Donor Recognition

We want to recognize each person or group that makes a contribution for the improvement of:

Medical Equipment | Facilities | Programs

DONOR SPOTLIGHT | Parker Kasko & Family

Parker's life was forever altered when he was unexpectedly diagnosed with stomach cancer.

This life-changing news could have easily led to despair, but Parker's relentless positivity and the boundless love and support from his friends and family allowed him to maintain a joyful and hopeful outlook.

His journey through this challenging time highlights the remarkable strength of the human spirit and underscores the vital role that a caring and supportive community plays in the healing process.

We encourage you to watch the video below to get to know Parker, an extraordinary individual, patient, and donor whose story is truly inspiring.

At the Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation, our mission is to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients. Your generous donations are essential in helping us achieve this goal.

Together, we can continue to provide critical support to individuals like Parker and foster a healthier, more compassionate community.


DONOR SPOTLIGHT | Garry Kohn & the Hebrew Congregation of Lethbridge

Earlier this year Garry Kohn and the Hebrew Congregation of Lethbridge donated funds that went toward purchasing a OPMI Lumera Microscope for the CRH!

This cutting edge microscope allows medical personnel to visualize the structures of the eye to the smallest detail and in the correct physiological form.
It is ued for several types of operations – including gray and green cataracts, and corneal and retinal operations.


The CRH Foundation maintains a distincitve art mural located in the atrium of the Chinook Hospital 
- this mural is a perpetual thank you to the community supporters who make our Hospital great.

Internationally acclaimed sculptor Alex von Svoboda created the initial design of the mural and today, members of the Old Man Potter's Guild continue to craft the legacy.

For more information, please contact the CRH Foundation at: (403) 388-6001 |



National Indigenous History Month

June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, a time to recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inutit, and Métis.

We would like to acknowledge thatr our work takes place on historical and contemporary Indigenous lands, including the territories of Treaty 6, Treaty 7 & Treaty 8 and the homeland of the Métis Nation within Alberta and 8 Metis Settlements. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous communities that have been forged in urban centres across Alberta.

To explore more on the history, languages, and experiences of Indigenous People in Canada click the link below!

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Your Donations At Work!!

We extend our sincere gratitiude to all our donors over the years, whose contributions have made a significant impact!

To learn more about the power of your generosity, click below:

Thanks to your support, we have been able to purchase two brand new Life Pak 15 V4+ devices for the Chinook Regional Hospital.

These advanced medical devices are now integral to the training of our Nursing and EMS students, enhancing their education and preparedness!

June is Men's Health Month!

We want to take this opportunity to remind men everywhere to take care of themselves, body and mind!

It's not a surprise to most people that a large population of us tend to put health issues at the bottom of the priority list - but with awareness and a whole lot of reminders just maybe that can change!

Even small actions can have a big impact in preventing many chronic diseases - such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and even some types of cancer.

For more check out

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Thank you for investing in the health of your community, your family and you!