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Ste. Anne's Hospital Foundation

Registration Number 87108 4190 RR0001

Ste. Anne's Hospital Foundation is a charitable organization which supports the well-being of Veterans of all generations and military personnel who receive health care and services from Ste. Anne's Hospital, the only remaining hospital in Canada entirely dedicated to the care of our Canadian military personnel and Veterans.

What's New?

A donation of $6,000 for initiatives in Mental Health

On August 26th 2015, the Golf Tournament for retired employees of Bell from the greater region of Montréal was held at the beautiful “Vallée des Forts Golf Club” in Saint-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu. Operation Dignity, an initiative of Ste. Anne’s Hospital Foundation, had been chosen as the Charity that would benefit from funds generated by this event.

We are proud to announce that an amount of over $6,000 has been collected throughout the day! This donation will be used to finance initiatives in mental health for our military personnel and Veterans suffering from Operational Stress Injuries.

A warm thank you to the organizing committee, as well as to all the retired employees of Bell who generously contributed, making this event a great success!


The legacy of Jean-Marcel D’Aoust

The name “Jean-Marcel D’Aoust” will be remembered at Ste. Anne’s Hospital foD'Aoust, Jean-Marcel 001 - mod (2)r years to come for one simple reason:

His Planned Donation is helping his fellow Veterans!

Click here to read more about Jean-Marcel D’Aoust and Planned Donations.


Launching of the 2014-2015 Annual Campaign

Our Canadian Veterans need our help
before it’s too late.

Please make your donation today

Today, because of the advanced age of our Second World War and Korean War Veterans, their already fragile health grows weaker with each passing day. Because of this, they need more services, more specialized care and additional comfort to enable them to live their final years and eventually, leave this world with the dignity they deserve.

We must act now, before this generation fades away forever.

Also, within the walls of Ste. Anne’s Hospital, there is an increasing number of young Veterans and members of the Canadian Armed Forces who require critical and urgent care for their visible and non-visible injuries sustained by performing their military duties. For the most part, these Veterans suffer from operational stress injuries which can devastate lives, families and even lead some to suicide.

Again, we must act now to help them find a normal life with their loved ones, and maybe even save some lives.

Your contribution to Ste. Anne’s Hospital Foundation, regardless of the amount, will make an enormous difference for these men and women of all ages who have given us so much.

Thank you for your generosity.

A new way of helping our Veterans and military personnel

You can now donate your used vehicule to “Donate a Car Canada” and the proceeds of the sale will benefit our Veterans and military personnel receiving care and services at Ste. Anne’s Hospital! And you will receive a tax receipt for your generous donation! Click here for more info!


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Because for our Veterans and military personnel of the Canadian Armed Forces, the battle isn’t over.

Thanks to Operation Dignity…

* You will be helping our older Veterans during the last years of their lives;
* You will be giving hope to our military personnel and New Generation Veterans.

Click here to get more information of our new initiative called “Operation Dignity”.


Operation Dignity Launch!

We are proud to launch today an information and support campaign called Operation Dignity.

The objective of this initiative is to ensure  high quality care and services to our Second World War and Korean War Veterans, as well as to our New Generation Veterans and members of the Canadian Armed Forces, worthy of the sacrifices they have made for our country.

To learn more about our initiative, click here to consult the entire section dedicated to Operation Dignity.


Eventual transfer of Ste. Anne’s Hospital to the government of Quebec

Our Veterans will always have their place here at Ste. Anne’s Hospital despite the transfer of jurisdiction of this institution planned to take place later this year.

For more information, click here to consult the Transfer section of our website.


Accreditation Canada Grants our Skype Project the Status of Best Practice!

A committee of long-term care experts from Accreditation Canada has recognized our Skype project as being a brilliant and inventive way of reducing social isolation amongst the institutionalized elderly.

Accreditation Canada will promote this practice throughout the country as a testimony of Ste. Anne’s Hospital’s determination to bring long-term care standards to new heights.

For more information on the Skype project, consult the Accomplishments section of our website by clicking here.

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