Style of Guelph raises over $180,000

The event, in support of St. Joseph’s Health Center Foundation, celebrated its 25th year on Sunday

Sunday’s Taste of Guelph fundraiser in support of St. Joseph’s Health Center returned to an in-person format this year and raised over a record-breaking $180,000.

More than 700 people attended the event on the grounds of St. Joe’s to sample the region’s finest restaurants, caterers, vintners, brewers and bakers. Guests were also invited to bid on exciting auction items and listen to the music of Black Water Trio in what was the 25th anniversary of the event.

“It’s so great to bring Taste of Guelph back to our grounds where it belongs since all funds raised though the event help to purchase the medical equipment and technologies our care teams rely on to provide exemplary care,” says David Wormald, president, St. Joseph’s Health Center Guelph, in a news release. “We wish to thank our generous community for once again coming out for an afternoon of fabulous food and drink for a worthy cause.”

Funds raised through the event enable the purchase of medical equipment to help care for patients in the Health Center’s complex hospital care, rehabilitation, palliative and long-term care programs.

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