Dawne Marie Switenky

My experience with severe medical issues and family loss over the last few years has brought about an important message...

Humanitarian of the Year Award 2018

 The Dawne Switenky Memorial Foundation presented our Annual Humanitarian of The Year Award to Logan Boulet on Thursday, August 23, 2018. (Logan passed away due to a tragic accident in North East Saskatchewan on April 7th 2018). 


Logan made a very important decision in 2017 to become an organ donor. HIS DECISION not only saved many lives but also inspired people across Canada to become registered organ donors. The approximate amount of new registrations fueled by Logan and the Humbolt hockey tragedy, resulted in nearly 95,000 new Canadian registered organ donors. Logan's inspiration to others is truly a miracle


Logan made a very important decision in 2017 to become an organ donor. HIS DECISION not only saved many lives, but also inspired people across Canada to become registered organ donors. Logan's inspiration to others is truly a miracle, and we are honoured to recognize him.




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Organ and Tissue Donation

About Us

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Learn more about our charitable organization and how it all got started.

Educate Yourself

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Learn more about the problematic state of organ donations in Saskatchewan.

Become An Organ Donor

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Learn how you can become an organ donor and help out those in need.

You are 4 to 6 times more likely to need an organ donation transplant than to be an organ donor.

Little Donors Make A Big Difference

WIGS FOR KIDS VIDEO
Preston and his school raised over $3000 for the fight against cancer. Are you too busy to attend your own funeral? Are you too busy to step up to the plate for someone in need? Are you too busy to save a life? Most people on the organ waiting list have been busy people or people who need our help. Help us lead by example, just like preston. We are looking for angels. Get your angel's legacy card today!

Walk of Respect

Staff at St. Luke's Meridian stop to line halls of ICU to show respect for the second patient that week providing the life-saving gift of organ donation.