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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.

COVID-19 Emerging Needs

It’s takes teamwork, compassion, creativity and dedication to keep residents safe, connected and well cared for during the COVID-19 crisis. 

St. Pat’s is wholly dedicated to the task at hand, yet as the pandemic continues, community donations will play a vital role in providing staff with the resources needed to provide the highest quality of care, to reduce social isolation and connect residents with loved ones, and to support staff through this difficult time.

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.

St. Patrick's Day Kitchen Party

SAVE THE DATE! 

Thursday, March 17, 2022 
The Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park
More Details to come soon!

November 2021

While communities across Canada navigate the fourth wave of the pandemic, St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa continues to take small but significant steps toward providing residents with a more normal way of life. And though we continue to follow strict COVID-19 safety measures, we have gradually restored vital activities of daily living — like attending mass in The Gathering Place, sharing meals in the dining room, visiting with extended family and friends, enjoying an outdoor barbecue, or taking in a live performance in the family garden.

And now that 200+ residents have received a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine (the remainder will be eligible five months after their second dose), and cherished volunteers have returned to service, we have reason to hope that 2022 will make many more milestones, that support quality care and resident engagement, possible.

In the Fall 2021 issue the Keeping the Spirit Alive newsletter we shift our focus to the future and introduce the possible construction of a new facility that would provide affordable, supportive housing for seniors; the landscaping of the under-utilized green space behind St. Patrick’s Home; and our renewed commitment to person-centred care and training. Please take some time to learn about these initiatives by clicking here, and contact the Foundation if you’d like more information.

Thank you for your interest in, and support of St. Patrick’s Home.

Meg Friedman
Executive Director, St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa Foundation

Get Informed & Stay Connected

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

  • Affordable Housing Project
  • South Garden Project
  • Priority Needs on the Horizon 
  • The People of St. Pat’s

NEW VIDEO!

A Year in Review

Last March, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. Shortly after, the doors to St. Pat’s closed to all visitors and volunteers. In this video, you will take a peak behind our doors to see the spirit and fight that kept us going over the last 12 months.

Featured Program

Community  & Social Engagement 

Throughout 2019, community donations have allowed us to cover the cost of transportation, tickets or admission fees, professional musician and entertainer’s fees, and so much more.

News & Events

2021 Fall Newsletter

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:Affordable Housing ProjectThe South Garden - Landscaping of Under-Utilized Green Space Priority Needs on the HorizonThe People of St. Pat's  Read the latest issue now Fall 2021...

2021 Spring Newsletter

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:COVID Hearts - A story by Julia GormanYour Support Matters Here - How community donations have helped in 2020Volunteering is Good For The Soul - A welcome back to our volunteerThe People of St. Pat's - Recognizing two staff members for their...

COVID Hearts

This is the original version of the story written by Julia Gorman and featured in our Spring 2021 newsletter.   I am fairly sure it began with her smile.  And that seems to be the way it will end. Our mother’s beautiful smile was always her starting point, her entry...