Operation Dignity is an initiative of Ste. Anne’s Hospital Foundation created to respond to the immediate and projected needs of our Veterans and Canadian Armed Forces personnel receiving care and services from Ste. Anne’s Hospital.
The needs of our Second World War and Korean War Veterans, as well as those of our New Generation Veterans and military personnel are numerous and diverse. Consult the document below to see a description of those needs.
In order to meet the needs of these men and women, young and not so young, the objective of Operation Dignity has been set to a total of $ 2,500,000. Thanks to the generosity of people like you, we will succeed!
We invite you to consult the brochure below to obtain detailed information on this initiative which will provide our Veterans and military personnel the care and services worthy of their sacrifices.
Each donor, whether an individual, organization, association or company, will see its gesture recognized in various ways, according to their contribution amount. Consult the Recognition Program below to see the elements of recognition that we are pleased to offer you.
Make your donation NOW!
You can make your donnation by credit card via the secure CanadaHelps website by clicking on the link below. By making your donation that way, a receipt for tax purposes will instantly be issued.
You can also make your donation by credit card over the phone by contacting us at the Foundation’s office, to one of the folllowing phone numbers:
T 514 457.8484
TF 1 877 711.8484
Kindly send us the completed form below, along with your cheque payable to the order of Ste. Anne’s Hospital Foundation (donation can also be made using your credit card), to the following address:
Ste. Anne’s Hospital Foundation
305, Boul. des Anciens-Combattants
Operation Dignity could not have been possible without the important and valuable contribution of its President and Steering Committee. On behalf of our Veterans, we warmly thank these people with a big heart.
Michel Maisonneuve, Lieutenant-General (Ret’d)
Frédéric Mariage, Major-General (Ret’d)
Pierre-Paul Pharand, Vice-President, Airport Operations and Air Services Development, Aéroports de Montréal
You would like to get additional infomation on Operation Digity?
We invite you to contact:
Because for our Veterans
and military personnel of the Canadian Armed Forces,
the battle isn’t over.