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As the recognized fundraiser for the Stollery Children’s Hospital, the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation is committed to enhancing health services for children. More than 210,000 patient visits happen at the Stollery Children’s Hospital each year…and that number is growing. Children who benefit from the Stollery’s services come not only from Edmonton, but also northern Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut. Much of the work done at the Stollery Children’s Hospital is leading edge – literally the difference between life and death. Community support is crucial if we are to maintain this level of advanced care. Donations to the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation will help to purchase state-of-the-art equipment, support research to provide cures and treatments for childhood diseases, fund specialized pediatric health services & programs and recruit nationally and internationally renowned scientists and doctors.

Rethink Breast Cancer Canada

Our mission is to continuously pioneer cutting-edge breast cancer education, support and research that speak fearlessly to the unique needs of young (or youngish) women. We do this by: •Putting young women’s issues on the breast cancer agenda in a bold, upbeat way •Motivating young women to focus on breast health through risk reduction and early detection •Finding and forging new platforms to reach young people and creating high-impact, fear-free messaging •Filling gaps in support for young women with breast cancer •Funding timely research programs that foster young talent and reflect the unique issues associated with breast cancer in young women •Inspiring new generations of breast cancer supporters through dynamic special events and fundraising initiatives •Partnering with like-minded organizations to bring more awareness and resources to the cause


Hospice Simcoe provides for the needs of people in Simcoe County who are dying, who have dying family members or who are bereaved. We provide high quality Hospice Palliative Care from the time of diagnosis with a life limiting illness through death and bereavement. Our programs include Visiting Hospice, Residential Hospice and Bereavement Support. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people who are dying and their family members.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada

The Kidney Foundation of Canada is the national volutneer organization committed to reducing the burden of kidney disease through: funding and stimulating innovative research; providing education and support; promoting access to quality healthcare; and increasing public awareness and commitment to advancing kidney health and organ donation.


The South Muskoka Hospital Foundation is the fundraising organization for Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (South Muskoka Memorial Hospital Site). Through your gifts, the Foundation supports the hospital's commitment to improve the quality of life for our community by offering access to health care services in a caring, welcoming and professional manner

St. Mary's General Hospital Foundation

St. Mary’s General Hospital is an adult acute-care facility.As a 191-bed community hospital, we embrace progress and change while maintaining our commitment to the mission and vision of our founder’s. We offer a full range of patient services that focus on enhanced patient care and the health care needs of our community. We are home to the Regional Cardiac Care Centre and also offer emergency medicine, spiritual care, counselling, and treatment of sexual assault and domestic violence. Approximately 87% of surgeries done at St. Mary's are performed on a same-day basis using the most advanced minimally-invasive techniques. By investing in St. Mary’s, you can support the development of a healthier community. We now perform over 32,000 surgeries per year. Our medical staff continue to bring the gifts of hope and healing to your family, your neighbours and your friends.

Cystic Fibrosis Canada

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a fatal inherited disorder, affecting mainly the lungs and the digestive system. In the lungs, where the effects of the disease are most devastating, CF causes severe respiratory problems. In the digestive tract, CF often results in extreme difficulty in digesting and absorbing adequate nutrients from food.


Information. Conferences & Seminars. Library Services. Counseling. Support Groups. Job Accommodation Services. Public Awareness activities. Advocacy. Specialized Services for Children, Youth, and Adults.


We need your help today so that Grandview Children's Centre can provide critical therapy services for children and youth with special needs in Durham Region. We believe that Ours Kids deserve the opportunity to access the critical therapy services they need. The support of our community is vital to make this possible. Grandview serves over 4,300 children and youth, but nearly one thousand are still on a wait list.

Beth Donovan Hospice

To create, in a client's home or in a residential home-like setting, a place where people of the communities we serve, experience a living spirit of compassion, hope and healing. To create a community where the dignity, humanity and holistic well being of a person, is celebrated. A place where people may live to their fullest as they journey to life’s end.


Located at 86 Colborne St. West in Oshawa, Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre has a warm, home like, atmosphere which offers a variety of both peer and professionally facilitated support groups for each of the major types of cancer. The centre also offers a variety of wellness classes to promote effective coping strategies such as yoga, tai chi, exercise classes, relaxation and visualization, art therapy and the Healing Journey. Caregiver support, grief support and programs for children and teens are available as Hearth Place recognizes the impact cancer has on the extended family and friends.


A strong community needs great health care close to home. Thanks to the generosity of donors, the Foundation supports the Health Centre’s remarkable physicians and staff as they take care of our community. Donations support facility renovations to our patient care areas. For example, support from donors helped build a new wing that opened in 2012. Donors also help purchase essential medical equipment, like a new endo-bronchial ultrasound that pinpoints lung cancer, and funds training for our dedicated health care professionals. Current priorities include renovating our patient spaces like lounges and waiting areas to make the more comfortable for patients and families; building a new Dialysis Centre; and building and equipping two new Interventional Suites in our Diagnostic Imaging department.