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Thanks to the generosity of our donors, The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation creates hope for sick children by providing access to cutting edge equipment, ensuring that the care kids receive at The Children’s is second to none. To the donors listed below we extend an extra special thank-you for their exceptional contributions in support of our Hospital. To see a listing of all our donors, please consult our annual report.
A world leader in the production of bauxite and aluminium, , multinational Rio Tinto Alcan is also well known for its strong social commitment, both here in Quebec and abroad. When plans were first laid out for a new Children’s and new MUHC on the Glen site, it was no surprise that the local aluminum giant immediately took an …
Larger than life and with a towering reputation, Mel Hoppenheim is a self-made man whose name is not only synonymous with the Montreal film industry but also with giving back.
Hundreds of organizations have benefitted from his generosity over the years and one thing is clear: when it comes to philanthropy, Mel is a man who gives from the heart.
Each cause he supports, from The Montreal Children’s Hospital to Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, is one that has touched him or his family in some way. “Where you choose to give back is very simply where you took the …
Some families touch us in a very special way. Alesia’s family is one of those. When they walked into our office after Alesia’s sudden passing more than two years ago, parents Sheyda and Bill pledged to forever remember Alesia by building a legacy at The Montreal Children’s Hospital. Sheyda and Bill have committed $400,000 to the Best Care for Children’s Capital Campaign for a single-patient room and a play area in the Pediatric Day Hospital at the new Children’s.
Last June, they held the second edition of Alesia’s …
On November 8, 2012, Louise and Nelson De Sousa accepted a $40,000 donation from Honda towards the Pink Angel Fund, established in memory of their daughter Anastasia De Sousa. They are seen in this photo (second and third from right) with Jacques Pelletier and Pierre Bélair, both from Honda Laval, and Maxime Caron and Pierre Langevin, both from Honda Canada. A single-patient room in the new Children’s will bear the name of the Pink Angel Fund.
Hundreds of people have put on their brightest smiles to take part in the Souriez Don Holiday photo event, organized by Place Alexis Nihon. Since 2009, the event has raised more than $130,000 for The Children’s young patients. We are very grateful to our friends at Place Alexis Nihon for organizing this fabulous Holiday initiative!