The Foundation supports sexually and physically abused children and youth by providing them with the services they need under one roof.
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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Thanks to the support of numerous donors, the Canadian Cancer Society funds a great deal of research that will change the future of cancer.
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 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.
The Fondation du CHUS supports the CIUSSS de l’Estrie – CHUS and contributes to the continuous improvement of health care services offered to the population by supporting projects for the acquisition of equipment, research, prevention, training and the humanization of care.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre provides health care to the people of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario. It is a level 3 emergency care hospital serving approximately 250,000 people.
On the tip of the toes Foundation helps young people living with cancer regain their wellness by taking on the challenge of an exceptional therapeutic adventure expedition. Guided by experts from the medical community and the outdoors, the expeditions also have the purpose of changing the image of the disease, both with the participants and with the public.
Relief’s mission is to come to the assistance of people with anxiety, depressive or bipolar disorders and their families, throughout Québec. Relief also disseminates information, supports the people around those living with these diseases in breaking their isolation, and raises public awareness about mental illness.