Milestones, formerly Benchmarks, tells the stories of your donations and the lasting impact your generosity has on medical research, advanced training and day-to-day patient care at Royal University Hospital.
The newsletter is published three times a year, and while there are many stories in each issue, the highlights are noted here:
- March 2019: Campaign Targets $1.8 Million for Chronic Care Initiatives; Foundation-funded Fellowship Training Champions Home Dialysis; Cherishing a Special 20-Year Partnership with Manos Restaurant
- December 2018: Campaign Targets Improving Chronic Conditions; Building a Culture of Philanthropy at Royal University Hospital; Decreasing the Stigma of Teen Mental Health
- September 2018: Campaign Supports Trauma Observation Unit; Cancer Survivor Wins Lottery of Life; GREATE.R. Campaign Support in Play During Broncos Tragedy
Past issues of the newsletter are available by contacting the Foundation office at 306.655.1984.
Cherishing a special 20-year Greek Gourmet Feast partnership with Manos Restaurant that’s raised $869,000 for patient care at RUHMar 14, 2019
A great partnership is a rare and cherished thing. For 20 years, Bill, Manoli and Louis Barlas, along with their families and staff at Manos Restaurant and Lounge, have gone above and beyond in enriching patient care at Royal University Hospital and improving the quality of life for so many in our community.Read More »
RUH Foundation’s 20th Anniversary “Royal Studio 54 Ball” raises $255,000 to help save lives!Oct 16, 2018
Here’s the skinny: Guests of the Royal University Hospital Foundation’s “Royal Studio 54 Ball” presented by Nutrien were taken to the max at a groovy disco era night club Saturday evening at the 20th anniversary gala event at the Delta Bessborough.Read More »
Transformational uterine cancer screening proposal wins Royal University Hospital Foundation’s inaugural Women Leading Philanthropy $100,000 GrantOct 02, 2018
Genetic testing can reveal a lot about the person being tested and about that person’s relatives. And for those women diagnosed with uterine cancer in Saskatchewan and their families, genetic testing is in for a transformational makeover thanks to the genetics team at Royal University Hospital and women philanthropists from across Saskatchewan.Read More »
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