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Dr. Michel Lallier, Pediatric Surgeon

Your contribution, no matter the size, has a major impact. I see it every day in the operating room and at the bedside of children whose lives are hanging by a thread. I look forward to having the honour of sharing my appreciation with as many of you as I can during this year’s Thankathon.

Charles Robitaille, student of the Externat Sacré-Coeur

Despite a medical condition that prevents him from walking normally, Charles is not afraid to move forward in life. Through his resilience and enthusiasm, he inspires everyone who crosses his path.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

The doctors were not sure what to expect. Chloé’s brain trauma was so severe that they feared she would be left in a permanent vegetative state. Read on to find out more about the remarkable journey of this 9-year-old girl.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

David’s got his mother, his family, everyone at Sainte‑Justine… and you! Which means that, even though he’ll be spending the holidays in the hospital, he’ll be getting lots and lots of love

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

This year, Elliot will be spending the holidays at home for the first time since he started his treatments. So now there are two trees he’s looking forward to seeing all lit up.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

For Giving Tuesday, Carey Price is calling on people across Quebec to do even more to brighten the lives of the children and families who will be spending the holidays in the hospital this year. Two days to make 50,000 lights glow!

Jean-Sébastien Lemire, Vice President Network Rythme FM

Since 2007, the Sainte-Justine's Tree of Lights has been shining for the children and families of Quebec. It is a perfect example of a successful collaboration between the Foundation and Rythme, whose original idea became a huge wave of light and hope!

Sophie Gravel, CHU Sainte-Justine

When you have a preterm baby, your life turns upside down. You’re racked with fear and uncertainty. Why me? Why us? I, for one, didn’t fully appreciate what we went through until years later…