There is much still to be done

Your registration to Peloton Ride 2019 is supporting the Trillium Foundation and Badge of Life Canada* with the work they are doing to support men's health.


* Registration defaults to Trillium, please use code BOLCPeloton2019 if you'd like your registration to support Badge of Life Canada.

For more than six decades, our community has supported Trillium Health Partners Foundation. The power of this commitment has never been more apparent than in 2018/19 when our volunteers, donors, and community partners raised $38.8 million for the hospital.

Your generosity is helping Trillium Health Partners meet the health care needs to care for our diverse and growing community today and for years to come. Our donors supported the redevelopment of Credit Valley Hospital, which included the redesign and expansion of four major patient care spaces: the Emergency Department, Surgery, Critical Care, and Diagnostic Imaging.

Our community’s support also allows us to be able to fund new advanced treatment technologies that ensure patients have access to high quality care and an exceptional experience. This year, our donors funded a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine that captures organ and tissue images, which are critical to diagnosing injuries and diseases. We were also able to obtain the DaVinci Xi, an advanced surgical robot, which is part of our Robotic-Assisted Surgery Program. Through these important investments, our donors are helping thousands of patients annually.

These are just a few examples of the hundreds of projects and programs benefiting from your generosity – generosity that is an irreplaceable part of Trillium Health Partners’ ability to care for you, your family, friends, and neighbours. Thanks to you we are able to provide exceptional care today while shaping a healthier tomorrow.  Thank you.

We are a peer-led charitable volunteer organization committed to supporting police and corrections personnel who are dealing with psychological injuries diagnosed from service. We are committed to ensuring quality programs for first responders diagnosed with OSI's.

Since our inception in 2010, Badge of Life Canada has been staffed by volunteers who “walk the talk” and has been solely self-funded on a “pay it forward” approach. Badge of Life Canada supports active/retired and sworn/civilian police and corrections personnel who have been involved with the organization by offering a safe, confidential place where members in crisis can turn for immediate information that can assist those members who are suffering an operational stress injury, including post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety and addictions, with access to counselling, including suicide prevention counselling, information and group support programs.

Registered Canadian Charity # 784599698RR0001