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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

Lights for Health: Niagara Health Foundation launches 2019 Celebration of Lights Campaign

Niagara Health Foundation is excited to launch its annual Celebration of Lights holiday campaign. The annual campaign directly supports Niagara Health sites; funding urgently needed equipment that is essential for patients and residents in our community.

Since 2014, community donations to Celebration of Lights have totalled more than $710,000. Last year, Niagara Health Foundation saw 1,000 totalled to the campaign and funded new equipment such as hospital beds and MRI machines.

Community members are encouraged to “celebrate recovery, support healing or honour someone special” by making a donation on behalf of a loved one. Donations over $50 will be written on a ‘Holiday Bulb,’ which will be displayed at a Niagara Health site of the donors choosing.

“Celebration of Lights is our largest campaign of the year, says Roger Ali, President and CEO, Niagara Health Foundation. “Much needed funding has been raised over the years due to the incredible support of all of our donors. With the help of our community, we are able to equip Niagara Health with the right tools they need to diagnose, treat and care for our loved ones when they need it most – close to home.”

This year, Niagara Health Foundation has launched a new website to generate awareness and donations for the campaign. The website,, is a user-friendly and mobile-friendly website that includes a heartwarming letter from Katrina about her son, Leo’s, incredible journey and experience at Niagara Health.

Donations to the 2019 Celebration of Lights campaign can be made at

About Niagara Health Foundation

Niagara Health Foundation raises funds to support Niagara Health for the advancement of health care in Niagara. Supporting Niagara Health in its mission, Niagara Health Foundation raises funds for priority equipment needs, redevelopment projects and patient programs at Niagara Health’s five sites, located in Welland, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Port Colborne, and Fort Erie.

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