This Holiday season, we are asking for your help to make the season a little happier for our young patients. Although in the past we’ve asked you to bring toys to the hospital, this year we are asking for donations – this will give our specialists the flexibility to purchase specific items for individual children, as they are needed, as well as fund important programs that improve the quality of life for our patients and families and make their hospital experience a more positive one. Please donate now, and help The Children’s make this Holiday season happy and …
On November 20th, the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation held its 2nd annual Research Symposium. Drs. Jean-Pierre Farmer, Preetha Krishnamoorthy, Jacques Genest, Pia Wintermark et Nada Jabado shared their work with the members of the Children’s Circle of Care. It was an informative evening and everyone left with a greater knowledge of pediatric research. See you next year!
It took just a second to change young Émil Couillard’s life. One minute, the three-and-a-half-year-old was playing outside his home with his siblings and his parents; a split second later, while running through the yard, he fell face down into a small fire of burning branches and leaves. His hands, neck and parts of his face were covered in severe burns. After being stabilized at a local medical facility, Émil was transferred to the Montreal Children’s Hospital for highly-specialized care.
Each year, 200 infants, children or teens are treated for burns in the Trauma Centre of the Montreal Children’s Hospital …
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Annual Golf Tournament organizing committee is proud to announce the creation of the Wendy McDonald Chair in Pediatric Medical Education.
Professor emeritus of pediatrics, Dr. MacDonald spent over 30 years at McGill and The Children’s, teaching generations of young physicians. As a result of her efforts, the Faculty’s Department of Pediatrics is widely recognized as a leader and innovator in medical education. Winning McGill University’s Osler Award for teaching excellence a record-breaking four times, Dr. MacDonald has also received national awards for her teaching prowess. Her skill and popularity as an educator has been incalculable in …
Ms. Gomery will be responsible for strengthening and growing a successful community and legacy giving program by increasing net fundraising revenue, expanding the size and scope of events, providing direction and leadership to the Community and Legacy teams (community and Foundation events, tribute giving, grateful parents and legacy giving) and creating and managing community donor relationships. She will also manage the endowment portfolios and work closely with the Legacy Advisory Board to increase planned giving opportunities.