Read the press releases about the Foundation’s exciting news.

 

As activities across the province are being put on hold, and individuals and leaders alike are intensifying their preventive efforts, the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation would like to take a moment to appeal to Quebecers’ sense of compassion and generosity. “Today, more than ever, philanthropy and donors play a crucial role in society,” stressed President and CEO Maud Cohen.

 

Considering the current situation surrounding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and on the wise advice of the CHU Sainte-Justine experts and public health authorities, the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation informs that it is postponing all of its spring events to a later date. The Foundation is taking all necessary preventive measures to limit the risk of spreading the virus. New dates will be communicated as soon as possible.

 

Today marks the last day of the 14th annual Mois des Câlins campaign at Sainte-Justine, an initiative that is made possible by its steadfast partners at Rythme, Jean Coutu and Clarins. Once again this year, people from across the province were very generous in showing their support for the children and families in the Sainte-Justine community. [Press release in French only]

 

Sainte-Justine's 14th annual Mois des Câlins campaign is now officially underway! The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and its faithful partners at Rythme, Jean Coutu and Clarins are once again appealing to people across the province to embrace the cause.

 

Last night, the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and its main partners, Rythme and Metro, celebrated the record results of the 12th annual Tree of Lights campaign benefiting Sainte-Justine.

 

The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and its main partners, Rythme and Metro, are officially kicking off the 12th annual Tree of Lights campaign benefiting Sainte-Justine.

 

The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute Foundation, the Fondation les petits trésors and The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) today announced a major donation of nearly $ 10 million from the Marcelle and Jean Coutu Foundation. This significant contribution will enable the partner institutions of the Transforming Autism Care Consortium(TACC) to establish Quebec 1,000 (Q1K): an innovative, multidisciplinary and collaborative initiative aimed at having an unprecedented impact on autism research.

 

CHU Sainte-Justine and its Marie-Enfant Rehabilitation Centre, the Montreal Children’s Hospital and Shriners Hospitals for Children – Canada come together to revolutionize patient management and care in Quebec thanks to a generous $10 million donation from the Mirella & Lino Saputo Foundation.

 

The most festive springtime business relay race is back on May 31st with several new ambassadors! [Press release in French only]

 

The most important philanthropic movement ever conducted for CHU Sainte-Justine's children celebrates its 10th anniversary and achieves its ambitious goal of $ 5M for the Center for Excellence in Traumatology. The next challenge: to go even further!  [Press release in French only]