25th anniversary of Festival of Trees - Over $293,000 raised!
The Moose Jaw Health Foundation’s 25th Annual Festival of Trees holiday took place on Saturday, November 19th at the Heritage Inn. This year’s theme “Black/Gold” celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Festival of Trees and the 30th Anniversary of the Moose Jaw Health Foundation. Over $293,000 was raised in support of the Foundation's campaign for new state-of-the-art surgical equipment.
Moose Jaw Warriors - True Warriors Campaign Announced
The Moose Jaw Warriors have unveiled their “True Warriors” Cancer awareness jersey. The jerseys will be worn at select Warriors home games throughout October and November and then auctioned off with proceeds going to the Moose Jaw Health Foundation. Fans will be given the opportunity to nominate names during the month of September of those touched by cancer, either currently battling, survivors, and those lost to cancer. Click here for more details.
Moose Jaw health Foundation Gala - A Blue & White Night
On Friday, September 30th the Moose Jaw Health Foundation Gala – “a blue and white night” presented by Blue Whale Financial Solutions takes place at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre in support of raising funds for a new state-of-the-art piece of medical equipment for the hyperbaric chamber. The gala evening features performances by Alan Doyle (of Great Big Sea) & the Beautiful Gypsies along with the Heartbroken.
mAY 5TH AND MAY 6TH
10TH ANNUAL 800 CHAB FAMILY FIRST RADIOTHON
The 10th Annual Family First Radiothon took place on Thursday, May 5th and Friday, May 6th for 36 hours. This year's 800 CHAB Family First Radiothon raised funds in support of the hyperbaric chamber and additional medical equipment. This year's radiothon raised over $188,000 and helped the Foundation achieve our capital equipment stretch goal. Thank you Moose Jaw.
October 6th, 2015
New Regional Hospital named after Dr. F.H. Wigmore
The Dr. F.H. & Beth Wigmore family is donating $2.5 million to the Foundation to further health care in the Five Hills Health Region. In recognition of this donation and the Wigmores’ contribution to health care in the community, the new regional hospital in Moose Jaw will be named the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.