If you like gourmet food, entertainment and fun (and who doesn’t!) then you don’t want to miss this premier event! Hosted by Manos and held this year in June, the Greek Gourmet Feast stimulates your senses and supports priorities at Royal University Hospital.
Physicians who wish to sub-specialize after their Residency training may enter a Fellowship training program. Sub-specialists fill service gaps and advance patient care, research and training at RUH. Similar to Residency training seats, a Fellow cannot fund their Fellowship seat: funding must be provided by a third party.
The idea of doing 10,000 kettlebells in a one-month period is quite a physical challenge, but it is possible. And a project that raises awareness about Parkinson’s disease and provides a direct opportunity for people to financially support Parkinson’s research is definitely winning solution.
Since Hospital Home Lottery’s inception in 1986, it has raised nearly $41.3 million for healthcare in Saskatoon. In that time, Hospital Home Lottery has helped the RUH Foundation with several campaigns, allowing us to invest in patient care, research, teaching and equipment.
Over the years, Cameco has invested wisely and generously in the health of our community, and they’ve encouraged others to do the same. The Royal University Hospital Foundation is grateful for Cameco’s exemplary leadership and support of healthcare at Royal University Hospital and across our community.
The Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation has given from the heart, for the heart. Its gift of $1.5 million for cardiac electrophysiology has helped prolong and save lives across Saskatchewan. In honour of their generosity, we named the Cardiac EP Lab at RUH the Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation Electrophysiology Laboratory. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
For over 25 years, Nutrien has supported advances in health care in our community, donating generously for patients and their families at Royal University Hospital.
Forty years ago, the professional fire fighters of Saskatchewan created a Burn Fund to improve medical care for burn victims, reduce the financial hardship when treatment outside the province is necessary, and support education for healthcare providers. Since then, the Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters Burn Fund has raised more than $6 million, of which $1 million has been invested in the care and comfort of burn victims and their families at Royal University Hospital.
Bryan John Isinger, a teacher, naturalist, sales person, and archeologist, was successful in all his endeavours. Bryan left a legacy with his family, his students, the communities he served and Royal University Hospital Foundation.
As founders of the Concorde Group of Companies, Irene and Leslie Dubé built a successful business and a reputation for giving back. “Philanthropy feeds the soul,” says Les, and Irene agrees. “Sharing our blessings with others brings us great peace.”