Tour de Guelph 2022 – Back together again!
Thank you to the over 500 riders who rode in the 9th annual Tour de Guelph, presented by Label Design Ltd. We’re so thankful to the riders, sponsors, supporters, and volunteers.
We are still crunching some numbers but will have a final total in early July.
Tour de Guelph supports Guelph General Hospital and other local charities through the Rotary Clubs of Guelph South and Guelph Trillium.
This year, proceeds raised from Tour de Guelph will help Guelph General Hospital purchase three new ultrasound machines. Ultrasounds are a crucial part of modern medicine. Each year, the Hospital does more than 25,000 scans! The recommended lifespan of an ultrasound machine is seven years. More than half of Guelph General’s machines are over a decade old. New ultrasound equipment produces incredibly sharp images. That means doctors can diagnose problems more accurately. Also, upgrading will put state-of-the-art scanners in every exam room that can do any type of ultrasound procedure. Which will dramatically improve workflow, allowing technologists to see more patients in a day.
In addition to supporting the Hospital, every year, many local groups aimed at youth development, family support, and community building are supported by Tour de Guelph proceeds through the Rotary Clubs of Guelph South and Guelph Trillium. For example the West Willow Village Community Association and Brain Injury Association Waterloo-Wellington (BIAWW) Bike Helmut Program.
$117,174.33 raised of $165,000 goal
Tour de Guelph Hall of Fame
We’re continuing to celebrate the incredible people who have greatly contributed to their community through their participation in Tour de Guelph.
Tour de Guelph has helped provide funding for essential patient care equipment at Guelph General Hospital including IV Pumps, an Ultrasound Machine, Respiratory Ventilators, Interventional Radiology, a CT scanner, a Centralized Cardiac Monitoring System, and last year, proceeds went towards a powerful new MRI scanner that is expected to arrive this Fall!
At Guelph General Hospital, all patient care equipment is funded through community support. In addition to supporting the Hospital, every year, many local groups aimed at youth development, family support, and community building are supported by Tour de Guelph proceeds through the Rotary Clubs of Guelph South and Guelph Trillium.
To date, Tour de Guelph has raised over $722,000 in net revenue. You can be a part of our future success when you register to ride with us this year!
Ethan Steele – 2022 Inductee
No. Yrs. Riding: 2017-2020
Fundraising Total: $5,205
Favourtie Route: 25km
Ian Digby – 2022 Inductee
No. Yrs. Riding: 2015-2021
Fundraising Total: $5,529
Favourtie Route: 50km
Donna Bryson – 2022 Inductee
No. Yrs. Riding: 2016-2021
Fundraising Total: $4,062
Favourtie Route: 50km