Heal the future by becoming a monthly donor.
Healthier children. A better world. That's always been our mission at SickKids. And it's the future we're creating today – with a new approach to children's healthcare called Precision Child Health.
Precision Child Health is the end of one-size-fits-all medicine. With Precision Child Health, we're focussing precisely on everything that makes each individual patient who they are – to do three big things for every one of them: diagnose faster, treat smarter, and predict better.
You, together with our monthly donor community, can make us stronger by giving us a solid foundation of support we can count on every month. The more monthly donors like you, the bigger the impact on our fight to make every kid a healthy kid.
SickKids care is already second-to-none. Your monthly gifts – by advancing Precision Child Health in every area of the hospital – will take it to the next level. You’ll be funding brilliant doctors, nurses, and researchers, and giving them the equipment they need; supporting data analytics that will lead to better prediction and prevention of disease; and assisting in the development of even more personalized surgical and treatment techniques.
When you join SickKids monthly donor community, you’ll receive:
- a series of personalized welcome communications introducing you to your welcome buddy
- ongoing exclusive updates on the impact of your gift and ground-breaking innovations you support
- dedicated monthly donor specialist support over phone and email.
*Your consolidated receipt for the current tax year will be sent out at the end of February of the following year.
Lexy, dad to SickKids patient Lochlan
SickKids means the world to our family. When our son Lochlan was born, he was losing his birth weight dramatically. He needed medical care urgently to help him feed, and eventually a corrective surgery. It was a scary time for us, but the SickKids staff instantly put us at ease and explained what was happening with Lochlan, every step of the way. Without their kindness and support, it would have been a much more difficult journey.