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A Mother’s Love

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

For Sarah, Sainte-Justine is love with a capital “L.” The kind of love you get from a great big family that is there for you when things are at their worst – and their best! Sainte-Justine is where her son got a second chance at life.

Fanny Huot, CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

Meeting Geneviève and her family on January 23 made me realize that good health is a key piece of the puzzle when it comes to leading a happy, fulfilling life. And it drove home to me that when you choose hope, anything is possible.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

Faced with the growing needs of dozens of parents of the severely disabled children whose care they oversee, the Complex Care Program (CCP) team was looking for a way to provide even more help to families coping with their daily needs : participate in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge. 

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

Support the Marie Enfant Rehabilitation Centre by purchasing one of 30,000 exclusive Clarins “Rose Câlins” Lip Perfectors at Jean Coutu – and give a comforting hug to hundreds of families and children in Quebec!

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

January 22nd was not a day like the others: It was our first Thankathon! The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation has dedicated its whole day saying “Thank You” thousands of times over.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

When you have a child, you can’t help thinking about what their future holds. For Adam’s parents, however, it’s all about living for today, since they have no idea what tomorrow will bring. 

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

Thomas is special. One of the reasons for this is his rare genetic condition: only one in 75,000 babies is born with partial tetrasomy of chromosome 22 (known colloquially as cat eye syndrome). But more than that, he is a special human being through and through.

Camille Papineau-Maurais

I don’t know if I’ll have the strength to get out of bed this morning. I don’t feel like calling in sick to work. Barely out from under my sheets, I prick my disfigured fingertips again.