Message from the Volunteer Chair of the Foundation

In Saskatchewan, we’ve been through tough times before.

From low prices for our valuable agricultural, energy and mining resources to floods and fires that wipe out entire communities, we’ve been through difficult times.

Yet, we’ve always persevered and emerged stronger.

Today, we are facing another one of those tough times. However, the battle against COVID-19 Delta variant is unlike any that we’ve encountered in our lifetimes. It’s changing the way we work, the way we live, the way we socialize and the way we think about our health.  In times of crisis, we need our healthcare champions more than ever before.

They are stressed, tired, but are giving it their all.  Now they need our help more than ever before.

As Volunteer Chair of the Moose Jaw Health Foundation, I hope today's healthcare situation also has you thinking about how you can help support our healthcare workers in our community. The Moose Jaw Health Foundation will be holding the 30th Annual Festival of Trees online on December 4th.  Funds raised will bring the next generation of simulation training equipment for our healthcare professionals.  I encourage you to support the Festival this year.

Donations to Festival will save lives today and leave a legacy of care for tomorrow. We would also appreciate you including the Moose Jaw Health Foundation when you’re planning your estate. Your contributions will be recognized on the digital donor wall in the hospital lobby as a constant reminder of how our community stood together during these difficult times.

On behalf of the Moose Jaw Health Foundation and the patients and healthcare professionals that will benefit from your generosity, please support Festival of Trees. Every donation will make a difference – regardless of the size.

Thank you for caring about our community!

Ryan Hrechka
Volunteer Chair
Moose Jaw Health Foundation





News & Announcements

Festival of Trees

The 30th Annual Festival of Trees takes place online on Saturday, December 4th. Get involved today and support our healthcare champions at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.


Thank you, Moose Jaw. The 15th Annual 800 CHAB Family First Radiothon raises over $269,000 for the Dialysis Unit.

Concerts in the Park

The 26th Annual Concerts in the Park raised over $2,900 for dialysis equipment. 

COVID-19 Fund

The Moose Jaw Health Foundation has launched a COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency Response Fund to support the changing needs of patients and healthcare professionals.  

A Cold night for Cancer

On a warm night on January 4th, 2020 A Cold Night for Cancer featuring Toque and Churko! raised over $53,000 in memory of Kelly Churko.





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