Le Cercle des soins pour les enfants

The Children’s Circle of Care was founded in 1995 to represent major donors from the children's hospital foundations that make up the Woodmark group (a North America-wide organization that advances pediatric philanthropy through collaboration and sharing of best practices in fundraising). The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation joined in 2009, becoming the third Canadian organization to be part of this esteemed group, which now numbers 25 members.

The mission of the Children’s Circle of Care (CCC) is to advance philanthropy that supports patient care, teaching, research, and advocacy through educating and recognizing leading benefactors of participating children’s hospitals. As such, the CCC represents a group of philanthropists who have each donated $10,000 or more in a calendar year. Their combined support has a significant impact on sick children throughout North America as it helps to ensure the very highest quality of care today and a healthier future for generations to come.

The Children’s Circle of Care is rooted in a very simple concept: we are infinitely stronger when standing as a group than as individuals.

With a donation of $10,000 or more, made personally or directed through a family foundation or privately held company, you become a Children’s Circle of Care member. To learn more about the Children’s Circle of Care program at The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation please call or email Suzanne Korf, 514-934-4846 or skor@mchf.com.

Circle of Care Impact Report

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