Supporting health

Taking action toward whole health and wellness requires each of us to have access to, understand and use health information. That’s why Saskatchewan Blue Cross proudly supports organizations and initiatives working to improve health literacy in communities across Saskatchewan.

Just some of the organizations we support

These organizations help ensure Saskatchewan residents have access to the important health-related services and programs they need during challenging times. They’re also working to advance research in key areas. For Saskatchewan Blue Cross, supporting organizations whose mandates relate to the keeping Saskatchewan healthy just makes sense.

211 Saskatchewan

211 Saskatchewan makes it easy to access community, social, non-clinical health, and government services across SK.

Heart & Stroke Foundation

Championing critical research, forging partnerships, creating healthier environments, triggering change and funding initiatives to improve health in SK.

HeartSafe

Outfitting public locations with AEDs to increase the chances of survival for SK residents who experience sudden cardiac arrest.

Hospitals of SK

Investing in initiatives with hospitals across SK to fund life-saving equipment, technology, and cutting-edge facilities so that SK residents have access to the care they need, when they need it.

Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital (JPCH)

JPCH is committed to ensuring that SK’s new maternal & children’s hospital is a special place for kids, moms-to-be, and families.

Love2Live

Love2Live provides tools to improve the health of individuals in SK with risk factors for cardiovascular and other chronic diseases.

Make-a-Wish Foundation

Creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses to provide them with hope when they need it the most.

Med.Hack(+)

This biannual event brings together problems in healthcare and problem solvers who can build solutions through the use of technology.

MS Walk

MS Society supports SK residents living with MS and raises funds to strengthen the MS research community.

Ronald McDonald House (RMHC-SK)

RMHC-SK provides accommodation for families of sick children traveling to Saskatoon to receive medical treatment.

SK Health Authority

The Community Champions Vaccine Program supports enhanced access to COVID-19 vaccines and addresses vaccine hestitancy through pop-up clinics across the province.

STARS Air Ambulance

STARS offers time, hope and life-saving transport to critically ill and injured patients in SK.

VIDO at USask

Developing vaccines and technologies that protect health against emerging infectious diseases, including COVID-19.