Angels Den 2020
If you want to see some great science, watch Angels Den 2020. Learn more
COVID-19 has turned our lives upside down – and health care with it. It has not been pregnancy as usual! It’s no wonder expectant and new moms, as well as their families, have a lot of questions and concerns about pregnancy, labour and newborn care. We have answers.Watch video
Six teams of St. Michael’s Hospital’s all-star scientists battled it out on Angels Den Virtual for a chance to win prizes totaling nearly $500,000. Their aim? To change the game for COVID-19 and other tough health challenges.Watch video
Why shouldn’t everyone get the care experience they deserve? Dr. Irfan Dhalla, Dr. Carolyn Snider, Dr. Tim Rutledge and Dr. Seema Marwaha discuss embracing new strategies and reinventing Canada’s health-care experience.Watch video
Dr. Jim Withers has taken medicine to the people, no matter where they live – whether in tents, along roadsides, or under bridges. In the process, he has not only changed medicine, but also humanity. Hear how Dr. Withers has done it.Watch video
Kidney transplant recipients and people living with chronic kidney disease are at higher risk of serious COVID-19 complications. What do we know about how the virus works, and what can we do to protect ourselves? Find out more here.Watch video
COVID-19 has turned Canada’s health-care experience upside down. Artificial intelligence is key to preventing the upheaval we’re living through now and to the future of our health and well-being. Find out more here.Watch video
Coming in 2021
A brain aneurysm can stop a heart. A heart attack can cause a stroke.
Turns out the brain and heart are more intricately connected than we may have imagined.
So why are they treated separately across the world?
At St. Michael’s Hospital, they’re not. In fact, we’ve created a state-of-the-art hub for our legendary brain and heart specialists to tackle the toughest neurosurgical and cardiac cases.
It sounds simple. In reality, it’s a transformational model of care that is at the vanguard of medicine.
Join us at Angel Ball 2021 and revolutionize brain and heart care.
St. Michael’s Young Leaders (SMYL) is a dynamic group of young professionals who raise funds and awareness on behalf of St. Michael’s Hospital. All events are postponed due to COVID-19, but stay tuned for more information.
The DODGER, Toronto’s premier charity dodgeball tournament, attracts 700+ participants and spectators and aims to raise $100,000 for St. Michael’s Hospital.Learn more
The BOWLER charity event raises $70,000 to support Scar Wars, a groundbreaking project that helps to revolutionize treatment and address the cause of mortality in the developed world.Learn more
Fundraise your way
Start a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) fundraiser and take your own Stop at Nothing challenge. Host an event. Celebrate a special anniversary. Pay tribute to a loved on. Set up your own fundraiser to show your solidarity to our teams working relentlessly to support us during COVID-19.
Virtual Pilates for Courage
Erin Quinn is a certified Pilates instructor and a member of St. Michael’s Young Leaders. When COVID-19 hit, she decided to take her in-studio Pilates classes online.Learn more
Isolation Run for Health-Care Workers
Isolation Run invites avid and amateur joggers to raise funds to help hospitals, like St. Michael’s, fight the COVID-19 pandemic.Learn more
Music with Drew
Musician Drew Badali hosts kids’ music classes on Instagram Live every morning at 11 A.M. Young ones can sing, clap, stomp, and play instruments like shakers and drums made from household items.Learn more
Elizabeth Krehm Memorial Concert Series
Classical music recitals are now being livestreamed to raise money for St. Michael’s COVID-19 Courage Fund. Performers include pianist Emily Rho and violinists Jessica Tong and Marie Berard. Click here for more information, and to subscribe to the Canzona YouTube channel.Learn more
The fourth Malachy’s Soiree — a fundraiser created by Kerry O’Reilly Wilks whose son was cared for by St. Michael’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit team — saw more than 500 of Toronto’s movers and shakers rock the Rebel nightclub to raise $375,000 to support St. Michael’s Campaign for NICU and Maternal Care.Learn more
Out of the Rough
St. Michael’s Hospital Head Injury Clinic hosted its 17th annual Out of the Rough golf tournament, drawing more than 200 people to Thornhill Golf Club to show off their skills on the greens and raise funds for patients affected by mild traumatic brain injury.Learn more
Cardiac Care Classic
At the annual Cardiac Care Classic, teams of golfers came together for a fun day of golf followed by a heart-healthy sit-down dinner, all in support of cardiac and vascular research at St. Michael’s. The day includes a swag bag, raffle tickets, auction prizes, a putting contest and more.Learn more
Gratitude 10 Festival
After undergoing treatment for glioma, a slow-growing progressive brain cancer, Jane Brean decided to give back to her compassionate caregivers by launching an evening of music, art and dance. The Gratitude 10 festival has raised $190,000 to support glioma research at St. Michael’s.Learn more
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