Read the press releases about the Foundation’s exciting news.
Maud Cohen, President and Chief Executive Officer of the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, has announced she will be stepping down from her position this coming March 31, 2022, after more than seven years at the head of the organization. The Board of Directors will therefore be initiating its succession plan, under which Delphine Brodeur, Executive Vice-President, will take on the role as President and CEO of the Foundation as of April 1, 2022.
The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation is launching its new campaign to invite Quebecers to give generously this summer. The theme of the campaign is based on a song written by Pierre F. Brault (L'été c'est fait pour jouer) and popularized by the children’s TV program Passe-Partout. It contrasts the joys of childhood during the summer months with the realities experienced by the young patients of Sainte-Justine.
The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation wrapped up the 15th annual Mois des Câlins campaign on a note of gratitude toward the public and long-time event partners Jean Coutu, Rythme and Clarins. Even after all these years and amid pandemic-related restrictions, people across the province stepped up once again to show their support for the children and families of Sainte-Justine.
The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and long-time partners Rythme, Jean Coutu and Clarins once again invite people from across the province to pick up their Clarins "Rose Câlins" Lip Perfector, sold exclusively for the occasion through Jean Coutu’s 343 stores in Quebec.
$300,000 to fund pilot project benefitting teenage patients across Québec.
Tonight, the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation and main partners Rythme and METRO are thrilled to celebrate the record-breaking results of the 13th annual Sainte-Justine Tree of Lights campaign.
The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, along with its main campaign partners, Rythme and Metro, and students from private schools across Quebec, are pleased to kick off the 13th annual Sainte-Justine Tree of Lights campaign.
Launched in April, this pan-Canadian undertaking aims to explore potential therapeutic options using convalescent plasma in the fight against COVID-19. Under the leadership of such renowned experts such as CHU Sainte-Justine clinician-researcher Dr. Philippe Bégin, also Associate Professor at the Université de Montréal Department of Medicine, the Canadian scientific and medical community have rallied together in support of this effort. Joining them are the front-line donors of the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, including Power Corporation of Canada and Intact Financial Corporation, who have agreed to sign on as major donors for this initiative.
The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation is looking for 50,000 front-line donors, not only to provide the vital support required by the teams who are currently investing a phenomenal amount of energy in response to the crisis while continuing to see to priority needs, but also to back essential research efforts.
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.