Volunteers needed!

Children’s Health Foundation is partnering with the London Knights in their 2014 quest for the Memorial Cup! Volunteers are needed to sell "House of Green" t-shirts at each of the Knight’s home playoff games - with the proceeds going to Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre. 30-40...

Laughter is the best medicine

Humour and laughter can help create a positive and hopeful attitude. No matter what the language, laughter plays an important role for kids in a hospital environment. Whether it’s putting a smile on a child’s face after a tough procedure or just being there to provide some laughter for a family...

Healthy Hearts, Helping Hands

On February 14th, students from St. Marguerite d'Youville school in London sent a special valentine to Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre in honour of Congenital Heart Defect Day. From February 3rd to the 14th the school’s student parliament held a coin drive to collect donations...

A TVCC ALL-STAR

Jeremy Grace, a grade 11 student at Central Secondary School, goes to the the We’re All Stars celebration every year as part of the Rogers Sports Celebrity Dinner and Auction in support of Thames Valley Children’s Centre (TVCC), but this year was special.  This year, Jeremy attended not as a guest...

A great day for TVCC stars

Thank to you everyone who made the 58th Annual Rogers Sports Celebrity Dinner and Auction an unforgettable evening. On Monday, February 3 sports fans enjoyed an evening of celebrating sport and creating opportunities for children and youth to reach beyond disability. Learn more.

David Feherty bringing his wit and wisdom to London

Golf’s favourite commentator, David Feherty, is bringing his sharp wit and colourful personality to London on Monday, July 7, 2014 for an evening in support of Children’s Health Foundation. Learn more here

Making an Impact on the high-risk behaviour of teens

For over 20 years, London Health Sciences Centre’s (LHSC) trauma program has been making an impact on the knowledge, attitudes and behaviours of teenagers to reduce drinking/drugging and driving through its Impact program.  Impact aims to heighten teen awareness of the potential consequences of...

A healthy ‘Good Life’ for students

Students of St. Anne  and St. Robert Catholic schools in London are helping researchers find better ways to prevent childhood obesity by participating in the Nutrition Ignition! program. The program is supported by a generous grant from GoodLife Kids Foundation. Nutrition Ignition! creates a...

Paediatric Concussion Study Group receives the Schulich Dean’s Research Grant Award

Children’s Health Foundation and the entire Children’s Family would like to congratulate The Paediatric Concussion Study Group, headed by Dr. Doug Fraser and Dr. Arthur Brown - on being awarded the Schulich Dean’s Research Grant Award for their work on “London’s Sport Concussion Program: A patient...

Holcim Canada proudly supports Children's

For the second consecutive year, Holcim (Canada) Inc. demonstrated their support of health care needs of sick and injured children and those with special needs from across Southwestern Ontario, through their Ready-Mix Drum Sponsorship Program led by Dufferin Concrete. Generously supported by...

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