Help our Researchers Save Lives

Fall is usually our busiest season. It is also during the time when one hundred researchers, some of the brightest minds we know, meet with their benefactors at what we call the Research Awards Ceremony.

This year, of course, we had to cancel the in-person gathering, the photo-ops and the celebration. Nevertheless, the Research Awards were granted! Now more than ever, it is vital to support medical research and the people behind it.

This year, we are proud to have awarded over 80 awards to promising researchers, for a total value of over $1.6M. For some of them, this was the push they needed to complete the first stages of their research projects. For others, the funds they have just received will secure their position as leaders in well-established fields.

In full #GivingTuesday spirit, we are proud to present to you two of the MGH doctors whose research projects we are glad to have been supporting for a few years now, thanks to your help.

Their work, as well as the work of their colleagues who are also featured in this video, makes an incredible difference in the lives of our patients and of our community and for that, we are extremely grateful.

Be part of the solution! Support researchers!

As today is Giving Tuesday, we take this opportunity to say that we are grateful for them, but also for you, because none of this would be possible without the help of generous donors like you.

Thank you for another incredible year of award-winning research! We hope to be able to count on your support once again, to fund innovative research projects conducted right here in Montreal.

Now more than ever, help our researchers develop new treatments, and cures to save lives.

Support medical research.
Give today.

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