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.
Cashco Financial CEO and Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation Board Trustee Lindsay Dodd sat down with Global Edmonton to talk about the upcoming Life Cycle challenge.
The land of the midnight sun became just a little brighter in April when Stollery kid Elijah visited Yellowknife, N.W.T. to kick off his second year as our Children's Miracle Network Champion.
On this month’s Spotlight on the Stollery, Stollery kid Emmy joined us as we sat down with our friends at Global Edmonton to chat about Teddy Bear Fun Fest and the return of our annual 5 km fun run/walk/roll in support of the Stollery.
On this month’s Spotlight on the Stollery, producer John Cameron joined us as we sat down with our friends at Global Edmonton to chat about CRESCENDO, an exciting concert event supporting mental health initiatives at the Stollery Children's Hospital.
The Stollery Children’s Hospital will get $3 million over three years from the Alberta government to help with the planning work to build a purpose-built children’s hospital in Edmonton. The Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation is matching the amount for a total of $6 million in planning dollars.
Khai loves trains and building tracks – but what he might just love most of all is dancing! Dance parties are his jam! Thanks to his Stollerific transplant team, Khai can continue to bust a move.
Amélie has a joie de vivre, is always ready to pose for a picture and loves dancing like everyone is watching! While she visits the Stollery regularly to ensure she recovers from accidentally swallowing a lithium coin battery, Amélie is resilient and inspires others through her infectious smile and bubbly personality.
Amber loves going to the mountains and cuddling with her dog. She is vibrant, funny and managing multiple rare diseases with the help of her team at the Stollery, has made her resilient.