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Monday, November 30 2020

Sainte-Justine’s Tree of Lights: Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind



With only two days left before Giving Tuesday, the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, campaign partners Rythme and Metro, and students from private schools across the province are proud to be kicking off the 13th annual Sainte-Justine Tree of Lights campaign. With your help, we hope to reach 250,000 lights by December 10.

There are already more than 75,000 beacons of hope twinkling on the Tree, thanks to the hard work of thousands of young people since November 12 in support of the families of Sainte-Justine through the Youth Tree of Lights campaign. Now it’s your turn! Between November 30 and December 10, you are invited to do your part and once again give generously through treeoflights.org.

2 days to light up 50,000 lights!

To mark Giving Tuesday, our partners at Metro are giving you the opportunity to double your impact on the lives of the children and families in the Sainte-Justine community. If 50,000 lights are shining on the Tree of Lights by midnight on Tuesday, December 1, Metro will honour the public’s generosity with a $50,000 donation to the campaign.

If you can, please help us make the Tree of Lights shine brighter than ever  — for all the kids at Sainte-Justine!

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