Little Hearts Family Group Inc.

Family Resource List



Kinsmen TelemiracleFinancial help for gas/flights, meals and accommodation

More info:

Ronald MacDonald House Charities – Accommodations and meals while away from home (including discounted hotels for when the house is fully booked)

More information:

Items/General Resources custom superhero cape for children and siblings with critical illness

www.fbfdolls.orgFree feel better friends – handmade dolls for children with critical illness which highlight the beauty of their differences (scars, malformations, tubes, etc)

www.kidshopechest.comFun stickers for NG tubes pads for g-tubes.

Foundations and Support

www.sasklittlehearts.comLittle Hearts Family Group inc. Website (Saskatchewan) Mending Little Hearts Fund – funds Pediatric Cardiology in Saskatchewan


“Zip Line” – David Humpherys

“The Big-Hearted Book” – Nicholas Allan

“Born with a Broken Heart” – Rick and Annette Gallegos

“Jeremiah the CHD Aware Bear and Friends – Philip Wolf

“Patch the Brave Hearted Lion” – Natalie Halls-Jones and Karen Horsell

“Charlie the Courageos” – Joslynn Jarrett-Skelton

Stollery Children’s Hospital

Stollery Children’s Hospital NICU introductory video :

Fetal Cardiology Resource and Education:

PCICU information:


Information on Coping with Surgery

Information on Child Traumatic Stress:

Helping your child cope with a hospital stay:

Helping Siblings cope with hospital stays



The Little Hearts Family Group supports families in the province emotionally with peer support and mentorship, helps to raise awareness, shares information and advocates for quality care of children with acquired or congenital heart conditions in our province. The Family Group does not deal with the financial needs of families or the Pediatric Cardiology department.

The Mending Hearts Fund of Saskatchewan picks up this piece of the puzzle by raising funds to support pediatric cardiology in the province.

For more information on the Mending Hearts Fund, please visit : or


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