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Tiny Miracles

Tiny Miracle Fund

Help make a BIG difference in the lives of our tiniest patients.

The Auxiliary of The Jewish General Hospital is proud of our latest initiative, The Tiny Miracle Fund, committed to purchasing vital, life-sustaining equipment for our tiniest and most vulnerable patients at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Tiny Miracle Fund

Help make a BIG difference in the lives of our tiniest patients.

The Auxiliary of The Jewish General Hospital is proud of our latest initiative, The Tiny Miracle Fund, committed to purchasing vital, life-sustaining equipment for our tiniest and most vulnerable patients at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

World Prematurity Day

Annually on November 17th The Auxiliary acknowledges World Prematurity Day. NICU staff and families gather to raise awareness about prematurity and celebrate all the tiny miracles who are born at the JGH. Food and gift bags are donated to families. Massage chair therapy is available to parents and NICU staff that day.

Purple for Preemies

Schools around the city participate in raising awareness about prematurity by allowing their students to dress in purple or wear purple accessories in exchange for a toonie donation.

Purple for Preemies

Schools around the city participate in raising awareness about prematurity by allowing their students to dress in purple or wear purple accessories in exchange for a toonie donation.

Books for Babies – New Reading Program

The NICU is provided with childrens’ books for parents to read to their infants. Donations for our ongoing book drive can be made directly through The Auxiliary.

Tiny Miracle Fund

Committed to supporting our tiniest and most vulnerable patients through the purchasing of vital life-sustaining equipment for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Helping to raise awareness of the magnitude of preterm births.
Chairs: Hela Boro, Maria Patsatzis, Roz Rinzler, Lucy Wolkove

Tiny Miracle Fund

Committed to supporting our tiniest and most vulnerable patients through the purchasing of vital life-sustaining equipment for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Helping to raise awareness of the magnitude of preterm births.
Chairs: Hela Boro, Maria Patsatzis, Roz Rinzler, Lucy Wolkove

Wall of Hope

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at pavilion K has an inspiring display wall, which consists of 20 photographs of the NICU and graduates holding their baby pictures with their names and birth statistics, who were born weighing less than one kilogram. The purpose of the display is to provide a message of hope for the parents of premature infants.