TeleMiracle is a 20-hour, annual telethon that is broadcast live in Saskatchewan. Despite only having a population around one million people, the generous residents of the province have helped us raise over $153 million since 1977.
TeleMiracle 47 will take place on February 25-26, 2023 in Saskatoon
Rooted in Saskatchewan
As you may have already heard, we now have new Producers for TeleMiracle!
You won’t want to miss seeing their vision for TeleMiracle! Tune in to check it out!
It all starts at 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, February 25, 2023, with the Countdown to TeleMiracle! This portion is only streamed online. The livestream will appear on the home page of this website when it’s time.
At 9:00 p.m. on the 25th, the main broadcast starts and goes straight through till 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 26, 2023! Tune in and Ring Those Phones! Your generous donations make it possible for us to continue with our mission of “Helping People Every Day”!
The main broadcast can be watched on CTV stations in Saskatchewan or livestreamed on the home page of this website, following the Countdown show.
The phone number to use to “Ring Those Phones” will also appear on our home page during TeleMiracle.
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.
Hover your cursor over "TeleMiracle Telethon" in the menu above, to see the various ways that you can participate in making miracles!
To learn more about TeleMiracle’s history, please visit our virtual museum.