The generosity of Saskatchewan residents came through once again as Telemiracle 48 wrapped up on Sunday with a final total of $6,112,717, the third highest in the telethon's history.

All of the money raised will go to the Kinsmen TeleMiracle Foundation and help people across Saskatchewan who need access to medical and mobility equipment and assistance with travel costs for medical care.

The Swift Current Kinettes made a presentation of over $10,600 in fundraising on Sunday morning. Swift Current's Kylie Stock performed in the afternoon and presented over $7000 in donations, which were matched by Nutrien along with donations made by the other Saskatchewan talent.

TeleMiracle 49 will take place next year in Saskatoon.