Become a corporate partner

It’s an exciting time to join the fight against heart disease and stroke. Our agenda is ambitious: preventing disease, saving lives and supporting the millions of Canadian families living with heart disease and stroke.

Plus we’re focusing on these areas of emphasis. When you become a corporate partner you could help Heart & Stroke:

  • Invest in life-saving research through our commitment of $300 million over 10 years to advance medical discoveries.
  • Improve women’s heart health by launching a bold new initiative to reduce death and disability for Canadian women.
  • Improve the health of Indigenous people through a national strategy, based on the principles of health reconciliation, to close the gap in health between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
  • Promote recovery for heart disease and stroke survivors by actively working with newly diagnosed individuals — and their families and care partners — to help them improve their recovery and avoid future incidents.
  • Give children and youth a healthy start by instilling active living and healthy eating habits that kids can carry with them throughout their lives.

There are many ways to make an impact — from supporting research to championing advocacy efforts, public education or community programs.

When you partner with Heart & Stroke, you improve the health and lives of families across Canada. Plus you are teaming up with Canada’s most recognized health and wellness charity.

Contact us

Let’s talk about creating a partnership opportunity that meets your unique goals.

British Columbia & Yukon
Jeff Buhr, Director of Philanthropy

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta & NWT
Dale Dale Oughton, Director of Philanthropy

Ontario & Nunavut
Jude Drory, Senior Corporate Partnership Officer

Marie-Claude L’Écuyer, Philanthropy Officer
514-871-8038 ext. 20225

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland & Labrador
Kristian Piraino, Major Gifts Officer

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