St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa abides by a vision to provide residents with the highest quality of care,
within a welcoming home, where everyone feels supported and cared for.
The Foundation is honoured to work alongside the Home, and with the community, to support this vision.
What we Fund
Your donation supports the delivery of first-rate, compassionate care, enriches programming and contributes to the warmth and vibrancy of our Home
St. Patrick’s Home is blessed with a family of supporters who are devoted to the health and wellbeing of the 288 residents that reside here. They give to St. Pat’s because they’ve seen first-hand how their donations enhance residents’ lives and contribute to the spirit of our Home.
Every Donation Matters
Every day, the staff and volunteers at St. Pat’s work together to cultivate a caring environment, where the needs of each resident is considered and reflected in their care
Our goal is to understand each person’s unique history, interests and health status, then provide appropriate support so they can live as fully and independently as possible. Contributions to St. Patrick’s Home Foundation play a crucial role in making this possible.
Capital improvement projects preserve our new Home – and create a warm, comfortable, homelike atmosphere
Over the spring and summer of 2019, with support from our donors, St. Pat’s undertook the enhancement of flower beds and the installation of new sod in The Larry Kelly Family Garden, and a mini renovation on Donegal, a secure unit for residents with advanced dementia. The transformations have been incredible – true gifts to our residents, and the St. Pat’s community.
Have you ever seen the monthly calendar of events at St. Patrick’s Home? If you have, then you are well aware of the scope and variety of programs and celebrations that take place in the Home and out in the community. The staff work together with volunteers, and with feedback from residents and their families to plan and provide an array of meaningful events that enhance the quality of resident and Home life.
You, as a supporter of St. Pat’s, play an important role in making this possible, because each year community donations are used to enrich music therapy, musical programming and entertainment, social and community engagement activities, as well as spiritual, religious and palliative care.
On behalf of the staff and Board of Directors, I want to thank you for choosing to support St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa. Thank you for helping to make St. Pat’s the warm, welcoming and spirited Home that it is. We are truly moved by the care, generosity and loyalty of people like you, and we feel privileged to be a part of your journey.
Executive Director, St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa Foundation
Get Informed & Stay Connected
Read the Spring 2019 Newsletter
Our newsletter, Keeping the Spirit Alive is published bi-annually, in the spring and fall. It’s filled with stories about The People of St. Pat’s, programs funded by community donations, and information about upcoming events.
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It’s easy to do – and it’s fun
It starts with great idea, and ends with the reward of making a meaningful donation to St. Pat’s. Here’s just a few ways that you can help to enhance the care and the quality of therapeutic and recreational programming.
Music is part of daily life at St. Pat’s – for its therapeutic benefits and the joy it brings
Have you ever noticed how a song from the past can instantly trigger vivid memories of the people and events of that specific period in time? It’s fascinating how music can transport us back in time, and connect us with the milestones and the seasons of our lives.
News & Events
On Monday, June 17th, the sun shone brightly on us at Kanata Golf & Country Club as we gathered with more than 130 golfers and guests to 9&DINE for St. Pat’s. By all accounts, the new format – nine holes of social golf, followed by a relaxed Patio...
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Spiritual and Palliative Care DementiAbility A Night on The Town: New York, New York Barry Trudeau connection to St. Patrick's Home Read the latest issue now Spring 2019 Newsletter ...
On Thursday, March 7, we welcomed 225 guests to the Infinity Convention Centre for A NIGHT ON THE TOWN: NEW YORK, NEW YORK. The event featured NYC inspired décor, food and entertainment. Judy Dancer spoke of her mother’s six-year residency (and counting)...