Who we are

The Bayshore Foundation for Empowered Living funds initiatives that address the barriers preventing people who are living with illness, injury or aging from living independently.

In communities that Bayshore HealthCare serves, we partner with local registered charities that offer resources and guidance; provide access to supportive tools, products and devices; and address inaccessibility in built environments. Funds raised in a community stay in that community, and our charitable partners keep us informed about how the money raised is used. (We are unable to support individuals, not-for-profits or other foundations).


Empowering Canadians who are living with illness, injury or aging to reclaim and maintain their independence.


To strategically fund initiatives that improve Canadians’ quality of life by removing barriers to independence.

Friends and family having lunch in garden

The Parkinson Association of Alberta is proud to work alongside the Bayshore Foundation for Empowered Living on fundraising events and to ensure people with Parkinson’s have the tools and skills needed to help them remain in place at home.

Lana Tordoff
Lana Tordoff
CEO, Parkinson Association of Alberta
Parkinson's Fight

How to get involved

Connect with your local branch of Bayshore Home Health or Bayshore Home Care Solutions or your local Bayshore Specialty Rx pharmacy or clinic, and help them support charities in your community. Thank you for your generosity!

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Ways to take action

  • Participate
  • Donate
  • Volunteer

Charities we support

Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation Wesley The Mark Preece Family House Robbie Dean Family Counselling Centre Ronald McDonald House British Columbia & Yukon Residential Hospice of Grey Bruce Inc. Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario Maison McCulloch Hospice Lisaard and Innisfree Hospices Lanark County Interval House and Community Support Kensington Health Jack.org Hospice Wellington Hospice Greater Saint John Hospice Southeast New Brunswick Hospice Fredericton Hamilton Brain Injury Association Good Neighbours Active Living Centre The Dorothy Ley Hospice Community Home Support Lanark County (CHSLC) Candlelighters Simcoe Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region Hospice Cornwall Canadian Mental Health Association BrainTrust Canada Brain Injury Association of Windsor & Essex County Beth Donovan Hospice Canadian Cancer Society MS Society of Canada Sage Centre & Rosedale Hospice Wellspring Victoria Hospice Alzheimer Society of Canada Hike for Hospice Palliative Care