Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary’s 60th Birthday Bash

THE mount sinai hospital auxiliary
pride in our past, building our future

In 1953, Mount Sinai Hospital moved from their original location on Yorkville Avenue to University Avenue in Toronto, and it was at this time the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary was established. Our mandate was then—and remains today—to assist the Hospital with raising funds and community awareness to provide the best patient care. Through our special events and other fundraising initiatives, the Auxiliary is one of the largest single donors to Mount Sinai Hospital. We could not achieve our success without the loyal and strong support of the community.

Mount Sinai Hospital was established by this group of dedicated women. In 1922, four community-minded women banded together to raise $12,000 to purchase 100 Yorkville—the first home of Mount Sinai Hospital. That tradition to dedication and fundraising is even stronger today. The Auxiliary continues to be the largest hospital auxiliary in North America with hundreds of members who continue to raise sustaining funding for the world-renowned patient care,teaching and research that Mount Sinai Hospital is known for.

The Auxiliary is currently supporting Mount Sinai Hospital through a $4.5-million campaign focused on women’s and infants’ health. Our funding ensures state-of-the-art healthcare is provided to critical needs supporting our pledge, including: Marvelle Koffler Breast Centre, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute and the Peter A. Silverman Centre for International Health.

With pride in our past, we are working to build the future of the Auxiliary and hope you will join us to support this campaign and impact a new legacy of philanthropic support.

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Join us on Sunday, September 22 at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in celebration of the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary’s 60th anniversary.

This fête will evoke the glitz and glamour of the 1950s, reliving the exhilarating early years of the Auxiliary and a decade when Toronto came to life—with a buzzing new subway system, exciting nightlife and an era where beautiful women starred in big picture films while leading men mixed cocktails. Toronto’s own jazz crooner, Matt Dusk, and his 18 piece orchestra will entertain Auxiliary supporters who believe in the pride and vision of our storied Hospital.

Tickets $500

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