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About Baycrest Health Sciences


Baycrest is a global leader in developing and providing innovations in aging brain health. Headquartered on a 22-acre campus in Toronto and fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, Baycrest provides care to more than 2,500 frail and active seniors every day in outpatient and inpatient programs and residential settings. Baycrest’s Centre for Memory and Neurotherapeutics offers clinical and educational programs for memory, dementia and related disorders. Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute is one of the top five brain institutes in the world, leading groundbreaking research to understand the mechanisms of memory and executive functions of the brain, in normal aging and in the presence of dementia, Alzheimer’s, stroke and other conditions and diseases.

Formerly known as the Baycrest International Pro-Am Hockey Tournament presented by Scotiabank, the tournament was introduced to Toronto in 2006 by the Baycrest Foundation. In 2010, the Scotiabank Pro-Am was renamed and expanded to Edmonton. In 2011, the Scotiabank Pro-Am launched in Calgary.

Scientists at Baycrest’s internationally-renowned Rotman Research Institute study changes in brain function that stem from conditions such as Alzheimer’s, stroke and depression — generating knowledge that will lead to more effective therapies for the growing number of people suffering from these devastating illnesses. Scientists at Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute work alongside clinicians to transform the journey of aging.

Donations in support of the Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s will receive a Canadian charitable tax receipt. If you require an online US tax receipt please click here.

For US offline donations please make out the cheque to Baycrest Foundation Inc. and send funds to

Baycrest Foundation Inc. 
3560 Bathurst Street 
Toronto, Ontario M6A 2E1
Phone: 416-785-2500 x 2025
To find out more about Baycrest and the Baycrest Foundation, please visit
Charitable Registration Number - 11921 5242 RR0001