TODAY: Radiothon at JPCH Supporting Province’s Only Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Saskatchewan’s Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Radiothon presented by CIBC Wood Gundy is BACK live on location at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital (JPCH) and broadcasting province-wide on November 7th and 8th, 2023. Over the next two days, listeners from all across Saskatchewan will hear heartfelt stories from children, families, and medical professionals at JPCH from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily across 32 radio stations.

This year’s Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Radiothon focuses on saving young lives, enhancing pediatric care, and bringing critical resources to Saskatchewan’s ONLY Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), providing critical care to the sickest children in the province.

The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is a crucial provincial hub whose highly skilled medical professionals have specialized training to navigate life-threatening conditions and save Saskatchewan kids’ lives. Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital has over *80,000 babies and children visits annually and *62% of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit patients are from outside of Saskatoon. With your donation, every child in Saskatchewan will have access to critical care regardless of where they live.

A huge thank you to our dedicated supporters of Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation, Gord
and Barb Broda of Prince Albert who are matching Radiothon donations up to $150,000!
“Healing happens faster for children when they can stay close to their family while receiving care
at Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital. Keeping kids in our own province is vital for not only our
children but also Saskatchewan families which strengthens our entire province,” said Barb Broda.
“Every donation to Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Radiothon matters, and we are proud to double
your donation with our match, up to $150,000. Let’s make a difference for our province’s children
together,” adds Gord Broda.

“We are excited to bring our Foundation’s provincial Radiothon back live-on-location at Jim
Pattison Children’s Hospital. We are not just raising funds, we are transforming Saskatchewan
children’s futures. With every donation, you are ensuring that over *80,000 Saskatchewan children
and babies who visit JPCH each year receive the exceptional care they deserve. One of the most
important things you may do today is pick up the phone and make a donation. It absolutely could
help save a child’s life,” said Brynn Boback-Lane, President and CEO of Jim Pattison Children’s
Hospital Foundation.

Saskatoon listeners can hear the Radiothon by tuning in to 600 CJWW and 96.3 CRUZ FM on both
days, or 650 CKOM and C95 on November 8. Regina listeners can turn the dial to Play 92.1, 104.9
The Wolf and 620 CKRM each day. Dial in to CJYM 1330 for Rosetown listeners. Stations from Prince
Albert include Power99, Beach Radio 101.5 and 900 CKBI, while North Battleford stations include
1050 CJNB, Q98 and 93.3 Beach Radio. Meadow Lake’s 102.3 CJNS and Missinipi Broadcasting Co
are also participating. Fox FM and GX94 from Yorkton, as well as CJVR FM and 750 Beach Radio
from Melfort are also broadcasting the Radiothon. Listeners can also tune into 107.5 Bolt FM in
Humboldt, 800 CHAB and MIX 103.9 in Moose Jaw and Country 104.9 FM and CFYM 1210 in
Kindersley. The Eagle 94.1 FM and CKSW 570 in Swift Current, Cat Country 98.1 FM in Assiniboia, CJ
1150 in Estevan, CJSN 1490 in Shaunavon, along with AM 1190 Radio and Magic 103.5 in Weyburn are
also broadcasting the event.

Ready to make a difference? Call the CPKC Sunshine Line at 1-888-808-KIDS (5437) or visit Saskatchewan kids need you.

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