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Improving health care in our region


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.


Thank you!


The following donors contributed more than $1,000 in 2013.

Adeline Romanuik | Alcon Canada Inc.

Bailey's Funeral Home Ltd. | Bicon Pharmacies Canada Inc. | Brayden Ottenbreit Close Cuts for Cancer | Brompton Group

C & D Poultry Farms | Canadian Pacific Railway |
Canadian Tire | Canamera Carriers Inc. | Charis Medical Inc | Chernoff Family Foundation | Chickencow's Hearing Centre Ltd. | Christie's Funeral Home and Crematorium |
Churchbridge Lions Club | CN Complete Purchasing Services Inc. | Cornerstone Credit Union | Crossroads Credit Union Limited | Crusader Drilling Corp.

D.R. Auto Extras Ltd. | Dave Niebergall | David and Shelley Kehrig | Days Inn & Suites | Dianne Hood | Done-Rite Autobody and Painting Ltd. | Doris Elaine Parr | Drager Medical Canada

E & S Morrison Family Holdings Ltd. | Edgar and the late Alva Kaeding | Ed's Mini Storage | Energy Guard Water Technologies | Estate of Isobel Morrison | Estate of Valenteen Kereluk

Farrell Agencies Ltd. | Fedorowich Construction | Fox FM | Franklin Templeton Investments | Garry and Marion Fletcher
 
Gateway Co-operative Ltd | GCIC Ltd. | Grain Millers Canada Corp. | GX 94/Fox FM Radio


Hancock Plumbing Ltd. | Harvest Meats | Helen Guse | Henry and Florence Kereliuk | Home Hardware Building Centre

Information Services Corporation | Integrity Builders Ltd. | Invesco Trimark

Jack and Carrie Powell | Joan Renouf | John Sukenik


Keith and Val Ruf | Kinsmen Club of Yorkton

LDC Yorkton Processing GP | Linda Hydamacka | Logan Stevens Construction | Loucks Medi-Health Pharmacy | Louis Dreyfous Commodities


MC Knoll School | Mary Haley | McDonald's (Yorkton) | Melrose Place | Michael Glaicar | Morris Industries | Mosaic Potash Esterhazy Limited Partnership | Murray and Adele Pask

National Bank Financial | Nick and Evelyn Pidhorney


Original Six Steakholders Investment | OSS (2002) Ltd.

Painted Hand Community Development Corporation | Parkland Sobeys

Randy Thiedig | Ray and Elsie Malinowski | RBC | RBC Foundation | Re/Max Blue Chip Realty | Richardson Oilseed Holdings Ltd. | RM of Good Lake No. 274 | Rose Gress | Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 77 | Rusnak Balacko Kachur Rusnak | Ruth Smith


Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Inc. | SaskTel | Schaan Healthcare Products | SEI Investments Canada Company | Shawn Patenaude Legal Prof Corp. | Sophia Pisiak | Supreme Basics


TA Foods Ltd. | TD Bank Financial Group | Terry Ortynsky's Royal Ford


Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood | Ukrainian Catholic Women's League | United Commercial Travellers #578

Viterra Inc.

W.S. Industrial Construction | Wagner's Flooring | Western Financial Group


York Auto Supply (Yorkton) 1976 Ltd. | Yorkton Co-operative Association Ltd.
From the left: David Johnson, Yorkton Kinsmen President; Denae Rivett and Dana Prystupa, Yorkton Kinettes; Ross Fisher, Executive Director of The Health Foundation; Ron Hanishewsky, National President of Kin Canada.

Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation Donates $40,000 for new nursing home bus


New resident bus has been ordered


The Kinsmen Foundation has stepped up in a big way for the residents of the Yorkton & District Nursing Home, Ross Fisher, the Executive Director of The Health Foundation, said Oct. 14 when the Kinsmen Foundation made a major contribution. “We have been raising money since the beginning of the year for a new bus. The bus failed its safety inspection in May of 2013, and has been off the road since then. The nursing home and the Wellness Centre have tried to make do with city transit since that time, but that simply doesn’t work.


"A new bus has a purchase price of approximately $97,000, and we had raised $57,000 from services clubs and the residents and their families. However the remaining money was proving hard to raise. We approached the Kinsmen Foundation for help and they saw how much a new bus means to the quality of life of the residents and agreed to donate the remaining money so we could buy the bus,” continued Mr. Fisher.


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