Children's Miracle Network

Children’s Miracle Network’s mission is to save and improve the lives of as many Canadian children as possible. Your support helps fund equipment to create high-quality, child-friendly facilities so that kids can receive the immediate and specialized care they need to treat their conditions.​

Your donation saves lives
Eli, brain-lung-thyroid syndrome
Eli, brain-lung-thyroid syndrome
Your donation helps researchers at CHEO study genes & genetic variations that help kids like Eli receive a rare disease diagnosis & a targeted treatment plan.Likes: Reading, video games, music, cooking
Ryland, brain blockage
Ryland, brain blockage
Your donation funds pediatric neurology research at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, resulting in less invasive, more successful treatments for kids like Ryland who depend on a shunt to stay alive.Likes: Stuffed animals
Torrie, thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)/PTSD
Torrie, thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)/PTSD
Your support helps purchase live-saving equipment like a Pheresis machine. Torrie was the first child in Saskatchewan to be treated with the new machine. Without access to it, she would have to travel out of province for treatment.Likes: Playing the flute, painting
Raynham, type 1 Diabetes
Raynham, type 1 Diabetes
Your support helps purchase supplies & equipment for the Child Life Team so they can help pediatric patients like Raynham through the difficult moments of their journeys.Likes: Sports, choir, photography & cooking (wants to be a chef)
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