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sick Kids Foundation

SickKids has always led. They have always been on the frontlines in the fight for children's health. But today, their biggest battle is against limits. The limits of an old building, the limits on applying their knowledge, and the limits on being in the right place to deliver the riht care to every child. 

Join Wild Adventures Canada in unleashing the full potential of SickKids by donating today. 

Your donations will go towards the highest priority needs of the hospital. With your unrestricted donation, you're giving SickKids flexibility - because unrestricted gifts can be quickly deployed in the areas of greatest need - and of greatest promise. 

Last year, unrestricted giving helped fund the renovation of SickKids image-guided therapy suites into state-of-the-art hybrid intervention/imaging facilities. It also gave SickKids the flexibility to replace the over-10-year-old MRI machine in the Cardiac Diagnostic and Intervention Unit, making diagnosis more precise, which leads to more effective treatments.

Imagine what you support can enable for children now and for future generations to come.

Join the fight and donate today

https://www.sickkidsdonations.com/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?registrationID=3819174&langPref=en-CA#&panel1-3

 

Brain Injury Society of Toronto

The Brain Injury Society of Toronto is a community non-profit supporting those living with the effects of acquired brain injury.  Our members are children, young adults, parents, spouses, grandparents, professional and service providers.  Membership is open to anyone.

Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for people in the City of Toronto, living with the effects of acquired brain injury through education, awareness, support and advocacy.

BIST was established in 2004 by a steering committee made up of stakeholders – including people with ABI, family members and people who work in ABI support and rehabilitation in collaboration with the Ontario Brain Injury Association. Today, BIST is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors representing community stakeholders including: survivors, service providers, educators and professionals.

Our Strategic Priorities

  • Increase the number of people involved with BIST by expanding opportunities for engagement and leveraging partnerships.
  • Ensure BIST has a sustainable infrastructure by improving our governance and enhancing our staffing model.
  • Build our capacity for advocacy to become a more effective voice for individuals and families affected by acquired brain injury.
  • Increase and diversify our revenue to ensure the sustainability of our operations.

http://www.bist.ca/birdies/