Every day, my dear moms, you remind me of the importance of science, research, clinical simulations and donations. Together, they make it possible for my colleagues and me to provide you and your babies with the best care imaginable.
Today, as I accept the tremendous honour of stepping into the role of President and CEO of the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, I am thinking of all the young people who will be guiding me, and guiding us all, along the path forward.
Most children get through their first few school years without a care in the world. They quickly make new friends and get used to new routines, which tend to vary in complexity from one household to the next. In my family, it was a whole other story.
Monthly Giving: The Best Way to Support Sainte-Justine
By signing up as a monthly donor, you will be a pillar of strength for children across Quebec, just like the professionals who attend to them with such care and diligence.
Viviane: Full of Life
Even before she gave birth to her daughter, Alexandrine knew her future would be inextricably linked with Sainte-Justine. And it’s all because of your heartfelt generosity. Which is why she chose a name for her baby that represents everything you have made possible for her.
Game Plan: Get Better
Only a few months ago, Milan, an elite athlete, found himself on a waiting list for a bone marrow transplant. Today, he is an ambassador for the 2022 Sainte-Justine Winter Triathlon.
Starting today, you can join our province-wide chain of caring by helping light up the Sainte-Justine Tree of Lights. Together, we can spark hope for the children and families of Sainte-Justine.
The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation are joining forces to express their heartfelt appreciation to Tobi Lütke and Fiona McKean, co-founders of the Thistledown Foundation, for their tremendous $26 million donation in support of 13 children’s hospitals across Canada, through Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundations (CCHF) and Children’s Healthcare Canada. This game-changing investment translates to $2 million each for Montreal’s two main acute care pediatric hospitals.