Women Leading Philanthropy

We sat down with Rita Mirwald, an inaugural member of Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP), to explore her journey, motivations, and experiences.

Join us! Come out for a cozy January update with Dr. Mita Manna, your 2023 WLP $100,000 Grant Recipient! Monday, January 15, 2024 6:30 p.m. Small nibbles and warm sips (networking reception) 7:00 p.m. Program—with an EXCITING announcement! Royal University Hospital Vivian K. Asher Theatre Dress Code: Cozy & Casual This will be a great […]

2021 Women Leading Philanthropy $100,000 Grant Recipient Project Update Dr. Jennifer Brown Broderick’s project HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) Self-Sampling for Primary Cervical Cancer Screening in Underserved Saskatchewan Women In September 2021, Dr. Jennifer Brown Broderick was the winner of a $100,000 grant from Women Leading Philanthropy to fund her innovative and important HPV self-sampling project. […]

Congratulations to Royal University Hospital Foundation’s 2023 Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP) $100,000 Grant Recipient, Dr. Mita Manna! On Monday, September 25, 2023, WLP donors gathered at TCU Place for an extraordinary evening aimed at creating meaningful change and advancements in health care by supporting leading-edge women’s initiatives at Royal University Hospital. Earlier this year, applications […]

Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP) is inclusive and includes a diverse group of women who will pool their donations to fund innovative health-care initiatives led by female physicians, practitioners and researchers at Royal University Hospital (RUH).

Congratulations to Royal University Hospital Foundation’s three short-listed finalists for the 2023–2024 Women Leading Philanthropy (WLP) $100,000 Grant!

People in Saskatchewan will soon benefit from enhanced cervical screening with upcoming changes to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency’s Screening Program for Cervical Cancer. Liquid based cytology (LBC) is being rolled out this summer across the province to replace conventional Pap testing. “This is a more sensitive test and abnormal cells can be more easily detected. […]