The annual Rhythm 'n Ribs BBQ and Music Festival is coming up in late July, but it is not too early for artists and amateur BBQ enthusiasts to get their entries in to perform on stage, and to perform on their barbeque.
The Health Foundation greatly appreciates the support of individuals, businesses and organizations who make it possible for us to purchase critical equipment to improve healthcare throughout east-central Saskatchewan. Please consider making a donation today.
Every year proceeds of our Cash Lottery helps buy equipment for your regional hospital in Yorkton. This year the proceeds of the lottery will help buy new state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment for the breast screening program.
This new equipment will improve the ability to detect cancer and is an important upgrade to diagnostic services in the region.
Buy your ticket today and help us continue to improve our local healthcare.
This lottery has helped to buy a CT scanner, digital mammography equipment, echocardiogram, rehabilitation equipment for stroke and heart attack victims, equipment for the operating room, for the intensive care unit and for the lab.
Healthcare staff in the region may apply for education awards twice a year. Applications are now being accepted for the Spring 2019 awards. Application deadline is May 1.
The 13th annual GX94 and FOX FM Airwaves for Health Radiothon will be held in April. Harvard Broadcasting covers all of the costs of the radiothon, so 100% of donations go toward buying medical equipment.
The annual Charity Golf Classic is held at Deer Park Golf Course in Yorkton in June. Golfers and sponsors raise money to buy medical equipment for facilities in the region.
The third barbeque and music festival is held in late July at the Exhibition Grounds in Yorkton. It is a free and family-friendly event with something for everyone.
Whether you want to run 2k, 5k, 10k or 21k and compete against others, or walk 5k at your own pace, the Charity Road Race and Community Walk lets you compete and contribute in August.
The annual late-October gala, with a unique theme that changes every year, provides a social evening with dinner, dancing, and a silent auction.
Each spring local agri-businesses and people seed the crop, and harvest it in fall. The result is that Farming for Health has raised more than $1 million in its first five years. And still going strong.
The Health Foundation of East Central Saskatchewan, Inc. is a volunteer organization dedicated to being the leaders in continuously improving and expanding the quality of healthcare and medical services in east central Saskatchewan.
Our mission is to work in partnership with donors, the community, healthcare providers and government to raise and invest funds in capital and educational initiatives that will enhance healthcare services for our health region.
The Foundation is guided by a volunteer board, and operates independently from both the health region and government. It receives no money other than your much-appreciated donations.