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The Saint Elizabeth Foundation
Established in 1997, the Saint Elizabeth Foundation is a Canadian not-for-profit organization with its own governing voluntary board of directors. The Foundation is dedicated to raising funds for the advancement of research and through the current programs supported by the Foundation we are assisting people to optimize their health and quality of life.
How to reach the Foundation
To learn more about the Saint Elizabeth Foundation
Call: 1.855.542.2732 (1.855.5.I.CARE.2)
Visit: Saint Elizabeth Foundation Charitable Registration No. 88472-6753-RR0001
How Foundation funds the Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program
The program is funded through charitable donations and corporate partners from the Saint Elizabeth Foundation. It is also funded through a mix of government and non-government grants as well as sponsorship. While the program does not receive dedicated secure funding, Saint Elizabeth has made an ongoing commitment to sustainability.
Examples of Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program initiatives funded through the Saint Elizabeth Foundation
Treaty 3 – Diabetes Workers Program – Partners include Transamerica Life Canada and Telus
Cardiac Health Course – Partners include Pfizer Canada, Physio-Control Canada and the Heart and Stroke Foundation
FNIM Caregiver Course – Partners include, Glaxo Smith Kline and Green Shield Canada
Elder Care Course – Partner, Green Shield
Saint Elizabeth Foundation FNIM Program Brochure