Ways to give

Maison St-Raphaël is a non-profit organization whose half of its funding relies on the generosity of individuals like you who are committed to providing a dignified end of life.

The importance of your support

Although the government covers part of Maison St-Raphaël’s operating costs, more than half of the budget depends on community support.

All funds raised enable people living with an incurable disease, their loved ones and the bereaved to benefit free of charge from our high‑quality, compassionate care and services.

Our donors

To date, Maison St-Raphaël has been able to count on the support of more than 2,000 donors. We thank you for believing in the importance of offering excellent palliative care to the Montreal population free of charge. Your generosity allows hundreds of people each year to receive essential support through this unique and universal period that is the end of life.

I have been involved with Maison St-Raphaëls since its embryonic stage. I still remember washing and scraping the newly installed windows and doors covered with tape and glue… weve come a long way since then! I have witnessed firsthand countless moments of kindness, goodness, generosity, gratitude, empathy and compassion. I cannot say enough about the attentive, compassionate care and exceptional personalized services given to each patient, guest, family member and caregiver.

Paula Pedicelli, volunteer and donor since 2010

Impact Reports

Discover the impact of your donations and the report on our activities.

Our Fundraising Events

5th edition of the Francis Glorieux Golf Tournament

Join us Tuesday, September 17 for the 5th edition of the Francis Glorieux Golf Tournament, organized to raise funds for St. Raphael Palliative Care Home and Day Center. Held on the magnificent Summerlea Golf and Country Club in Vaudreuil-Dorion, the Francis Glorieux Golf Tournament is an opportunity to get together with over a hundred golfers, friends and philanthropists.

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4th edition of the Walk for Dignity

On Sunday, May 26, 2024, the fourth Walk for Dignity was held in Montréal. This fourth edition was a resounding success: it raised $325,255! The Walk for Dignity is an opportunity to pay tribute to a loved one, to increase awareness of the importance of palliative care and to raise funds to ensure the continuity of free essential end of life services in Montréal. This year, over 500 people took to Côte-des-Neiges and Outremont streets for the cause.

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Fundraising in the community

We are always very touched by the effort people make to raise funds for Maison St-Raphaël to show gratitude for services received. These fundraisers help us offer our services free of charge to people at the end of life and their loved ones.

A Walk of Hope and Love

Living with an incurable disease, Maureen Vachon gave herself the challenge of walking 2,500 km and raising $20,000 for Maison St-Raphaël.

Fannie Lajeunesse-Coutu Omnium

The Fannie Lajeunesse-Coutu Omnium held at Collège Jean-Eudes in Fannie’s honour raised over $10,000 for Maison St-Raphaël.

The “Silence, on joue!” show

Maxime Goyette donated the winnings from his appearance on the TV game show “Silence, on joue!” to Maison St-Raphaël.

Do you have a project in mind? We now have an online fundraising platform to help anyone who would like to raise funds for Maison St‑Raphaël. Email melissasantos@maisonstraphael.org for more information.

Contribute to our mission

Help us improve the quality of life of people at the end of life.