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Tuesday, July 7 2020

Illness Never Takes a Holiday at Sainte-Justine

Illness never takes a holiday – fortunately, neither does Sainte-Justine. While lockdown restrictions are being lifted across the province, children like four-year-old Charlie are still dealing with some major health challenges. They need the state-of-the-art care that Sainte-Justine so expertly provides.

Charlie is about to be discharged from Sainte-Justine after two years as an inpatient. Her parents will be taking her back to their home in Abitibi to wait for the heart that can save her life. They are counting on the Sainte-Justine community to back the research that will help her and other children access life-changing cardiac treatment.

For children like Charlie whose illness won’t be taking a holiday this summer, please take a moment to bring a ray of sunshine into their lives by giving generously. Our circle of supporters continues to grow, but we have yet to reach our target of 50,000 front-line donors.

You are vital to maintaining the insurance policy that is Sainte-Justine and its affiliated research centre for our children.

This summer, please make Sainte-Justine a destination of hope and comfort for these families.


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