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Up Coming Events

New Canvas of Life
May 17, 2022

New Canvas of Life

TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2022 | 6:30 - 10:00 P.M. | MUSEUM LONDON

New Canvas of Life is a fun-filled event celebrating local artists in support of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at London Health Sciences Centre. The evening includes an Art Battle Live Painting performance, an art auction and emceed entertainment with the always-captivating Layne, The Auctionista. During the reception, guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy hors d'oeuvres and view the artwork created by transplant patients, donors, local artists and Canadian celebrities. Find out more at www.lhsf.ca/newcanvas

 

 

Past Events

 

Great Lake Swim
Aug 3-4, 2021
Departing: Queen's Royal Park, Niagara on the Lake
Arriving: Marilyn Bell Park, Toronto

The Great Lake Swim

The Move for Life Foundation is a group of dedicated recipients, family and friends who came together in gratitude of the gift of life many of them had received with the hope of paying it forward. The Foundation is dedicated to reducing the waitlists for organ transplantation as well as inspire organ transplant recipients to live an active and healthy life.

Foundation board member, Jillian Best, was born with a hereditary liver disease which caused her to need a transplant. No stranger to transplantation, Jill had already watched her mother go through two liver transplants. Thankfully, Jill received her life saving gift at London Health Sciences Centre in 2016 and inspired by her experiences, Jill determined that she would make a difference for others still waiting for a transplant. When Jill heard about the need for a special equipment at LHSC that could help save lives for those on the transplant waiting list, she saw an opportunity to give back. She decided to raise funds by using her athletic talent and swim across Lake Ontario, a 52 km solo swim. If successful, this will be the longest solo swim ever attempted by an organ recipient.

Fundraising goal: $75,000.

If Jill’s story inspires you, please consider supporting this worthwhile cause by donating. Go here to donate.