What started out as a small steak night with the vision to give back and say thank you to the NICU, by moms whose newborns lives were saved by the Saskatoon NICU has grown into a non-profit, non-funded charitable organization (Bloom in Support of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) Which organizes events to fundraise for the NICU. Bloom and it’s events have developed an amazing community of supporters, sponsors and donors all with the vision to raise funds for the Saskatoon NICU, which provides special care to newborns born too early, too ill or too small for all of Saskatchewan and beyond
Raised since 2011
Bloom’s continued success depends on the added support of our local community through donations and sponsorship by providing in-kind services, financial donations or by providing cost sharing opportunities or discounted rates.
At 20 weeks my ultrasound showed I had a lobe on my placenta, at 26 weeks I was diagnosed with pre-eclampsia, at 33weeks 5 days I found out I developed HELLP syndrome. I was induced and 2 long days later our 3rd daughter was born at exactly 34 weeks. Weighing in at 1896grams (4lbs 3oz)…
Our success is warranted to the tremendous support Bloom receives from local community through corporate sponsorship and from the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan. A variety of sponsorship packages are available.