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At the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation we raise money in support of the Stollery Children’s Hospital, educate the community on the Hospital’s needs and thank our donors for their generosity. Meet Stollery kids from backyards across Alberta and learn how donor dollars have been making a difference at the Stollery below.

Invest in the Stollery, tomorrow and today
Invest in the Stollery, tomorrow and today

On this month’s Spotlight on the Stollery, we sat down with our friends at Global Edmonton to let Albertans know there’s another way you can lend your voice and help support the urgent needs of Stollery kids.

In the news
Pet therapy is good for the mind, body and soul
Pet therapy is good for the mind, body and soul

What has four legs, soft fur and helps to relieve a child’s anxiety in a way no one else can? The answer is a pet therapy dog at the Stollery Children’s Hospital.

Our supporters
Time is ticking to make your year-end donation
Time is ticking to make your year-end donation

On this month’s Spotlight on the Stollery, we sat down with our friends at Global Edmonton to talk about how year-end donations make a life-changing difference for Stollery kids and their families.

In the news
Honouring the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal recipients
Honouring the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal recipients

As 2022 comes to a close, we’re thrilled to announce several Stollery supporters who received the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal.

At the Foundation Our supporters
Your gifts go twice as far when you MEET the MATCH
Your gifts go twice as far when you MEET the MATCH

From November 28 to December 3, six generous sponsors are waiting to MEET you and MATCH your donations up to a maximum of $5,000 during each of their respective sponsor days.

Our supporters
Trending: Caring for the whole child
Trending: Caring for the whole child

On this month's Trending, Chelsea Bird chats with Jenny Plume, Team Lead for Child Life at the Stollery Children's Hospital and Stollery parent, Alison about the importance of the Foundation-funded Child Life program and the difference it makes for families like hers.

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Equipped
Equipped

Donor-funded equipment helps deal with the most serious issues facing the smallest of patients.

Where your money goes
Meet Lukah
Meet Lukah

Lukah loves to swim, dance, run and play with her siblings. She has a huge imagination and loves to be outside.

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