Attention Fraser Health employees! Here’s your chance to win cash and support Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation.
Fraser Health employees can join our Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation 50/50 Lottery, drawn every two weeks.
Each entry is $5, and you can purchase more entries to increase your chances of winning.
Rules of Play
- To be eligible to enter, you must be 19 years of age and on Fraser Health payroll as a regular full-time, part-time or casual employee.
- Complete and submit the form below to pay for your entries by Fraser Health payroll deduction. A report by payroll deductions is provided to RCH Foundation by Fraser Health payroll each pay period. You will only receive an entry in pay periods in which you have earned income. You will not receive entries during unpaid leaves.
- Winners must sign a release prior to receiving their cheque.
50/50 Lottery Sign Up
For employees on Fraser Health payroll: fill out this form to enrol in the current 2017/18 Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation 50/50 Lottery (License #93075, ending with April 17, 2018 draw). We will contact you for further information.
Important Information: As per our BC Gaming Licence, all lottery participants must re-apply every year. Renewal notices start in January, please check your email for your renewal reminder.
Have more questions? Contact Annalissa Magleo at Annalissa.Magleo@fraserhealth.ca or 604.520.4438. Print and fax your completed application form to 604.520.4439 or drop it off at the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation office, located in the hospital’s Health Care Centre lobby. Good luck! You can have a say in where 50/50 lottery proceeds are used.
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Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation has established the Peer Advised Impact Fund to support the purchase of medical equipment from the proceeds of the Royal Columbian Hospital Staff 50/50 Lottery.
Applications will be accepted for hospital equipment costing $10,000 and less (including all taxes and shipping) that will directly impact patient care at the hospital. The fund will support:
- equipment with demonstrated ability to improve patient comfort and/or care for a wide-range of patients
- equipment that enhances a health care provider’s ability to more safely and effectively care for their patients
There are three funding periods per year. Applications for funding can be submitted at any time. The submission deadline for each review is as follows:
- Application deadline of March 15, while the committee reviews and approves in April
- Application deadline of July 15, while the committee reviews and approves in August
- Application deadline of November 15, while the committee reviews and approves in December
Call for Volunteers: Peer Advised Impact Fund Committee
Are you a Royal Columbian Hospital Staff 50/50 Lottery participant? You have an opportunity to impact how the 50/50 Lottery proceeds are spent at Royal Columbian. Please consider serving on the Peer Advised Impact Fund Committee.
The Peer Advised Impact Fund Committee is responsible for the review and recommendation of funds from the Peer Advised Impact Fund.
The committee will comprise of the following:
- Foundation CEO (or designate) as Chair (Ex-Officio)
- Executive Director or Medical Director of RCH (Ex-Officio)
- Foundation staff representative as Secretary (Ex-Officio)
- Physicians, nurses, patient care coordinators, managers, and practice and clinic leaders
- No more than 12 members in total
- Members may serve a maximum of three years on the committee
- The committee will meet three times per year at the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation office.
- At no single meeting will the Committee approve equipment costing more than 40% of the available funds for that year.
- All members of the committee must agree to and adhere to the Foundation Conflict of Interest and Privacy policies.
Please note that all members of the committee, with the exception of the Foundation staff, must be active Royal Columbian Hospital Staff 50/50 Lottery participants.
If you are interested in serving on the Peer Advised Impact Fund committee:
Please send your full name, position, area/department and contact information to Annalissa Magleo.
The Royal Market runs Monday to Friday* and is located in the Health Care Centre lobby, adjacent to the Gift Shop.
The local vendors who participate in the program provide a variety of merchandise for sale. Each day is a unique shopping experience for staff, patients, volunteers and guests.
All proceeds go towards saving lives, restoring health and providing comfort to patients at Royal Columbian Hospital.
Please check our calendar for our updated list of Vendors.
(*Please note that the Royal Market is closed during holidays)
Interested in becoming a vendor at our Market?
Vendor applications are accepted year round with 3 review periods: March, July and October.
Upon review and approval, vendors will be sent a calendar with available booking dates.
Need more information?
Please contact Annalissa Magleo, Program Coordinator.
604.520.4438 or email email@example.com
Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation is proud to announce its inaugural Champions of Philanthropy.
By demonstrating their philanthropic commitment and making important contributions in support of the Foundation’s mission, the following members of Royal Columbian Hospital have distinguished themselves by encouraging their peers to give, inspiring their networks to engage and making their own charitable gift.
- Dr. Joelle Bradley is passionate about building partnerships. Her philosophy of engaging the community to achieve common goals mirrors the Foundation’s approach of working with others to move health care forward. Dr. Bradley, a hospitalist at Royal Columbian, has enlisted the support of the Foundation in her efforts to promote Advance Care Planning and is quick to identify opportunities that further the interests of all those involved.
- As manager of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Queenie Lai fosters an environment that leads to generous contributions. Parents of premature babies who spend time in the NICU regularly develop close connections with the staff in the unit, a culture that Queenie has encouraged by making sure families receive the support they need as much as the newborns do. That thoughtfulness is returned when families work with the Foundation to support the work of the neonatal team.
- Described as the heart and soul of the Ambulatory Care department, Dianne Laird has helped the Foundation continue to engage with donors who have supported the department and has introduced new donors to the organization. In her role as Patient Care Coordinator, Dianne provides reassurance and comfort to patients who are in need of care, ensuring their time with Royal Columbian Hospital includes compassion.
- Dr. Feisal Mohamedali is being recognized for spearheading the annual Making the Cut Charity Golf Classic fundraiser, which will be in its fifth year in June, 2017. During its first four years, the tournament has raised more than $120,000, which has helped to purchase some lifesaving medical equipment for the hospital. Dr. Mohamedali has dedicated countless hours to organize the annual event, which brings together hospital workers and foundation supporters for a day of golf and fun.
- Highly regarded around the hospital and a mentor to many in the Surgical department, Dr. Laurence Turner‘s leadership has been invaluable to the work of the Foundation. He has been instrumental in introducing innovative approaches to patient care during 40 years at Royal Columbian, including nine years on the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
These Champions of Philanthropy are the first to be honoured with this exclusive recognition, and Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation looks forward to growing its list of recipients annually from among the hospital’s team.
Do you have an idea that could improve patient care? Does it involve creating tools or technologies that don’t currently exist?
The Pain and Persistence Fund is a pilot program with a specific goal: to discover, develop, and commercialize innovative ideas at Royal Columbian Hospital. Starting now until the end of August, the Foundation will be looking to speak to any member of the Royal Columbian family, including physicians, nurses, technologists, and even patients who have ideas for new products, technologies, or medical tools.
This Fund aims to foster an innovative culture at Royal Columbian Hospital by providing:
- Financial support to selected projects as they achieve predetermined milestones
- Technical and entrepreneurial expertise for selected ideas
- A marketable idea summary for all ideas
- Basic peripheral research services for all ideas
- A suite of idea development materials to all participants.