Every dollar makes a difference.
HealthPartners has national reach and local impact. No matter which part of the country you live in, your donation to HealthPartners is felt locally. There are over 1,200 HealthPartners member locations across Canada, delivering over 1,100 programs and services in the some of the smallest towns and largest urban centres.
Your donation can transform the lives of Canadians.
Provides two hours of counselling to someone who has just been diagnosed with Huntington’s disease.
Provides parents with one-on-one training with a cystic fibrosis physiotherapist to learn how to effectively clear their child’s lungs.
Gives an hour of one-on-one support for a family learning to live with Alzheimer’s.
Sends a child with diabetes to a day at the diabetes summer camp, where they’ll have fun while learning to manage their disease.
Allows one person living with arthritis to attend a chronic pain management workshop.
Funds innovative research that increases our understanding of why heart disease and stroke happen and provides new options for treatment and management.
Sends a child with hemophilia to summer camp where they’ll learn to self-infuse under the supervision of a specialized nurse.
Provides someone with lung disease free access to Certified Respiratory Educators who can answer any questions related to lung health
Provides a year of incontinence supplies to someone suffering with multiple sclerosis.
Helps the 1 in 10 Canadians affected by liver disease by recruiting medical students into the field of liver research.
Provides transportation for one cancer patient to a life-saving treatment appointment, so they can focus on getting well instead of being the one in five cancer patients who can’t get to treatment.
Helps a person living with muscular dystrophy buy a cough assist machine that can prevent serious respiratory complications.
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.
Provides a new lift chair to help a person living with ALS improve quality of life and stay at home longer with loved ones.
Makes a significant investment in 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.
Helps junior scientists have the opportunity to learn and grow under the supervision of senior IBD research through Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.