Our Sponsors

AboutKidsHealth is proud to partner with the following sponsors as they support our mission to improve the health and well-being of children in Canada and around the world by making accessible health-care information available via the Internet.

AboutKidsHealth and SickKids do not endorse specific products or services. AboutKidsHealth does not host or receive funding from advertising or from the display of commercial content. Sponsors are not involved in any editorial decisions about content on AboutKidsHealth.

Program sponsors

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The LCBO, through Spirit of Sustainability is committed to driving meaningful change in our communities, where everyone has equitable access to the essential resources they need to live happy, healthy lives across Ontario. That’s why the LCBO is partnering with SickKids Foundation by providing them with in-store fundraising opportunities. The funds raised will help the LCBO to achieve their commitments and ensure communities thrive. Thanks to the LCBO’s dedicated workforce and the generosity of their customers, the LCBO is able to provide donations to SickKids to support hospital needs, including the AboutKidsHealth program.

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Chelsea Hotel, Toronto


As an extension of the Chelsea CARES program, the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto is a proud supporter of the AboutKidsHealth initiative. Chelsea CARES is a year-round program that provides complimentary accommodation to out-of-town families visiting their loved ones at SickKids. It has always been a top priority to show appreciation and give back to the community. As a family-friendly hotel, it is the perfect venue to promote the AboutKidsHealth program to the thousands of families staying at the hotel throughout the year.

Corporate & Learning Hub Sponsors

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TD Bank Group


TD Bank Group (TD), as part of its corporate citizenship platform, the TD Ready Commitment, is focused on continuing to invest in innovative solutions that support early interventions, improve adolescent health and leverage research and technology to help create more equitable health outcomes for all. Adolescence is a period of dramatic physical, mental and social change when access to care and support is critical to overall health and development. Funding from TD supports programs like AboutKidsHealth that address health issues of top concern and helps support adolescents as they navigate this transitional stage in their development. To learn more about the TD Ready Commitment, visit td.com/tdreadycommitment.

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Jordana's Rainbows


The revision and creation of the many resources under our Brain Tumours Learning Hub was made possible through the generous support of Jordana's Rainbows, a family foundation whose mission is "to share Jordana's vision for a kinder world and seek to enrich lives with her rainbows of hope. Jordana's Rainbows is dedicated to the advocacy for children diagnosed with cancer and to the advancement of DIPG research."

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The creation of our Intestinal Failure Learning Hub has been made possible through an educational grant provided by Takeda, a patient-focused, global biopharmaceutical company committed to bringing Better Health and a Brighter Future to people worldwide.

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Spin for Limbs


Spin for Limbs is a non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds to support SickKids limb reconstruction patients and their families. Our Limb Reconstruction Learning Hub has been made possible through generous donations from Spin for Limbs’ annual walk, bike and family festival. The resources are designed to help current and future SickKids patients prepare for their limb reconstruction journey.

Community Sponsors

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The Women’s Auxiliary Volunteers (WAV)