A donation for an angel in the tree at Marie-Clarac Hospital
Angels like this one will be added to the Marie-Clarac Hospital tree with each donation of $20 received for palliative care users.
The Marie-Clarac Hospital, located in the Montreal-North borough, calls on the generosity of people to brighten the hearts of the users of its palliative care unit. Thus, for each donation of $20 made to the Hospital, an angel will be added to the Christmas tree that adorns its entrance. These angels can be personalized with the name of a loved one.
Donations will be used to provide massage therapy care to people at the end of life, in order to help them find their way to the end of life. alleviate their pain and offer them a moment of relaxation.
The Marie-Clarac Hospital Foundation wishes to hang 300 angels on its tree and calls on people to be generous until December 22. It is possible to buy an angel for the hospital Christmas tree by telephone from Monday to Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., or online.