Every kid deserves to have a childhood.
It’s hard to be a kid when pain and medical treatments are part of daily life and home is a hospital bed. Let’s do what’s right for kids. Let’s give every sick child their childhood back.
Hospitals are where kids are fighting their toughest battles every day. By supporting 13 of Canada’s children’s hospitals, we’re showing kids that we’re in it with them.
Passionate. Bold. Loud. Our partners are corporations and organizations who aren’t afraid to stand up and make a statement for kids’ health.
Get ready to play. Take to the dancefloor. Make a miracle happen. Our Signature Programs offer inspiring ways to make an impact on your local community and show kids we’re all here for them.
We’re here for the kids because they
need all of us.
Our mission is simple. We’re here to stand up for sick children.
Our Canadian children’s hospitals work together to find better ways to give kids more of their childhood back. How? By shortening their stays through research that improves treatments and finds cures, developing technologies that bring the latest knowledge, and creating care facilities designed for kids and their families first.
We’re here to believe that it’s possible to end childhood illness and disease. And we’re here to help make change come sooner.
For the kids, for healthcare, for Canada.
By helping to raise funds for 13 of Canada’s children’s hospitals, we’re the largest non-government funder of child health in Canada. But we haven’t done it alone. We work with partners, donors and people like you.
With your help, epic change is possible
We’re making progress. Change is happening. And you can help accelerate it.
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July 6th is National Injury Prevention Day
Did you know that most injuries to children less than 5 years of age, happen in the home? This day recognizes the need to raise awareness for the effects of predictable and preventable injuries so Canadian kids can be safer.
In light of National Injury Prevention Day, Stollery takes the safety of every child seriously, including when they’re at home. Read more here to find out families can take actionable steps to ensure Canadian kids can have fun in safe spaces.
As a burn survivor, Kaden’s story reminds us that kids don’t just need treatment for disease, but also injuries. On a sunny day in 2018, nine-year-old Kaden was enjoying the May long weekend at the lake. He stopped with his family to fuel up his quad before taking it out for the day, when suddenly it burst on fire and engulfed him in flames. Miraculously, Kaden survived the fire and was airlifted to the Stollery Children’s Hospital.