TeleMiracle 48 was held in Regina this year and will be back in Saskatoon next year.

So mark your calendars for March 1st & 2nd, 2025 and get ready to “RING THOSE PHONES”!!

TeleMiracle Audience


Please check back for details about audience.

TeleMiracle is being held at Prairieland park which is not a large theatre-type venue. Therefore, seating capacity will limited and be on a first come, first serve basis. 

Yes, you can. Audience times will be listed on the website in January 2025. There is no cost to attend, but donations to TeleMiracle will be greatly appreciated and accepted at the door.

Attending TeleMiracle will be like sitting in the studio audience of a television show. There will be some live performances and some pre-taped content. You will see the television cameras and will get a sense of how the show is produced for live television.

Yes! We want your enthusiasm, especially during live performances, when there is a “knockdown” of the phones on-stage, and whenever a new total is announced.

There will be no concessions at the telethon. There will be a selfie wall where you can take photos and post them on your social media with the hashtag #TM49

Yes, there will be a souvenir booth that you can purchase some TeleMiracle swag. 

TeleMiracle is a 20-hour, annual telethon that is broadcast live in Saskatchewan. Despite only having a population around 1.2 million people, the generous residents of the province have helped us raise over $165 million since 1977.

Thank You Saskatchewan!

TeleMiracle 48 raised over $6.1 million!

TeleMiracle Remains:

                               Rooted in Saskatchewan 

The final total announced at the end of the show was $6,112,717.

The telethon featured 75 talented Saskatchewan performers, our wonderful national cast both returning and new, our pit band was back, and many other special moments.

Missed any part of the telethon? You can access the entire 20-hour broadcast – and the
Countdown pre-show to TeleMiracle – on our YouTube channel.

For the full TeleMiracle wrap-up story, click here.

The money raised throughout the year and during the TeleMiracle telethon benefits the Kinsmen Foundation. They provide funding to the people of Saskatchewan requiring special needs equipment to maintain or improve their quality of life; as well as, travel assistance to those needing to leave their community, to access life-saving medical treatment. Funding is also provided to institutions and health foundations to purchase specialized, new or innovating equipment to improve health care.

Volunteering at TeleMiracle.

Most of the volunteers working at the show (including those who answer phones) are members of a Kinsmen, or Kinettes, or Kin club in Saskatchewan.
To become a member, please contact your nearest club. A list can be found on the District 3 website.
If you do not want to join a club, you have the option of leaving your name and phone number with a member of our office staff (see Contact Us page) and you may be called upon if there is something that prevents our out-of-town volunteers from participating.

Production volunteers require experience in broadcasting. You can CLICK HERE to learn more about the roles at TeleMiracle and to contact the Production Volunteer Coordinators if you have further questions.

To learn more about TeleMiracle’s history, please visit our virtual museum.