BHP has invested $150,000 towards Hope’s Home

The generous gift of $150,000 from BHP will provide an essential nursing station at the new medically inclusive childcare center.  

“Hope’s Home is incredibly grateful for the generous gift that is being made by BHP,” said Jacqueline Tisher, Founder and CEO of Hope’s Home. This significant contribution provides one of the nursing stations and supplies which allow us to bring medically inclusive care to families and children in Saskatoon.”

“Finding childcare for kids with medical needs can be an extreme point of stress for many families,” said Karina Gistelinck, Asset President of BHP Potash. “We are pleased that we can be a part of making possible the new Hope’s Home center in Saskatoon – and help provide these much-needed services to more families in the province.”

On-site nursing stations are what make Hope’s Home distinctive. Inside the new center, there will be two nursing stations. The stations will be equipped with, medical equipment and supplies needed for everything from complex medical needs to a scraped knee. The nursing stations will provide a safe space where children can be treated in private while keeping them comfortable with child-friendly features like medical dolls and teddy bears that educate and alleviate any stress or fear a child may have.

To learn more about the new Saskatoon Center click here.