Roses Radiothon

April 27, 2018

The Roses Radiothon is an initiative to help purchase equipment for the Chaleur Regional Hospital and for hospitals on the Acadian Peninsula. The Radiothon includes a whole range of activities that take place throughout the year. The culmination of the event is the day of the Radiothon where all monies raised during the year are handed over and people can make donation. 

Together, we have raised over $1.7 million since 2007: $1,214,168 toward the purchase of equipment enhancing the screening and treatment of certain cancers at the Chaleur Regional Hospital and $640,188 for the the facilities in the Acadian Peninsula. For the list of our acquisitions and achievement: Click Here

This year, the Roses Radiothon is aiming to raise $150,000. For the complete list of equipment, please click on the following link: 2018 Roses Radiothon


My son, my hero

Testimonial by Jessica Ward, mother of Jérémie, a brain cancer patient

 In July 2014, Jessica Ward came face to face with the unimaginable. Her only son, then not quite three years old, was discovered to have a cancer of the brain and spinal cord called medulloblastoma. This aggressive and dangerous adversary was classified at stage 4. With this discovery, Jessica’s life changed forever. “I couldn’t wrap my head around what was happening. How could a child have brain cancer? I didn’t even know that such a thing existed! The situation was unbearable. My whole body was shaking, I was nauseous and dizzy.” 

Click here for the complete story of Jessica and Jérmie