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Tuesday, September 13 2022

Lace up our running shoes for Sainte-Justine!

Once again this year, runners from around the world will be turning out to support kids and youth by participating in the RBC Race for the Kids. This year’s event in Quebec will be held on October 22 at Parc Maisonneuve and benefit the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, to support you in providing an unparalleled standard of pediatric health care for all Quebec families.

If you and your family think stretching your legs for a good cause sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday, join the global movement that mobilized tens of thousands of supporters last year! In addition to the 1 km and 5 km races, runners can look forward to a festive Halloween atmosphere at the race site (complete with a costume constest!). Activities like inflatable games and face painting will also be available to keep little ones entertained.

Last year, participants in the virtual edition of the race raised over $310,000 in donations for the cause.  Mathis, our 2022 ambassador, is raising the bar for the in-person edition this year and challenging runners to raise $500,000 to support the hospital that has been caring for him since he was born.

Let’s lace up our running shoes for Sainte-Justine!

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