Thanks to the support of numerous donors, the Canadian Cancer Society funds a great deal of research that will change the future of cancer.
ORGANIZATIONS SHARE THEIR STORIES
A picture is said to be worth a thousand words. In the case of an organization, stories act as powerful images. They reveal its personality, its audiences, the scope of its activities. They introduce us to the daily life of the organization, its challenges and its successes. Here are the stories of our partner organizations: there is no doubt they will make you feel connected to them as we are.
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The Foundation has partnered with the two funds set up by the FGM to support organizations in the pandemic crisis. The first, the COVID-19 collective
The Foundation contributes to the funding of strategic and developmental projects of the Hôpital Sacré-Cœur de Montréal and the Albert-Prévost Mental Health Hospital.
The Sunnybrook Foundation supports Sunnybrook Hospital, which has 10,000 employees and sees one million patients each year. The hospital is recognized for its medical research, particularly in the areas of brain sciences and cancer.
The Foundation is proud to support the technology-facilitated violence Projet (TFV). Technology is changing the landscape for women’s safety from violence and is being used
The Windmill supports skilled immigrants and refugees continue their career in Canada through low-interest micro-loans. This with the intention of helping them achieve their career goals and use their skills and experience for the benefit of Canadian society.
The Jewish General Hospital Foundation’s mission is to advance health care and medical research for the people of Quebec by supporting Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital, a tertiary-care, McGill University teaching hospital.
As one of the most influential French-language theater companies in Canada, Le Théâtre français de Toronto creates various opportunities to reflect on its metropolis: it acts as a crossroads, a center of creativity open to plurality and a place of discovery.
At McGill University, faculty, students, staff and community partners conduct a wide variety of research. Both curiosity-driven and problem-solving research are valued for their ability to create knowledge and contribute to society.