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SCHF LogoThe role of the Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation is to provide the community with a range of opportunities to continually improve patient care at the Seaforth Community Hospital.

Since incorporation under the Canada Business Corporation Act in 1994, the Foundation has invested over $2 million in support of critical medical equipment, redevelopment and new technology to the Seaforth Community Hospital.

Ongoing support from the community is crucial to ensure that the necessary medical equipment, beyond Ministry of Health funding, is available when an emergency occurs. A gift will make a real impact at life's most crucial time.

“If we all give a little… we all get a lot!”

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The Schultz Legacy - Estate of Don & Cliff Schultz Gives $2 Million to Local Hospitals

May 6, 2022 

The Hospital Foundations in Clinton, Goderich, Seaforth and Wingham have each received a gift of over $500,000 from the Estate of the late Don and Cliff Schultz of Blyth.

Don & Cliff were brothers who lived and farmed in East Wawanosh all their lives. Neither married nor did they have any other siblings. The pair was committed to their farming enterprise and worked together seemingly with one mind to manage their 600 acre farm, mixed livestock, and custom farm work.

In their later years, when they stepped back from farming, the brothers became dedicated collectors of toy tractors, farming memorabilia and full-sized International farming equipment. The collection grew to over 80 big tractors and over 3,000 toy collectables.

Brothers, Don & Cliff Schultz pose 

Don & Cliff Schultz with International 1486 Farmall tractor

Cliff passed in 2013 at the age of 75 following a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. The collection was sold by public auction after Cliff’s passing and the farm was sold after Don’s passing in 2019 at the age of 83.

Both Don and Cliff, as well as their late parents Reg and Irene Schultz, all made use of the services provided by their
local hospitals. They were grateful to have healthcare available close to home. The brothers felt strongly that the community of Blyth and the surrounding area was a wonderful place to live and work. They were able to build a prosperous life for themselves in the community and wanted to share that prosperity back to the community through this generous estate gift to the four local hospital foundations, as well as three other small local charities.  

The Schultz brothers legacy will be that of safeguarding local healthcare for many generations to come. The Hospital Foundations in Clinton, Goderich, Seaforth and Wingham will put their generosity to good use by investing in up to date medical technology and facility improvements. Estate gifts, like that made by the Schultz brothers, serve local patients and put live-saving tools in the hands of the professional, compassionate caregivers who keep our families, friends and neighbours healthy.  

Foundation Members hold a cheque for over $2 million dollars 

Back L to R: Darren Stevenson, Clinton Public Hospital Foundation; Les Caldwell, Estate Executor; Ron LaVoie,
Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation; Kimberley Payne, AMGH Foundation
Front L to R: Jack Vincent, Estate Executor; Nicole Duquette-Jutzi, Wingham & District Hospital Foundation 


Media Contact:
Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation – Ron Lavoie – ron.lavoie@hpha.ca 

Ways to Donate

There are several ways to support the Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation:

Cheque:  Make cheques payable to the Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation and mail to:

                 Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation

                 PO Box 99, Seaforth, ON  N0K 1W0

e-Transfer: e-Transfer from your financial institution to seaforth.foundation@hpha.ca and let us know what type of donation (campaign, memorial, etc.), indicate memorial name if a memorial donation, and include your mailing address.

Online:  Donate via our CanadaHelps secure donation form.

 

Types of Donations

Foundation Campaigns are run to address the essential needs of the Seaforth Community Hospital. Your continued support is crucial for our annual summer and Christmas campaigns.

Community events run by groups and individuals. This is a great way for the community to get involved and invest in the health of our community. The Foundation is available to assist you with the planning of your event.

Cash Gifts from donors are used for needed patient care equipment at the Seaforth Community Hospital. Cash gifts enable the Hospital to continue to provide quality compassionate care to everyone who passes through our doors.

Memorial Gifts are a wonderful way to honor the memory of a deceased or loved one.

