To operate at full capacity and remain a leader in Quebec and in Canada, the H.B. Williams Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery Unit of the Montreal Children’s Hospital requires an annual budget of nearly $900,000.

Only 50% of the budget comes from government funding. The hospital relies on the generosity of the Montreal community to fill the deficit.


“The goal of the Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery Unit is to improve the quality of life of children born with facial abnormalities. To do so, we need innovative technology that is accessible
only thanks to the support of our donors. Funds raised by the Young Leaders Circle help more children in Quebec receive surgical care using the cutting edge technology they deserve.

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A Foundation You Can Trust

With one of the lowest costs per dollar raised of any healthcare foundation in Canada, the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation (MCHF) has repeatedly earned top marks in MoneySense Magazine’s Charity 100 rankings for its efficiency in managing donations and for the excellence and transparency of its governance.