Moncton, Tuesday, August 25, 2020—The CHU Dumont Foundation is pleased to announce that the fundraising campaign replacing its annual Scotiabank—BMW Moncton Golf Classic was a great success, generating a total of $23,650.

This fine example of donor generosity will allow the Foundation to continue its work by supporting projects in numerous departments of the Dr.-Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre.

When it was decided to cancel this year’s event, the organizing committee co-chairs, Chris Bacich (BMW Moncton) and Émile Albert (Scotiabank) thought it would be a good idea to seek the support of regular participants.

“We know that the current global situation has been particularly hard for local companies, but we never doubted the generosity of the Golf Classic participants for a minute,” says Mr. Bacich. “The needs at the Dumont UHC are as pressing as ever, especially during these uncertain times, so we are happy to be able to do our part.”

Mr. Albert weighs in “Health and well-being are among Scotiabank’s key areas of priority in the communities where we operate. Supporting the Golf Classic gives Scotiabank an opportunity to have a positive impact in our community”

Nadine Martin, Executive Director of the CHU Dumont Foundation, believes that the result of this initiative shows just how important improving the care offered at the Dr. Georges-L.Dumont University Hospital Centre is for the community.

“We are grateful to all our generous donors. Their support towards the cause will allow us to keep up the good work and finance even more projects to improve the experience that patients and their loved ones have at the Dumont UHC”

Since 1983, the CHU Dumont Foundation has been playing a leading role at the Dr. Georges-L.Dumont University Hospital Centre. Its support aimed at improving health care services is essential to the hospital’s vitality. It has allowed it to acquire state-of-the-art equipment and to implement and enhance programs that foster community wellness.


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Moncton, NB – Tuesday, September 29th, 2020 – The Tree of Hope 2020 campaign was officially launched this morning. Nadine Martin, Executive Director, along with David Michaud, campaign ambassador, and Dr. Clément Arsenault, Dumont UCH internal champion, kicked off the annual campaign.

“I am proud to report the Tree of Hope returns this year,” says Ms. Martin. “The campaign and the Radiothon will no doubt be different from the previous editions, but one thing remains; the needs at the Oncology Center are still as pressing as ever.”

As per usual, the campaign will aim to improve comfort and care for cancer patients through the purchase of specialized equipment for the Dr.-Léon-Richard Oncology Center, and by offering advanced training opportunities for specialized oncology teams here in New Brunswick.

Moncton, September 15, 2020 – The 2020 edition of The Drive raised $60,000 to improve patient care at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre.

Nadine Martin, Executive Director of the CHU Dumont Foundation is proud of her team and the partners of the Foundation who got together and successfully organized this important fundraiser for the Dumont UHC, while carefully respecting the new social distancing rules. "With these funds, the urology department of the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre will be able to purchase new surgical equipment," says Ms. Martin.

Participants drove from Dieppe to Saint Thomas, and then to Bouctouche, before coming back to town at Flying Boats, discovering many wonders of the New-Brunswick landscapes.

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New fund provides Canadians with a way to donate money that will go directly to more than 100 participating hospitals battling COVID-19 from the front lines

$8.5 million already committed from Canadian organizations

(TORONTO) April 21, 2020 - Canadian frontline healthcare workers are caught in a fight with COVID-19 and need our support to help fight this crisis. In response, hospital foundation leaders across Canada have come together to launch The Frontline Fund - a way for all Canadians and Canadian corporations to help arm frontline healthcare providers with the supplies, supports and research funding they need to fight this public health emergency and to support northern communities and indigenous health.

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