The Peter Gilgan Foundation made a $100 million gift to support the SickKids VS Limits campaign, a key element of which involves redevelopment of the SickKids campus, including building a new patient care tower on University Avenue, which will be named the

TORONTO, ON- JUNE 3 - Peter Gilgan, accompanied by the children in the VS Campaign walks to the front of the Hospital to lay the brick. The Peter Gilgan Foundation made a $100 million gift to support the SickKids VS Limits campaign, a key element of which involves redevelopment of the SickKids campus, including building a new patient care tower on University Avenue, which will be named the Peter Gilgan Family Patient Care Tower. at Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. June 3, 2019. The Peter Gilgan Foundation also made a $40 million donation in 2012 towards the construction of the SickKids Centre for Research and Learning. The child in the SickKids VS poster is Marlow who was a SickKids patient who passed away from Rhabdomyosarcoma. Her parents Tanya and Mike presented Peter Gilgan with a symbolic brickthe first brick & step towards building a new SickKids. Peter Gilgan is the founder of Mattamy Homes. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON- JUNE 3 - Peter Gilgan, accompanied by the children in the VS Campaign walks to the front of the Hospital to lay the brick. The Peter Gilgan Foundation made a $100 million gift to support the SickKids VS Limits campaign, a key element of which involves redevelopment of the SickKids campus, including building a new patient care tower on University Avenue, which will be named the Peter Gilgan Family Patient Care Tower. at Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. June 3, 2019. The Peter Gilgan Foundation also made a $40 million donation in 2012 towards the construction of the SickKids Centre for Research and Learning. The child in the SickKids VS poster is Marlow who was a SickKids patient who passed away from Rhabdomyosarcoma. Her parents Tanya and Mike presented Peter Gilgan with a symbolic brickthe first brick & step towards building a new SickKids. Peter Gilgan is the founder of Mattamy Homes. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
The Peter Gilgan Foundation made a $100 million gift to support the SickKids VS Limits campaign, a key element of which involves redevelopment of the SickKids campus, including building a new patient care tower on University Avenue, which will be named the
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