Our fundraised dollars are vital to the operation of our charitable organization and ensure that all locations across Saskatchewan get proper resources. It helps improve our programming and allows us to provide a completely inclusive environment to our kids. As generous donors, you deserve complete transparency when you donate to a charitable organization.

Below are the most common areas where our fundraised dollars are allocated:

To ensure all kids have access to the care they need nursing salaries attribute to a large part of our operational costs. Fundraised dollars help us staff more nurses across the province in order to provide high-quality health care for kids outside a hospital setting. 

complex medical needs

Classroom and program supplies include items such as area rugs, books, shelving, puzzles, and art supplies. Having money allocated for these supplies allows our Early Child Care Educators to create inclusive projects based on topics the kids have expressed interest in to keep up with their growth and development.

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Sensory equipment helps calm and focus children so that they can better participate in learning and activities. Sensory items also help children work towards personal goals in specific areas of development. Some examples of this equipment include bubble tubes, light or water tables, switches, adaptive seating, and sensory boards.

sensory play - daycare

Fundraised dollars go towards getting our kids out and involved in their community. Costs are associated in order to explore our community which may include entrance/program fees, activity supplies, and transportation costs. There are a variety of activities and outings children can be involved in, such as the below where our children got to meet and play with Saskatchewan RoughRiders players.

community involvement

Donate today and help fund medically inclusive child care in Saskatchewan. We appreciate each and every donor. Without them, we would not be able to provide our kids with the inclusive care that they deserve.

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