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Material donations at CHU Sainte-Justine

Once again, we thank you for your generosity!

We accept material donations, which are then passed on to the hospital’s educators and daycare workers.

Many children benefit from your material gifts.


We ask that all materials be new and still in their original packaging so that they can be used in a constructive manner. The following recommendations are sure to bring lots of joy to both the young and young at heart!

  • Crafting material (crayons, paper, colouring books, beads, etc.)
  • Playdough
  • Books, novels and comics
  • Puzzles
  • Blocks (e.g., Mega Blocks)
  • Memory games
  • Board games


  • Noisy or violent games
  • Games with tiny pieces that might be swallowed

Used items

We cannot accept any used materials or second-hand toys. Due to our patients’ fragile state of health, we cannot risk exposing them to any used items. It is therefore preferable to bring them to a charity organization for underprivileged children and families.

To prevent the spread of infections and protect the health of our patients, we can only accept new items in their original packaging.

How to send your donation?

If you would like to make a donation or obtain more information, please contact us.

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Updated on 12/14/2017
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Every dollar counts!

Thank you for your generosity.

It is thanks to donors such as you that we are able to accelerate research discoveries, to heal more children every year and to continue to offer world-class care.

It is also possible to give by mail or by calling toll-free

1-888-235-DONS (3667)

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514 345-4931


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