The OSNS Legacy Foundation will secure the delivery of pediatric rehabilitation in the South Okanagan Similkameen by ensuring the financial stability of the OSNS Child Development Centre.
This would not be possible without our generous supporters. Thank you for helping us create a more sustainable OSNS, ensuring our little ones can get the treatment they need for years to come.
For over 40 years, OSNS has maximized the capacity of children.
The OSNS Legacy Foundation seeks to secure the future of pediatric rehabilitation services – and secure the future of our children.
Government plays an important role but falls short of providing necessary operating expenses. As a result, the Centre must spend a phenomenal amount of time, energy and resources to fundraise each year. The Legacy Foundation will alleviate this situation and allow the team to focus on treatment.
Philanthropy can secure life-changing, long-term improvements for children. Quality Care and Treatment Excellence are about love – about the nexus of expertise and passion.
A donation to the OSNS Legacy Foundation will help address the existing financial inequity and secure vital programming for children.
OSNS Legacy Foundation
Our Commitment to You:
- We will stay focused on our mission.
- We will plan for the future.
- We will invest wisely.
The objective of the Foundation is to ease the financial burden that the OSNS faces each year. The hope and expectation are that the Foundations’ fund will grow to a size that will not only meet the immediate financial requirements of the OSNS, but that it will facilitate the growth of the Centre so that each child receives specialized compassionate care for generations to come.
Ways to Give
We will use Foundation money to not only meet immediate funding gaps, but will also build an endowment fund that means your gift will make a measurable long-term difference to children’s lives.
Plan a legacy gift
Include a legacy gift in your will, name OSNS Legacy Foundation as a beneficiary of your RRSP, RRIF or TFSA, gift your life insurance policy or other assets.
To learn more about donating
please contact Megan.
Megan is delighted to be working with the Foundation Board to help build the OSNS Legacy Foundation. Originally from Penticton, Megan spent several years studying and living in Toronto, as well as some time working abroad. She is excited to be back home in the beautiful Okanagan Valley.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University, she completed the Fundraising Management post-graduate program at Humber College in Toronto in 2015 and has since been working in the non-profit sector.
She has held roles with the Mental Health Foundation in London UK, Age Concern New Zealand, and most recently with BC Children’s Hospital Foundation in Vancouver.
With her knowledge and experience in fundraising and relationship management, she hopes to make a meaningful impact for the children and youth served at OSNS.
The OSNS Legacy Foundation is committed to a relentless spirit of inquiry and improvement. We strive to provide efficient quality care and to advocate for resources to meet and compassionately respond to the vulnerabilities of our children and families. With this plan, we pledge to be champions of collaboration within and beyond our organization.
Philanthropy can secure life changing long term improvements for children. A donation to the OSNS Legacy Foundation would help address the financial inequity that the OSNS faces each year and allow the Centre to focus on its core mission.