“We’re proud to support a world-class pediatric medical facility like SickKids. They provide leading medical support and research to help eradicate diseases that afflict children, a cause that everyone can get behind. SWS has always believed in giving back to the community, and we expect that our partnership with SickKids will make a significant impact on the health and well-being of children everywhere.”
Emily was only 11 years-old when her parents walked into her room to find her not breathing, her face a bright purple colour.
“We immediately sought medical assistance,” says her father, George Moore, a Managing Partner at SWS Warning Lights. “After 4 to 6 months of tests and a second episode, doctors informed us that Emily had epilepsy.”
Emily was prescribed several medications to help manage her condition. However, the four years of treatment began to take their toll on her schoolwork and social life. It was then that her family and doctors started exploring brain surgery as a possible solution to Emily’s seizures.
This decision started the Moore family’s SickKids journey.
If you purchase an SWS Minibar and/or SWS Beacon, SWS Warning Lights will donate a portion of all sales to SickKids Foundation.
You can choose a minibar or beacon from any series, including our new SELECT series, available exclusively at SWS Warning Lights. This series of minibars and beacons were built using our in-house metal cutting equipment, wire handling machinery, harnesses, and ultrasonic welding tools to create the most reliable and durable amber lights on the market.
SWS Warning Lights aims to raise $100,000 for SickKids Foundation and will contribute $2.00 for every SWS Minibar and $1.00 for every SWS Beacon sold.
Please help us support SickKids Foundation with every minibar or beacon ordered.
SICKKIDS IS A WORLD-RENOWNED HEALTHCARE TEACHING AND
RESEARCH FACILITY LOCATED IN TORONTO, CANADA.
What started as an 11-room house on Avenue Street in downtown Toronto in March 1875 to help improve children’s health has grown into a global leader in child health and research innovation in Canada. SickKids’ Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning is purported to be the largest pediatric research tower in the world at 69,677.28 square metres. One of the many projects SickKids Foundation currently focuses on is Project Horizon, an ambitious campus redevelopment project. According to the foundation, the core of the project is to:
SWS is proud to help SickKids Foundation reach its care goals to help preserve and protect children’s health.