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.
Cameron loves to play sledge hockey, wheelchair basketball, video games and cheer for his favourite WWE superstars. Thanks to experts at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Cameron can live his best life and keep on cheering!
Ryland brings a smile to everyone he meets. Thanks to the expert care he continues to receive at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Ryland will continue spreading joy to all.
Addison and Addley are double trouble! This fashionable, princess-loving duo won’t stop striking a pose anytime soon thanks to the expert care they’ve both received at the Stollery Children’s Hospital.
Brayden loves sports — especially hockey! Thanks to the experts at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, every day Brayden is gaining strength and confidence to help him reach his goals.
Katherine Sweet, Director of Strategic Partnerships met with Nicole Weisberg to talk about the need for a new, purpose-built Stollery Children's Hospital — designed with kids and families in mind — before the release of the 2023 Budget.
On this month's Trending, Chelsea Bird chats with Stacey Amyotte, Director of major gifts and planned giving and Lori Fink, Director of fundraising integration at the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation about the different ways supporters can give back to the Stollery.
Boston loves all sports and is a proud supporter of the local Fort McMurray baseball and hockey organizations. Thanks to the cardiac care he received at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Boston can cheer loud and proud as the superfan he is.
Meet Dr. Shannon Scott and Dr. Lisa Hartling, two Stollery Science Lab Distinguished Researchers, who are providing parents and families with evidence-based health information to help them make decisions about their child’s health — and most recently, about the COVID-19 pandemic.