Saskatchewan’s Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 9th Annual Making Spirits Bright campaign kicked off on November 15, starting the season of giving. 

The campaign offers the ‘Little Book of BIG Gift Ideas’ which is a catalogue showcasing critical care equipment, programs, and resources at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital. They say that with your support, they can provide inclusive equipment, enhance mobility and give a gift to children in the hospital, as well as help families with financial barriers, train medical teams to provide lifesaving care, and more.

“Fulfill your year-end giving goals with your donation to Making Spirits Bright and your gift will be doubled, thanks to the generosity of Thrive Wealth Management, matching donations up to $50,000,” says the release from the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. 

“Thrive Wealth Management is committed to supporting the vitality and health of children across the province. We are proud to support the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital’s Making Spirits Bright Campaign in raising funds for the purchase of much needed equipment, training, and programs,” says Nicole Westerlund, Vice President, Member, and Community Engagement. “By matching donations up to $50,000 throughout the giving season this year, we hope to inspire others to join us in making a meaningful difference in the lives of Saskatchewan children and families receiving care.” 

“The holidays don’t stop when a child is sick or injured in the hospital. Kids need care year-round, and when you give a thoughtful gift from the Making Spirits Bright catalogue, to Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation, you are truly making a difference in the lives of children, moms-to-be, and families of this province. Thank you to Thrive Wealth Management, our Foundation is very grateful for your generous matching, and giving hope for a healthier future to kids and families this holiday season,” said Brynn Boback-Lane, President and CEO of Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. 

You can learn more, as well as donate by clicking here.