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The Sals Pay It Forward program is a charitable fundraising initiative aimed to raise money and build awareness for Manitoba Charities. Proceeds from specific menu items and Sals Gift Card Sales are directly donated to selected Manitoba Charities during the Sals Pay It Forward Campaigns.
Is Manitoba’s leading site for joint replacement surgeries, including hip and knee, as well as ground-breaking research. The profound benefits of hip and knee surgeries improve the lives of people suffering from joint pain, poor function and limited mobility.
We support our fantastic staff at Concordia Hospital with Sals Gift Cards. We will use them as encouragement as well as to reward volunteers who daily go above and beyond for our patients. We love using Gift Cards as a gesture of appreciation to nurses, urgent care staff, healthcare aides, security staff, volunteers, childcare staff and everyone on the team who provides excellent care and pays it forward every day.
Our mission is to provide informational, financial and emotional support to patients, families and caregivers affected by cancer.
We would use the Gift Cards in our care packages that we deliver which would provide cancer patients and their families a night out, or the ability to purchase “Heat & Eat” meals from the Sals Market. Also, we would gift them to caregivers and worthy recipients of the Kindness Project that we have in place.
Provides direct assistance to children in Manitoba living with special needs and experiencing economic disadvantage.
We would use a number of Gift Cards every month to gift deserving families. Our families have challenges and, in most cases, an insurmountable financial burden. Being able to eat out at Sals would provide an opportunity to feel like every other family. Gift Cards would also be used to thank our incredible volunteers.
ICYA provides hope by giving kids a safe place to drop in, have healthy meals, a wilderness camp experience, mentors, and life and job skills.
Inner City Youth Alive (ICYA) is located in the North End of Winnipeg, which is one of the poorest and under-served areas in Winnipeg and Canada. ICYA provides a safe, active and nurturing environment for children and youth, many of whom experience poverty, abuse and neglect.
Health Sciences Centre is Manitoba’s hospital with specialized support for trauma, neurosurgery, burn, transplant, and psychiatric health.
Located on over 32 acres of land in central Winnipeg and serving residents of Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario, and Nunavut, it is the province’s largest health-care facility, and a major referral centre for complex health problems. Every clinical hospital-based service available in the province is offered at HSC, except for cardiac surgery and eye surgery. This means the majority of Manitobans’ tertiary care is provided here, regardless of which community they call home.
Raises funds to help support its vision of building and inspiring a community of inclusion where people with intellectual disabilities are valued and enabled to live to their full potential.
Your donation of Salisbury House Gift Cards will benefit the adults, youth and children living with intellectual disabilities through our Community Living, Specialized Support and Resource Services, Indigenous Cultural and Spiritual Enhancement and Multicultural Programs, DASCHWorks, and The Scrap Came Back.
Your support will help build the Emergency Department our community deserves, for thousands of patients who depend on St. Boniface Hospital in their most critical moments.
Receiving a Sals Gift Card means the world to front line healthcare heroes at St. Boniface Hospital. Gift Cards will be provided to hardworking staff across the hospital through special recognition programs like the “Sals Star of the Week”. With your help, we can expand these impactful and creative appreciation programs for our community of caring.
All funds donated to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation remain in Manitoba. These funds support CancerCare Manitoba's internationally recognized team of health professionals who provide outstanding care for patients and their families.
The Foundation’s mission, in partnership with donors, is to support CancerCare Manitoba’s strategic priorities. This year is the Foundation’s 20th anniversary, a significant milestone marking two decades of investment and progress.
Thanks to the generosity of many donors, CancerCare Manitoba Foundation has been able to grant more than $151 million since 2000. This support to CancerCare Manitoba profoundly impacts patient outcomes.
Serving the needs of Winnipeg’s most marginalized residents since 1972
Serving the needs of Winnipeg’s most vulnerable residents since 1972, Main Street Project offers programming and services to help our community members build stability. Working under a housing first philosophy, we work with each individual to support positive changes and transition them towards stable, permanent housing.
Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba is dedicated to ensuring that every child treated at HSC Winnipeg Children’s Hospital has the best care and experience possible.
Since 1971, with incredible donor support, the Foundation has raised more than $165 million to help sick and injured children from Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario, and Nunavut. Funds support important programs that bring comfort to sick children, life-saving equipment, and health research to improve the lives of children everywhere.