• 6th Urban Duathlon

    Be part of a fun and friendly relay race!

    On June 15, Montreal’s business quarter will turn festive for the 7th annual Urban Duathlon.

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  • The Dufour-Lapointe Sisters Team Up With The Ste-Justine Private Schools Youth Challenge

    The Dufour-Lapointe Sisters Team Up With  The Ste-Justine Private Schools Youth Challenge!

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  • Healing More Better Campaign

    Healing More Better Campaign

    At age 13, Alexandra beat leukemia, but at a heavy cost: she will never be able to have children. The fact that she is alive at all is a testament to the wonders of modern medicine – but at the same time it illustrates the pressing need to find ways to improve upon existing procedures.

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$22 million to heal more children with cancer, better 

The Charles-Bruneau Foundation makes the largest donation in the CHU Sainte-Justine’s history to support immuno-hemato-oncology research.

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Sainte-Justine Private Schools Youth Challenge crew
kick off the 2017 campaign 


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Stories and testimonials

Read about the experiences of the children, parents, donors, fundraisers and healthcare professionals whose lives have been changed at Sainte-Justine.


Young Leaders Circle

Entrepreneurs and professionals put their drive, determination and connections to work for the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation.


Leaders for Little Ones

Thinking big for our little ones: Our generous supporters are helping us build a tradition of giving.



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To engage the community and support CHU Sainte-Justine in its pursuit of excellence and its commitment to providing the children and mothers of today and tomorrow with one of the highest levels of healthcare in the world.



  • Les garçons au verger Barry crop

    Motivated by a love of fresh air and apples, but mainly by the spirit of giving, the three Fournier-Milton brothers picked bushels of apples to make and sell mouthwatering pies, with the proceeds benefiting the children of CHU Sainte-Justine. A touching gesture that raised $775!

  • taekwondo

    A regional taekwondo competition for the South Shore community took place in Saint-Lambert in January. In addition to breaking boards as a tribute to the children of Sainte-Justine, participants raised funds to ensure they receive the best possible level of care. More than $2,700 was donated to the hospital as a result of their efforts. Way to go!

  • vincent

    After cancer robbed him of his best friend, Antoine, Vincent Gauthier decided to join in the fight against this devastating disease. So he had his hairstylist grandfather cut off his hair and in so doing raised an impressive $1,778 – a full $1,500 over and above his original goal. Nicely done, Vincent – you should be very proud!


This year, I am going to heal with a lot of strength .

bonhomme Emily, patient