Every year, much-needed funds are raised through both our signature events, and 3rd party events.

The KGH Foundation relies on the incredible community support from fundraising events. Supporting an event is a FUN way to help us fundraise for advanced health care priorities in our community. By attending or hosting an event, your participation equals valuable funds raised to ensure those in our region have access to world-class health care at home.

Upcoming Fundraising Events

Black Mountain Haunted House

October 20-22, 27-29

Get ready for some spooky thrills in support of mental health care, with the second annual Black Mountain Haunted House!

AmaWaterways River Cruises


Medy, a travel consultant, is making a $100 donation for each booking (stateroom) for sailings through Europe, Asia, and Columbia and a $200 donation for each booking for Egypt or Africa.

Events put the FUN in fundraising

Here are some of the latest events!

Homebase 2023


The beloved slo-pitch tournament returned to hit a homerun for mental health care in our community.

Day of Giving 2023


2023’s Day of Giving was a resounding success, raising just shy of $795K to bring a 3T MRI to KGH!

Bands, BBQ, Beers, & Balding 2022


Bands, BBQ, Beers, & Balding had an incredibly successful event, raising funds for JoeAnna’s House and BC Children’s Hospital!

Better Together Day 2022

The third annual Better Together Day raised an incredible $47,797 for JoeAnna’s House, which provides families with the opportunity to stay together when they need it most.

Plan a Fundraising Event

A great way to raise funds to support advancing fundraising in our region. Learn more about how you can organize a fundraising event that makes a huge impact.

“People always ask why, but maybe they should ask why not! You get to work with the nicest people, for the nicest people. It’s the best kind of job satisfaction you’ll ever find.”

“Linking the passion and desires of donors to the needs/opportunities of the health system and KGH is such a privilege. I am inspired most by the people; our team, donors, clinicians & caregivers, and administrators and ultimately, the transformative changes to our system of care that become possible when we work together. I am grateful to be able to feel such purpose in my work.”