Giving Back

Alquinn homes gives a $100 donation from every house to support The Stollery Children's Hospital, Morinville Foodbank, Regina Foodbank and Edmonton's Foodbank.

We're also a proud supporter of the Ronald McDonald House "Meals that Mend" program that provides meals to families when they need it most. As a family-focused business, Alquinn Homes understands the challenges that a family faces when dealing with a child in hospital, and we wanted to help make a difference. We look forward to helping RMH families through this program by freeing up more of their time to support their children and to help them feel better.

About the Stollery Children's Hospital

Stollery Children's Hospital The Stollery Children's Hospital is home to more than 640 physicians and more than 670 multidisciplinary staff in allied health disciplines, all dedicated to providing children with the best health care in Canada. With 133 beds, the Stollery Children’s Hospital provides services to one of the largest health regions in the world. As Capital Health's primary acute care centre for children, the Stollery is also home base for the Regional Child Health Program. Numerous specialty services are provided here, including pediatric and neonatal intensive care and pediatric emergency.

Stollery Childrens Hospital

Funds raised by the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation help make our hospital a leader in Canada in many areas. The Stollery Children’s Hospital is Canada’s largest children’s heart transplant centre, Western Canada referral centre for pediatric heart surgery, and a national leader in organ transplantation. The hospital was the first in the west to have an ECMO (Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation) program — a last resort, life-saving device that acts as a child’s external heart and lungs.

The Stollery has a reputation for leading-edge medical innovation in many areas. Stollery biomedical engineers and technicians hold the patent on the SAINT (sub-arctic intelligent neonatal transport), a mini intensive care unit that safely transfers critically ill infants in sub-zero temperatures. Surgical advances in epilepsy have brought national and international recognition, and the neurosurgery team is making huge strides in treatment of children with brain and spinal problems.

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Priority Needs

  • State-of-the-art equipment to provide the best care possible
  • Research to provide cures and treatments for childhood diseases
  • Fellowships for advanced medical education of pediatric specialists

About the Ronald McDonald House Charities "Meals That Mend" program

logo for Ronald McDonald House Charities North AlbertaMeals that Mend provides a comforting meal for RMHCNA families when they need it the most. Participants gather a group of friends or family to prepare brunch, lunch, or dinner for all families at the House.

For more information, please visit the Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Alberta website.