On Friday, April 29, 2022, join us in our efforts!
Join us in the fight against cancer to improve health care at home first.
The Roses Radiothon fundraiser mobilizes teams from all over the Chaleur and Acadian Peninsula region to raise donations for the 16th edition of the event.
Despite the pandemic, fundraising activities in our communities have been organized throughout the past year. This annual event, which concludes the 2022 Campaign, will involve three radio stations and many volunteers. It is an invitation to all residents of the Chaleur and Peninsula regions to show that they want to have access to quality care close to home!
During the day of Friday, April 29, open your heart by donating to one of the four hospitals of your choice in the region, to help reach the $180,000 goal of the 2022Roses Radiothon.
Your donations, no matter how small, will make a huge difference in people’s lives by providing access to quality health care close to their homes and families in our region!
Donate now through our secure site.
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In September 2017, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I had to travel to Bathurst to take my chemotherapy treatments, but after each treatment, I could go back home, with my husband and continue my routine. The fact that I was receiving my treatments near my home and returning home allowed me to continue my part time work as a waitress, as well as continue my dance classes. For me, it was very important to continue my activities and to surround myself with positive people.
My cancer being aggressive, I received my treatments very quickly. But even in this fast pace, the staff of the Oncology Clinic and the doctors took the time to explain to me, step by step, the treatments and follow-ups that I was going to receive.
I encourage you to participate in the Radiothon des Roses. We never know when the disease will hit and who it will hit; it can be you or someone close to you. Your donation will allow our regional hospital to continue to purchase equipment for the fight against cancer and make a difference in the lives of people affected by this disease.