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Help Hospitals Help Kids Across Canada

This Christmas, Purdys is supporting children’s hospitals across Canada with our Dear Santa Collection. Each purchase helps local hospitals provide the best care to patients and their families. From new state-of-art facilities, to life-saving treatment, you can help us make a world of difference this holiday season.

Our Hospital Partners

Click to support with your purchase:

How You Can Support Kids

Online:

Buy the Dear Santa Collection online, and choose which partnering hospital foundation you would like to support

In-Shop:

Visit a Purdys shop nearest you to purchase a Dear Santa Bar, and the donation will be made to the local partnering children’s hospital.

Why Your Help Matters: Hear Their Stories.

Charlotte

Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation
Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation

Alberta Children’s Hospital and Stollery Children’s Hospital help kids like Charlotte, who was born with Down Syndrome and needed open-heart surgery at only five months old.

Avery

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

Avery was diagnosed with a rare condition called ALCAPA, and needed two open-heart surgeries by the age of five. With the help of BC Children’s, Avery is now happy and thriving.

Ethan

Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba

Ethan was only 10 months old when he was diagnosed with leukemia. He has had two years of therapy at the Children’s Hospital of Manitoba, including chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant.

Penelope

Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation

Penelope was born 16 weeks premature, and for the first 150 days of her life, she was in the NICU. But the staff at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital helped her grow strong until she could go home with her family.

Cori

SickKids Foundation

Cori was diagnosed with focal cortical dysplasia and had two brain surgeries at SickKids to remove a seizure-causing lesion. With the help of the team at SickKids, she bounced back and recovered.