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Emma proudly bore the torch for Holland Bloorview as part of the Parapan Am Games Torch Relay on August 7
Tai can swim, play basketball and sledge hockey. He also has a spinal injury.
Your monthly gift provides certainty, stability and possibility for kids with disabilities.
With our birthday party program, kids learn that giving back is fun and easy, while choosing one gift that they really want.
The Change for Kids Investor Challenge is a unique way to support kids and youth with disabilities.
Our 2012-17 Strategic Plan sets out to define us as world leaders in the field of childhood disability
Generating innovative programs to improve the lives of children with disabilities and their families.
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Accessibility is foremost in our planning, program development and services
We're joining forces with the Milos Raonic foundation to raise $50,000 for SportFIT
The outdoor art, garden and summer camp program helps kids let their creativity and individuality shine.
Zach, a well-spoken seven-year-old, who has cerebral palsy has benefited from many services at Holland Bloorview. This year, he'll be attending Spiral Garden camp for the first time
Celebrate your birthday with ECHOage and raise funds for kids with disabilities.
Meet Our Kids
Find out how your donation is helping kids with disabilities discover their unlimited potential.
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation is committed to creating a world of possibilities for kids with disabilities
Your gift will help us provide innovative programs and services to kids with disabilities.
The IMPACT Matching Campaign is funded by The Coriat Family, The Slaight Family Foundation and La Fondation Emmanuelle Gattuso, who will match donations to Holland Bloorview over the next two years, up to $2.3 million. Learn more about the new campaign.
Chair's purpose is to improve the quality of life for kids with autism disorders and their families through research and teaching at Holland Bloorview and the University of Toronto. Learn more about how you can support the creation of this Chair for Autism Research.