago when I had a heart attack. What do the nurses of your Emergency Department need?” The answer to that question......