McGill University, the McGill University Health Centre, the Jewish General Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital Center today announced a major collaboration with a leading philanthropic foundation to contribute to the province’s commitment to enhance cancer care. This initiative, the Rossy Cancer Network (RCN), aims to improve quality of care and patient satisfaction, increase survival rates and reduce the burden of cancer.
On Thursday, August 8, 2013, join the McGarrigle and Wainwright families as they unite in Kate’s hometown of Outremont for a special benefit concert in support of The Kate McGarrigle Fund at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) Foundation. Back-to-back concerts will be performed at Théâtre Outremont (1248 Bernard Avenue West), with the first beginning at 6:30 p.m., and a second show starting at 9:30 p.m.
The MUHC Foundation is proud to announce that hockey star Mathieu Darche has raised $2,226 as a guest on the game show Le Tricheur on TVA. From December 10 to 15, he competed against Quebec celebrities Stéphane Archambault, Jean-François Baril, Réal Bossé, and Benoit Gagnon, with each competitor raising money for the charity of their choice.
From December 10 to 15 at 6:30 p.m. nightly, turn on TVA to watch Montreal native and NHL star Mathieu Darche appear on Le Tricheur, a game show where strategy is the key to winning. He will join four other celebrities and answer general knowledge questions from host Guy Jodoin, with each contestant raising money for the charity of their choice.
The MUHC Foundation is proud to announce that the Kate McGarrigle Fund was the recipient of a $25,000 donation from the Luminato Arts Festival. Born out of the cultural and creative energy of the city of Toronto, the Festival was officially launched in June of 2007, and this year’s edition took place from June 8-17.