Together, we can make a difference!
Driving LaSalle community involvement. Our primary objective is to support the priorities established by the LaSalle Hospital with a focus on the well-being of the population it served.
How to Donate
Either by making a direct financial contribution to the Foundation or by supporting us as a partner at our events.
Become a Volunteer
Contact us if you wish to do availability-based volunteer work as part of an energetic team, dedicated to the Foundation.
Thanks to your donations
Each year, the Foundation contributes significant sums of money to different departments of the Hospital, based on their requirements.
Time is of the essence for all of us, and some of us choose to share it.
For several years now, LaSalle resident, Bernard Dugas has been enjoying wrapping gifts over the holiday season at our Carrefour Angrignon booth.
This is a great demonstration of spirit and compassion from our dedicated volunteer.
Many thanks to the LaSalle Hospital Foundation for its financial support in the acquisition of four patient lifts—an essential device that helps people with reduced mobility or loss of autonomy to safely access and leave the bathtub or the bed.
On behalf of my directorate and the families, thank you.
The recent acquisition of phototherapy lamps at the Birth Unit has made it possible to minimize jaundice in babies, perform phototherapy in the room, with the mother and her baby, and shorten their hospital stay.
If I’m standing here today, I owe it to the outstanding care that was provided to me by the staff. I am very grateful. Subsequently, I started getting involved in the Foundation and I could see that
they were doing a very good job at supporting the hospital.
It was Dr. Mansour Adle who operated on me that night. He saved my life and, as I have already had the opportunity to tell him, I am forever grateful to him. I am also and equally grateful to all the medical and support staff at the LaSalle Hospital. I arrived at the hospital seriously ill, with only a few hours to live. You received me, cared for me and healed me. Thanks to your good care, I can still enjoy life. Thank you!
I would like to congratulate all the intensive care staff, both day and night shift, for the care I received. I was always cared for with a smile and a lot of patience and professionalism during my hospital visit.” – February 22nd to 27th, 2019