How to Help

Thank you for making your gift to Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation.
You can make a donation several ways:

Online One Time Donation

Your one-time donation makes a difference in the lives of so many sick and injured children.

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Become a Monthly Donor

For a minimum monthly donation of $20 or more, you can become a member of “Kids Club” presented by PotashCorp.

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Make a Memorial or Tribute Donation

A gift to “honour” someone or “in memory” of someone who has passed away is a wonderful gift to make.

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Planned and Legacy Giving

Through planned giving you can make a lasting investment in the health care of children.

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Host an Event

Plan an event to raise money in support of Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. We’ll get you started with resources and support.

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Volunteer

Periodically we need administrative assistance in the office or with one of our events such as Radiothon. Please visit our volunteer page for more information.

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JR’s Designer Birdhouses

Receive a complimentary designer bird house of your choice by making a specified donation. These creations by JR’s Designer Birdhouses are hand-crafted with care using the finest materials.

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Donations of Stocks or Securities

The federal government exempts donations of publicly listed securities to public charities from capital gains tax.

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Every Dollar Helps

Thank you for supporting Saskatchewan kids, moms, and families with your gift.

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