Did you know that over the last 20 years our GOLF sponsors and participants alone have helped our charity raise over half a million dollars! In some cases which has helped us bring new healthcare equipment, services and programs to the region.
Some of those included Portable Ultrasounds for ER and OR, a Urology Laser, a new High Dependency Unit, refurbishment of the ER Family Room, OR equipment for Women’s Health, Breast Biopsy equipment, and equipment for Endoscopy. These are just a few. Almost every department at the CNRHC has benefited from this generosity.

2020 Charity Golf Tournament a Huge Success!

Perfect weather, happy golfers and $27,600 raised for a new bladder scanner to benefit post-surgical patients at the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Centre. We want to thank all our supporters, from those who sponsored teams, holes and prizes. Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors Aramark Canada, Labatt and Newfoundland Styro! We thank the golfers in attendance for even more support in buying tickets and playing the games on our holes. We give a shout out to the businesses - local and from far away, for donating over $6,000 in prizes!


We thank our volunteers, many who work at Central Health and took the day off to help. We thank Mike Browne, Executive Director of the Grand Falls Golf Club and his staff for helping us host such a successful event. We thank our Executive Assistant Cynthia Foss who worked tirelessly for months leading up to and on golf day to ensure its success! We thank our summer student Brooke Rendell for all her help to both Cynthia and myself, Wendy Houlihan, in the last 8 weeks. Thank you everyone for helping ensure the people of central Newfoundland have the best possible healthcare close to home!

SAVE THE DATE; Our 2023 Golf Tournament date is Thursday, August 10th! For more information on our tournament contact Foundation Executive Director at or (709) 292-2393.

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Each year, just before Mother’s Day, our donors have the opportunity to  support life-changing and life-saving projects for patients undergoing treatment at our regional health centre. The annual Mother’s Day Radiothon takes place on the Friday before Mother’s Day, in conjunction with the VOCM Cares Foundation and VOCM Radio.

2022 Radiothon nets $65,500

... and counting!

Thanks to many generous donors during our Mother's Day Radiothon, on Friday, May 6th, we are closer to our goal to to ensure every baby born at our regional hospital has the best possible start to a health life. This year's Radiothon supported "Project Special Delivery" to purchase specialized medical equipment, for newborns in distress, for the Women, Children and Obstetrical Unit at the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Centre. 

Thanks to a matching grant of $30,000 from the Department of Health & Community Services, we are well on our way to reaching our $80,000 goal! We are still accepting donations towards the project. If you would like to support Project Special Delivery, you can make a donation through this website, or call our office at (709) 292-2360.


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In partnership with the Independent Order of Oddfellows & Rebekahs, the Dial-a-carol continues to be one of our major fundraisers. Because of people like you, the annual Dial-a-Carol fundraiser, which takes place each December, has continued for four decades, and has raised over $250,000 to purchase everything from Sleep Apnea Monitors to CT scanners for the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Centre.

The Oddfellows and Rebekahs 41st Annual Dial-a-Carol. took place on December 6, 2020. Donations supported the Music Therapy Program at Hope Valley Youth Treatment Centre. In addition to $3,000 in pledges on Dial-a-Carol Day, our charity received $7,000 from each, the Central Newfoundland Hospital Auxiliary and Telus Community Ambassadors.

We thank all our donors to the Music Therapy program. Your donations will ensure this program continues for the next five years and beyond.

Photo: Jennifer King, Music Therapist at Hope Valley Youth Treatment Centre sports one of many new MP3 Players received for the youth at the treatment centre. The MP3 Players are just one tool to help the youths in their recovery.

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