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Aeroplan Miles donated to the Air Canada Foundation are mainly used for its Hospital Transportation Program, which helps children reach the medical care they need away from home. Since the start of the program in 2003, hundreds of families have been able to count on the support of the Air Canada Foundation Hospital Transportation Program. By donating Aeroplan Miles, you not only help these families avoid tiring hours on the road, but also alleviate some of the financial burden of travel expenses, which often causes serious economic and emotional hardship to families during these difficult times.

Each year, the Air Canada Foundation donates millions of Aeroplan Miles to 15 pediatric hospitals across Canada to help sick children reach medical care.

Thank you for helping us make a difference in the lives of these children.

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  • Norah from Prince George, BC

    When Norah was 10 months old, her parents learned she had a permanent genetic condition: cystic fibrosis. Since her diagnosis, Norah and her mother have had to travel more than 750km four times a year between their home in northern British Columbia in Prince George and the BC Children's Hospital... Read more »

  • Jacelynn from Nova Scotia

    Jacelynn has always dreamt of standing on her own two feet. For this, she travelled from Nova Scotia to Montreal for a surgical intervention called selective radicellectomy at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. This intervention had to be followed by an intensive six weeks of rehabilitation at the... Read more »

  • Thank you to the Air Canada Foundation, which, through the Hospital Transportation Program, for over two years, has allowed us to traverse the 500 km connecting Abitibi-Témiscamingue to Montreal seamlessly.  For eight-year-old Mélia, who was diagnosed with leukemia in... Read more »

  • Luke was born with an uncommon medical condition that affects his muscles and joints and requires us to travel frequently to Vancouver to see his specialist. We are so grateful to the Air Canada Foundation for the help they have provided with travel costs, as well as the kindness and... Read more »

  • It’s hard for Brittany, the aunt of five-year-old Jaxon, to recall a time that his family remembers him being fully well. After suffering from a complication during his birth, he spent 11 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of his local hospital in Saint John, NB. As time went on Jaxon’s mom... Read more »

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