The Event

The Children’s Wish Foundation’s Exile Island

Saskatchewan’s Premiere

Corporate Challenge Event

Saskatchewan’s most unique fundraiser, Exile Island, is presented by The Children’s Wish Foundation; Canada’s authority on wish granting having served over 21,000 children nationwide. On March 27th tribes and castaways will be exiled for an afternoon of challenges that will test mental, creative and physical abilities What are they playing for?

  • To win the coveted Immunity Idol
  • Bragging rights for a year
  • To become Regina's Ultimate Survivor
  • Grant special wishes to children facing incredible medical challenges
  • Get Involved

Be a part of this unique experience and take pride in knowing that your contribution will have a profound impact on the life of a child. Participate as an event sponsor or sign up as a tribe Kahuna.

View photos from Exile 2010


Jacki Nichols, 2011 Lifemark Health Centre Kahuna:

 "It was an incredible experience for our clinic to be involved in this event.  It brought our clinic closer together while at the same time having the chance to meet some incredibly special people, from the other teams participating, the wish foundation staff and volunteers, and most importantly, those amazing children who captured our hearts!" Jacki Nichols, Physiotherapist, Lifemark Health Centre


Bruce Walls, 2009 Areva Kahuna:

“AREVA got involved in the Children’s Wish Foundation’s Exile Island Corporate Challenge in 2009 as part of our commitment to corporate social responsibility. We saw Exile Island as an opportunity to partner with an important charity, whose efforts work to make a meaningful difference in the lives of sick and terminally ill children - while at the same time raising our profile in the community. Exile Island ultimately provided a unique and cost effective opportunity to develop and evaluate emerging leaders in our organization and served as an employee engagement activity that had a significant impact on both employee morale and employee retention. Exile Island became the focal point for engaging and energizing our employees; for building team spirit and camaraderie within and across departments; and for raising our profile and enhancing our reputation in the community. The wish children captured the hearts of AREVA’S employees, resulting in a clear commitment from everyone to raise the funds necessary to grant these wishes. Nine months later our employees are still talking about it and it remains the source of great pride for them personally, and with respect to our company, for allowing them to participate and make a difference.” Bruce Walls, Vice President, Human Resources and Industrial Relations: Areva Resources Canada Inc.