Scarborough Health Network Foundation

Love, Scarborough

For the first time in our history, we are proud to launch a mass media marketing campaign shedding light on the healthcare inequities in Toronto with a goal to raise $100 million dollars for our Scarborough hospitals.

Love, Scarborough launched through Globe & Mail

Read our full-page ad appearing in the Globe & Mail and Toronto Star on January 6, 2022.

Back us up

Scarborough deserves the same care that you get in other parts of the city. Back us up by donating directly to our Love, Scarborough campaign and help us reach our $100 million dollar goal.

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Scarborough Sans

The handwriting you see throughout this campaign came from real people. Their letters were compiled to create one typeface called Scarborough Sans – as unique and diverse as the people that it came from.

“I was raised in Scarborough and felt it was important to give back to the community that raised me during the hard times of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

“We wanted to support care in Scarborough, where we grew our business and where many of our employees lived. We know our investment in SHN will help care for them and their families.”

“When we come together in support of something as important as health care in Scarborough, it shines a light on the generosity and spirit of the entire community.”

“I truly believe donations are not just about money. The more you give the more you get, and giving makes us happier and more fulfilled.”

“SHN showed that I was more than just their patient – I was one of their people, and they went above and beyond the call of duty for me. That’s why I give – to recognize the sacrifices of others.”

SHN Foundation launches the Love, Scarborough campaign in the Globe & Mail

SHN Foundation launches the Love, Scarborough campaign in the Globe & Mail and Toronto Star on January 6, 2022.

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lifelong Scarborough resident, Jessica wanted to show support for the hospitals that have cared for her and her family over the years and throughout COVID-19.