$3M donation from Mosaic to Sask. children’s hospital

Mosaic donates $3-million to child life zone at soon-to-be-built Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan. Wendy Winiewski / Global News

SASKATOON – Another big donation has been made to the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan. Mosaic announced Wednesday it is donating $3-million to the child life zone, a state-of-the-art therapeutic play room.

The money will support long-term programming.

“For over five years, Mosaic has been supporting the Children’s Hospital Foundation, building a legacy that will directly benefit families in Saskatchewan,” said Mosaic president Joc O’Rourke.

Mosaic has now donated $7-million towards the first children’s hospital in the province.

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Over $2-million for the construction of the child life zone was raised last week by country music superstar Garth Brooks, who held fundraising events in Saskatoon and Regina.

The 2,800 square foot space will be the first of its kind in Canada and will help children cope through play and education.

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Sherri Clark contributed to this report

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