Welcome to My Personal Fundraising Page
The 14th Annual Row for Kids is a joint fundraiser for the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation and the Edmonton Rowing Club. Our PCL team has been learning to row and 8-man boat over the summer and we finish off with a fun regatta on September 7th, 2019 at Telford lake in Leduc.
Our family has received great care from the Stollery and they provide the highest standard of loving care to each child that needs their help. Please help me raise money to support the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation!
Where do donations go?
All money raised through Row for Kids goes to the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation
(75%) and the Edmonton Rowing Club (25%).
About the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation
The Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation raises money for specialized equipment, subspecialty
medical education to train the best of the best, research to discover new treatments or
cures for child health issues, and specialized programs that improve patient and family
outcomes at the Stollery Children's Hospital.
How your support will help:
• Investing in specialists and sub-specialists: At the Stollery Children's Hospital
Foundation, we invest in the best. By funding advanced training for health professionals
in pediatrics & pediatric surgery/anesthesia, the Hospital is able to attract and retain the
world's top medical professionals. This program provides Fellowship and educational
support for pediatric and pediatric surgical specialists-in-training. Cost = $1.5 million
• Innovation & discovery: Home transition is an essential part of the Stollery's Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit program. The Stollery home transition team provides families with
the latest in transitional support helping to alleviate parents and family stressors. This
collaborative program includes community health and makes it possible for parents to
bring their kids home sooner. Cost = $300,000
• Network of Care: Research shows that infants and children get better faster when they
are closer to home with their families. The Newborn Individualized Developmental Care
and Assessment Program (NIDCAP) is an enhanced care model that promotes optimum
development for premature infants. NIDCAP reduces stressors while enabling growth
often resulting in earlier discharge from hospital. Cost = $250,000
About the Edmonton Rowing Club
The Edmonton Rowing Club is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to stimulate,
advocate and develop the sport of rowing in the Greater Edmonton Area. They work cooperatively
with other organizations and are actively involved in the community. They also
provide programs that support the development and self-esteem of our youth.
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