Thanks to the generosity of our many donors, we've raised a little over $80,000 since 2011. Our fundraising goal for 2013 is $30,000. You can contribute now by clicking here....
Where do your donations go?
Your donations go towards helping people with cancer and babies born prematurely. Once a year, donations are made to the Tree of Hope Campaign (Dr.-Georges-L.-Dumont Hospital Foundation) as well as to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the Moncton Hospital (Friends of the Moncton Hospital Foundation).
Tree of Hope Campaign
Donations made to the Tree of Hope campaign go towards improving the well-being of cancer patients, enhancing the care and services offered by the Dr.-Léon-Richard Oncology Center, health promotion and cancer research.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Moncton Hospital
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Moncton Hospital provides specialized care for sick or premature infants, and infants that are at risk for problems. The Unit also provides help to families during this stressful time, and prepares parents for when they take their infants home. The NNICU at The Moncton Hospital (TMH) is a tertiary care service and is one of only three in the province; Fredericton and Saint John are home to the other two. The birthrate, which has fallen over the last twenty years, is now seeing an increase and close to half of the babies born in the hospital are admitted to NNICU for specialized care.