We are calling on you, to do something hard.
MOM HALO is asking you, our community, to join forces, and be on the front line of our effort.
We are building an army of moms, dads and caregivers, with one shared goal - to raise $1 Million for The Hospital for Sick Children. A cause that hits so close to home for not only our team, but for our community.
We invite you to suit up. The battle field for Sick Kids is lined with brave warriors, barring the wounds, rocking their beads, and together we will join them.
This is an act of radical generosity to support the most vulnerable kids, with the beacon of hope that is SickKids.
We are SO committed to this venture, and we cannot wait to see what we dream up.
We want you!
How to take part:
Claim a spot and become an official Project HALO supporter.
Become one of the official 1,000 families to commit to raising $1,000 dollars.
CLICK HERE to take a spot….
SickKids is the place you never want to go, but glad it's there.
We can do this hard thing…. And together, we can get to $1,000,000.00!
Use social media to help promote your support of Project Halo. Be sure to tag Mom Halo & SickKids by using the handles below.
Feel free to re-share the content that SickKids posts on their channels. Whether it be an update on Facebook or an Instagram post or story, you're welcome to re-post and include your fundraising link. Also checkout SickKids YouTube channel for videos to share.
@projectmomhalo @momhalo - Facebook and Instagram
@SickKidsFoundation - Facebook
@sickkidsvs & @sickkidstoronto - Instagram
@SickKids - Twitter
*Please note that SickKids kindly asks that you do not share photos of SickKids or patients that you find in a Google/Browser search. We ask that you only share what is posted or provided by SickKids, or your own personal photos. Thank you.
WHEN SICKKIDS WAS BUILT on the current site 70 years ago, it was a state-of-the-art hospital reflecting the latest medical practices and technologies. Today, parts of the building don’t meet modern building codes. SickKids is a world-renowned paediatric hospital, but you wouldn’t know it to look at our clinical spaces: a neonatal intensive care unit where anguished families are crammed five to a room. An emergency department overrun and threadbare. Hallways that double as storage closets. A hospital at a crossroads.
As our facilities deteriorate, Toronto’s population grows—along with demand for our services. At the same time, our patient caseloads have become more chronic and complex. Because of Medical and technological advances, more kids are surviving serious illness. Our next challenge is how to help them thrive long-term. But we can’t do that in a 1949 building. Without a new hospital, we simply won’t be able to meet the needs of future generations.
Every aspect of the new clinical campus will be designed to better serve patients and families. Rooms will be bigger, brighter, and offer more privacy and comforts. Technology will be woven into all aspects of care: hospital-wide electronic records, portable equipment that comes to the bedside, modular rooms that can convert to any kind of clinic: orthopaedic one day, diabetes the next. The keyword is adaptable. We’re building a hospital for the next 70 years.