Welcome to the Moose Jaw Health Foundation

The Moose Jaw Health Foundation has an ambitious plan to equip our new regional hospital. The Moose Jaw's new hospital is the first of its kind to be built in Canada; and the Moose Jaw Health Foundation needs the support of donors to equip it with the best medical equipment to help patients in Moose Jaw and Southern Saskatchewan.  The goal of the campaign to equip the new regional hospital is $8,000,000.

Every dollar raised for the new hospital will stay in our community to help future patients overcome their health challenge. We are raising money currently for state-of-the-art medical equipment and services that will directly enhance patient care at our new hospital. Without generous donations from our community, we simply will not be able to do this.

Thank you for visiting our website and taking the time to learn more about how the Moose Jaw Health Foundation helps patients. The Moose Jaw Health Foundation greatly appreciates the support of our donors.  Donors will make the difference in the lives of patients at our new hospital. Please help the Foundation equip the new regional hospital today.

Equipping the Hospital of Tomorrow...Today

Capital Campaign to Equip the New Regional Hospital in Moose Jaw

The Moose Jaw Health Foundation announced the campaign to equip the new regional hospital's goal of $8,000,000 today to a packed room of Health Foundation supporters. Dave Reidy will chair the campaign to equip the new regional hospital and said, "We have been planning this campaign for over a year and are excited to share this with you in the community.  The $8,000,000 dollar goal is the largest campaign goal ever by the Moose Jaw Health Foundation.  Stay tuned for exciting announcements."

Equipping the New Regional Hospital's Universal Care Unit

The Foundation is currently raising funds for medical equipment to equip the new Universal Care Unit of Moose Jaw's New Regional Hospital.  The 800 CHAB Family First Radiothon goal of $500,000 is the first important step in Foundation's $8,000,000 goal to fully equip the new regional hospital with state-of-the-art equipment that directly enhances patient care.


News & Announcements

June 24

Farming for Five Hills

The Moose Jaw Health Foundation has a challenge for farmers in the Five Hills Health Region – the 25-Acre Challenge. The challenge is part of Farming for Five Hills – a fundraiser that enables farm families in the health region to become actively involved in the Moose Jaw Health Foundation’s campaign to equip the new regional hospital.



The 9th Annual Family First Radiothon set a new fundraising record of over $1,004,000 raised  on Thursday, May 7th and Friday, May 8th for 36 hours on 800 CHAB.  Thank you to all of our donors and supporters for helping to equip each of the new 72 in-patient rooms with new medical equipment to help people throughout the Five Hills Health Region.

FesTival of Trees 2014 - romance me

Thank you Moose Jaw! Over $269,970 raised at the Moose Jaw Health Foundation's Festival of Trees holiday gala in support of the Foundation's Capital Equipment Campaign.

sept 18th

santokh (sid) chhokar & Family donate $100,000 to the capital equipment campaign!

Sardar Santokh (Sid) Chhokar and Family have donated $100,000 to the Capital Equipment Campaign.  The donation will be directed to the C-section suite of the new Moose Jaw Regional Hospital.  The gift from the Chhokar family recognizes the memory of his honourable father
Sardar Nasib Singh Chhokar and made in the loving spirit of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

MAY 30th

MRI for Moose jaw!  

Saskatchewan Health Minister Dustin Duncan announced the new regional hospital in Moose Jaw will be home to a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unit at the Heritage Inn Friday. The $3.3 million cost of the MRI will be raised by the Moose Jaw Health Foundation, but the province will fund the operating costs associated with it when use of it begins in 2016.

MAY 2nd

Family First Radiothon Smashes Goal! The 8th Annual Family First Radiothon smashed it's goal to equip the Universal Care Unit with over $688,000 raised a record total for the Universal Care Unit. The Foundation deeply appreciate the support of all donors, volunteers, service clubs and businesses that gave.


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