St. Paul's Hospital Foundation
Philanthropic leadership in support of St. Paul’s Hospital as inspired by the spirit of charity and compassion of the Grey Nuns.
St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation believes in the power of generosity to save and change lives. Founded in 1982, St. Paul's Hospital Foundation advances St. Paul's Hospital's vision by raising, managing and allocating funds in keeping with donors' wishes.
Charitable Registration #: BN 11919 5691 RR0001
Foundation Staff Working Remotely
For the health and safety of our community, our office is not open to the public. Staff continue to work remotely to serve your philanthropic goals and our Hospital’s needs. Contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or leaving a message at 306 655 5821 or contact one of our employees.
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- Spirit Newsletter Spring 2021
- Annual Review Fall 2019-20
- SPH Foundation 2019 Audited Financial Statements
- SPH Foundation Recovery of Fund Raising Costs Policy
The Hospice at Glengarda, Saskatchewan’s first free-standing residential Hospice in Saskatoon will accept its first admission the week of January 25th, 2021 thanks to tremendous support from the community. Click here to read more or take a tour.
To make a donation in support of the Hospice at Glengarda, call our office at (306) 655-5821 or click here to donate online.
“Critical care monitors are essential equipment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU); every patient benefits from this monitoring. It helps the team respond to changes in the heart, lungs, brain and blood pressure. This new technology quickly alerts the nurse to subtle changes so care can be tailored for the best possible outcome.”– Heather Miazga, Critical Care Respiratory and Organ Donation, Saskatoon and North, Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Support Critical Care Monitors by purchasing a Hospital Home Lottery Ticket online, To make a donation, call our office at (306) 655-5821 or click here to donate. Please direct your gift to “Critical Care Monitors”.
The COVID-19 Hospital Fund has been developed for Hospitals located in Saskatoon to respond to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 urgent care needs (St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation, City Hospital Foundation, Royal University Hospital Foundation, and Jim Pattison’s Children’s Hospital).
This Fund will be invested, in real time, to initiatives that accelerate, innovate and respond to emerging needs to enhance government support. You can show your gratitude to our dedicated medical and support teams on the front lines who are providing compassionate care in the fight against this pandemic. You can help provide the resources they need to respond to COVID-19 now and into the future.Your support will make a difference.
To make a donation, call our office at (306) 655-5821 or click here to donate. Please direct your gift to “COVID-19 Hospital Fund”.
Hospital employees and physicians can apply for COVID-19 funding by completing this document, and submitting it to email@example.com.
“70% of medical decisions are made based on information from the lab. If you want to ensure optimal health care you need a vibrant laboratory component. You need a correct and timely diagnosis that allows you to determine appropriate treatment. Lab medicine is the science behind the cure.” – Dr. Fergall Magee
Imagine you are on dialysis; four hours a day, four days a week, every week. You pray for a kidney donor, but not just any donor. You pray for a donor with the best possible match. Now suppose your prayers are answered. The most precious gift has been given. Your medical team needs fast, complete, accurate information to ensure that your transplant is successful. That information will come from the St. Paul’s Hospital laboratory using a Nano Sequencer that allows medical specialists to mix the perfect blend of anti rejection medications. They will also use a Cell Imaging Analysis System – a blood sample scanner that sends images to specialists anywhere in the world for instant consultation. To donate, call our office at (306) 655-5821 or Click here to donate. Please direct your gift to “Lab – Automated Cell Imaging” or “Lab – Nanostring”.
After a lifetime of volunteering and donating to charitable causes, the late Robert ‘Bobʼ Steane gave one last transformational gift through his estate to improve the lives of his neighbours and community. Bob’s gave a gift in excess of $10 million to St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation, Royal University Hospital Foundation and Saskatoon Community Foundation.