Celebrate a special occasion and support sick children

Celebrate someone special by making a gift in their honour. That someone special can be a friend or someone who has helped you.

You can turn your wedding, baptism, anniversary, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, or a holiday into an occasion to help sick children.

Or, make your birthday a meaningful one by asking for a donation to The Children’s instead of presents.This is an easy way to help transform care for sick children!

Kids do it too!
Would your child like to join other kids who give back to our young patients? Find out more about the Young Ambassadors’ Club and how he or she can be a part of it.

Thank a staff member
To thank a doctor, a nurse, or any staff member, you could also decide to make a single donation and offer them a Champions Pin.

Pages you can create

Birthday of a child
Celebrate your life and give a chance to a child whose wish is to celebrate many birthdays.
In honour of a special person
Pay tribute to someone special by helping to save young lives in their name.
Religious celebration
Do you have a baptism, a First Holy Communion, a Bar Mitzvah or other special religious celebration coming up? Make that day even more meaningful by raising funds for The Children's.
Your wedding is a very important moment in your life; make it even more meaningful by requesting donations to The Children's in lieu of gifts.
Time to hang up your skates? Take the opportunity to celebrate this new beginning and raise funds for sick children.