Brandon Prust Challenges our Community

To ensure their families can stay as close as possible in hotels nearby, The Brandon Prust Foundation has donated $25,000 to Children’s Health Foundation. And he is challenging the community to match it.

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Mending Tia’s Heart

When Tia was two years old, doctors discovered a heart murmur. Her family was shocked to learn that Tia had multiple congenital heart defects and would require surgery.

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2 Brothers. 2 Hearts. 2x The Impact.

Brothers, Jacob and Luke, both have a heart condition. They rely on the cardiology unit at Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre to stay healthy and strong.

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An Unbelievable Dream Lottery

Dream Lottery had unbelievably good support this Fall, selling out on the November 21 Bonus Deadline. The 50/50 soared to a record high $1,074,045.

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River Turns 1 on World Prematurity Day

Medical professionals had to whisk River away from his mom moments after his birth. Born prematurely, his lungs struggled to work. It’s now a year later and River’s parents are marking today’s date for two important reasons…

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Guiding Star Awards Celebrate Five Health Professionals

The Foundation launched The Guiding Star Awards for the first time to celebrate individuals at Children’s Hospital, Thames Valley Children’s Centre and Children’s Health Research Institute for excellence in Patient, Client and Family-Centred Care.

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The LCBO Celebrates Incredible Success

In December 2018, our community rallied together for twins Calvin and Katharina. The twins, born too soon, had spent the first months of their lives in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Children’s Hospital.

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Silencing the Pain

Just fifteen years old, Taya knows how it feels to live in crippling pain. She shares how it took a community of caring people, including you, to help her take back her life from arthritis.

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One of Eight

A family shares the challenging and heartbreaking journey of learning their son has a rare disease.

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