This holiday season, BCCHF is asking: What if kids didn’t get sick?
Every year, BC Children’s Hospital treats over 96,000 kids, many of them battling devastating diseases and chronic conditions. Your donation will fund the ground-breaking research and advanced technologies that are needed to conquer childhood illnesses.
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Check out the link in our bio at learn more about how you can help BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.VisitClose
Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation is in the spirit of the holidays this year with their Candy Cane Gala! It’s an amazing at-home experience on Dec. 4 that will benefit kids and families who rely on the Alberta Children’s Hospital.
In addition, through these tough times, Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation is working hard to improve the state of children’s mental health. 70% of mental health issues start in childhood, which is why they’re working with Alberta Health Services to build a new Centre for Child & Adolescent Mental Health.VisitClose
The “Transitioning Rural Adolescents to Adult Care (TRAAC)” program helps adolescents to build their knowledge base and gives them the confidence to manage their health regimen as they move into adulthood. By using Telehealth technology, half of the study participants will receive nurse-led intervention via Telehealth, to better prepare them for navigating the healthcare system in the future. You’ve given Alberta teens the gift of rural community support.VisitClose
As a new partner of ours this year, we are super grateful for all that Sobeys Inc. customers and teammates did for children’s health in Canada. Through their “A Family of Support: Child & Youth Mental Health Initiative”, and through the generosity of donors, they raised more that $2.2 MILLION for 13 mental health initiatives across Canada. We cannot wait to see what 2021 and the future of this partnership will do to change the future of kids. #FamilyofSupport #HopeHealingHolidaysVisitClose
This December, give a gift that really matters. This year, Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital celebrated it’s first anniversary of becoming a fully operational children’s hospital with 176 beds for patients. They are Saskatchewan’s first-ever dedicated maternal and pediatric hospital. Consider donating today! #HopeHealingHolidaysVisitClose
Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba is reminding you during this season that with donor support, anything is possible. You can help CHF Manitoba do the very possible for kids, by donating, which can help purchase life-saving equipment like monitored beds. Until Dec 31st, all donations will be matched! Consider donating today. #HopeHealingHolidaysVisitClose
Karina, the music therapist at Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre, recognizes that music is a natural way for kids and teens to express their emotions, when they’re unable to verbalize their feelings, fears or concerns. Your funds work to support a program that young patients have come to count on. Without your generosity, the music therapy program wouldn’t exist. By lifting the spirits of sick and injured children through music therapy, you give children the gift of joy during a difficult time.VisitClose
Celebrate the holidays with CHEO! Embrace the festive spirit of the holidays at the Magic of Lights: a “drive through” experience from the comfort of your own car. At every turn, the magical route is overflowing with spectacular light displays and animations. Every ticket to Magic of Lights benefits CHEO! #HopeHealingHolidaysVisitClose
Oncology experts at McMaster Children’s Hospital treat more than 800 inpatients annually. Olive underwent chemotherapy during the summer followed by a second brain surgery, when surgeons were able to remove the rest of the tumour during the three-hour operation. Your funds work to support the gift of specialized care provided through the hematology/oncology program.VisitClose
In December, Quebec residents are invited to kindle hope for the children and families of @ CHU hospital by buying lights in the Big Tree of Sainte-Justine. Consider donating today and give the gift of hope and healing, because CHU believes it takes a whole village to heal a child. #HopeHealingHolidaysVisitClose
Thank you to GLENTEL, TBooth Wireless and WIRELESSWAVE for raising over $400k in 2020! You put kids first despite the challenges this year brought. Once your stores reopened, your employees right away got back to fundraising for Canada’s children’s hospitals right away through employee giving program despite store closures and reduced store hours. Your dedication is changing lives.VisitClose
SickKids is exploring how the gift of smartphone technology can help teens and young adults with chronic pain. With a new iCanCope app, kids like Lauryn can play detective and investigate their pain. The mobile app can be used for three painful conditions—chronic pain, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, and sickle cell disease—and all three are being tested in pilot studies or large-scale trials thanks to your funds.VisitClose
CCHF would like to highlight Signet, People’s Jewellers and Mappin’s and how they have shown up for kids year. Despite 2020’s challenges, Signet proceeded full steam ahead with their Plush Bear campaign & pivoted to move their Manager’s Leadership Conference online, which included a Charity Session to highlight the CCHF partnership. Thank you Signet for your partnership and continuing to support Canadian kids in need!VisitClose
Every kid deserves their childhood—and the chance to return to a healthy, normal life. When the 15-year-old Ben from St. John’s, Newfoundland lost control of his dirt bike he suffered a severe burn on his right leg that went straight to the bone. Your funds work to give the gift of rehabilitation equipment, like the portable treadmill that helped Ben get moving again.VisitClose