Fundraising Events


The Clinton Public Hospital Foundation hosts and participates in a number of fundraising events, including the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation Biennial Gala, Clinton Raceway’s Biennial Legends Day and the Annual CKNX Healthcare Heroes Radiothon.  By attending or supporting these fundraising events and other events dedicated to raising funds for the Foundation, you are making a significant contribution to the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation’s mission and the healthcare in our community.  You may consider supporting these events by volunteering, sponsorship, purchasing tickets and/or donating prizes.


Other Ways You Can Help

  1. Host your own Third-Party Fundraising Event and donate the proceeds to the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation.  As an individual, group, business or organization, you can make a significant contribution to the Clinton Public Hospital and the health of those in our community.  Please read our Third-Party Fundraiser Guidelines and complete the Third Party Fundraising Event Proposal and Agreement therein.  Once both the proposal and agreement have been completed, feel free to forward along to the Foundation Office either by mail, in person or by email.  Please contact the Foundation Office for approval, prior to using the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation’s name in any event.
  2. Volunteer your time to help with the organization, set up and/or assist on the day of our fundraising events.  Through the contribution of your time and talents, you are greatly supporting the work of the Foundation.  Many hands make light work.
  3. Participate as a director on the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation Board of Directors.  As a director, you can have a direct impact on the contributions the foundation makes in support of the health of this community.
    • Criteria for Board Membership:
      • Willing to accept and promote the mission, goals and objectives of the foundation.
      • Possess the ability and a willingness needed by the board and its’ committees and/or represent one or more constituencies needed to provide balance to the board’s membership.
      • Able and willing to serve effectively, as a public representation of the organization and encourage the involvement of others in the work of the foundation.


This amazing lady found a unique way to raise money for charity. She swam 80 laps to celebrate her 80th birthday. Marg Makins (centre) canvassed for sponsors and raised money for the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation and the Vanastra Recreation Centre. Accepting on behalf of Foundation is Darren Stevenson (left) and for the VRC is Lisa Berard (right).