Impact of your Donations

Eighty-seven percent of Canadians are likely to be diagnosed with a major illness such as cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, arthritis or diabetes in their lifetime. That comes with a heavy price: $90 billion in treatment and lost productivity every year. Aligning with HealthPartners and our 16 charities sends a meaningful message to your employees and clients about your commitment to improving the health of Canadians. Find out how your workplace donations can make a difference in the lives of those suffering from chronic illness and disease.

Here’s Living Proof™ of your HealthPartners donations at work.

Your dollars can transform the lives of Canadians. A bi-weekly pledge to HealthPartners, via the Government of Canada Workplace Giving Campaign (GCWCC) or a private sector employee giving campaign, can make a real difference over the course of a year.

Visit to see the impact on those who have been helped.

5 per pay

Huntington Disease
Provides two hours of counselling service to someone who has just been diagnosed with Huntington disease.

Cystic Fibrosis
Provides parents with one-on-one training with a CF physiotherapist to learn how to effectively clear their child's lungs.

Gives a family an hour of one-on-one support to learn how to live with someone with Alzheimer's.

10 per pay

Sends a child to a day of camp at the diabetes summer camp to learn how to manage their disease and just be a kid!

Allows one person living with arthritis to attend a chronic pain management workshop which teaches individuals techniques to help manage the pain of arthritis.

20 per pay

Heart and Stroke
Funds innovative research which increases our understanding of why heart disease and stroke happens and provides new options for treatment and management.

Provides funds for one child with hemophilia to attend summer camp where he will learn to self-infuse under the supervision of a specialized nurse.

Lung Disease
Provides free access to Certified Respiratory Educators who can answer any questions related to lung health and support people with lung disease.

30 per pay

Multiple Sclerosis
Provides incontinence supplies for one year to someone suffering with multiple sclerosis.

Liver Disease
Helps support the recruitment of medical students into the field of liver research for the benefit of the 1 in 10 Canadians affected by liver disease.

50 per pay

Provides transportation for one cancer patient to a life-saving treatment appointment, so that they can focus on getting well, not on being the one in five cancer patients who cannot get treatment.

Muscular Dystrophy
Helps a person living with muscular dystrophy to buy a cough assistant machine that can prevent serious respiratory complications.

Kidney Disease
Allows two children with kidney disease the joy of camp where all their dialysis needs are managed, while offering parents peace of mind and needed respite.

100 per pay

A new lift chair to help a person living with ALS stay at home longer with loved ones and improve quality of life.

Makes a significant investment in national research and provides two months of funding for a graduate student to investigate the causes, improved treatments and one day, unlock the cure to Parkinson's disease.

Crohn's and Colitis
Helps junior scientists have the opportunity to learn and grow under the supervision of senior IBD research through Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.