The Campaign

Royal Inland Hospital Foundation has embarked on our largest campaign to-date. Over the next two years, we plan to raise $35 million in the community to support life-saving equipment and patient-centred care at our local hospital.

The Campaign Goal

Total Capital Project

Raised So Far

Goal: 35M

We Have an Ambitious Goal

This is by far the largest campaign in our hospital’s history. Geographically, our region is vast with a population of 225,000 people; 90,000 of which live in Kamloops. We know that at some point, every man, woman and child will be touched by Royal Inland Hospital.

Being at the centre of a mostly rural region, we understand the magnitude of the work ahead to garner financial support required to achieve success. It’s also why we need your help.

Our Team

We’ve assembled a team of passionate community leaders to help us reach our fundraising goal. Our Board and Campaign Cabinet have all personally committed to supporting our campaign with 100% participation. We are grateful for their investment in our hospital and region.

Meet Our Cabinet

Our Hospital. Our Region.

Located in Kamloops BC, Royal Inland Hospital (RIH) is the referral hospital for those living in the Thompson Cariboo Shuswap (TCS) Health Service Area, Interior Health Region.

RIH covers the largest geographical area in the Interior Health Region, serving an estimated population of 225,000 people. It is also located on traditional Secwepemc Territory, home to 41 First Nations communities and five chartered Métis communities. Our region encompasses eight acute care sites and seven small community hospitals. They provide local care. But, when you require specialized care, you turn to RIH.

As a hub for the Interior – located at the intersection of two major highways and rivers, in the midst of a recreational adventure playground – a significant number of residents and visitors alike are treated at the hospital annually.

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Transforming RIH Today

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We stand in solidarity with the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc community – and all indigenous people of Canada. In the spirit of healing and reconciliation, every child matters.