Tribute Gifts can be made to honour an anniversary, birthday, retirement or any other special occasion.

Matching Gifts are made by employers who generously match contributions from their staff. Contact your employer to find out if your company has a matching gift program.

Gifts in Kind are non-cash gifts including securities, real estate and other tangible property.

Planned Gifts are becoming an increasingly popular way to leave a lasting gift. Bequests made through your will, and special gifts made by other methods such as life insurance will help patients for years to come.

Events

Upcoming Events

  • July & August 2022 – Summer Newsletter 
  • September 21, 2022 - Annual General Meeting 
  • October 15, 2022- CKNX Healthcare Heroes Radiothon
  • December 2022 – Christmas Campaign Community Appeal Letter

Memorial Donations

The Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation expresses deepest sympathy to the family members and friends, and is grateful to those who have made memorial donations in 2021. 

 Kay BaerFrank Hulley
 Bruce BeaumontLucy Jones
 Jeff BrittonDoug Jones
 Lloyd BrodhagenFerg Kelly
 Donald BuchananRose Marie Kelly
 Matt CarnochanLaurie Kruse
 Brad CarnochanShirley Matthews
 George ClementsLeona McCarthy
 Betty ColemanJeanette McDowell
 Graeme CraigBetty Oldacre
 Heather CroninBarb Osborn
 Harvey DaleMillie Quance
 Clara A. DittmerMike Regier
 Ken DoigKevin Reiger
 Clara DucharmeEleanor Reilly
 James DucharmeEdward Scherbarth
 Laura EggertGwen Scott
 Wilfred ElliottWilliam Scott
 Andrea FinlaysonBarb Springall
 Jean FreriksRichard Ulch
 Les GlanvilleGreg Van Loon  
 George GrayRonald Weiss
 Brian HaleyTom Williamson
 Barbara Hoy

Past Memorial Donations

 

Equipment Donations

2020/2021

  • Computer Workstation on Wheels
  • Vital Signs Monitors
  • Air Scrubber
  • Portable Pressure Monitor
  • Ante Room Kit
  • COVID-19 Operating Expenses
  • Support the purchase of X-ray Equipment

2019/2020

  • Front load washer
  • OTRT Track and Hardware
  • Patient beds, over bed tables and bedside cabinets

2018

  • Transport Ventilator
  • Patient beds, over bed tables and bedside cabinets

2017

  • Ultrasound Probe Sterilization Unit and Cabinet
  • Therapeutic Ultrasound Units
  • Patient beds, over bed tables and bedside cabinets

2016

  • Ultrasound Machine
  • Suction & Oxygen Therapy Equipment

2015

  • Bariatric Chair
  • Bedpan Washer
  • Blood Bank Refrigerator
  • Coagulation Analyser
  • Conference Room Renovation
  • ECG Machine
  • Electronic Phlebotomy Chair
  • Therapy Surface Mattresses (2)
  • Vital Signs Monitor

2014

  • Defibrillator
  • X-Ray Portable Retrofit

2013

  • Bed Mattress
  • Cafeteria Furniture
  • Disinfector-Tornado Flusher
  • Portable Ultrasound System

2012

  • Automated Dispensing Cabinets
  • Bariatric Bed
  • Bedpan Flusher
  • Cafeteria Servery
  • Defibrillator
  • Hydrocolator with Hot Packs
  • Therapy Mattress Surface
  • Transport Stretcher
  • Vital Signs Monitor

2011

  • Automated Dispensing Cabinets (ADCs)

2010

  • Medical Imaging Digital X-Ray Unit
  • Quiet Room
  • Waiting Room Television

Click here to see donations from 1995 – 2009.

Contact Information

Seaforth Community Hospital Foundation
24 Centennial Drive, Box 99
Seaforth, Ontario NOK 1WO

Tel: 519-527-1650 Ext. 4234 | Email: seaforth.foundation@hpha.ca 

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