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Annual Fundraising activities


600 tickets were successfully sold as part of the first edition of our brand-new fundraising activity, in partnership with Voyages EtCetera Travel.

For one year, participants have a chance to win one of 13 travel credits, valued at a total of $42,026, one of 13 cheques valued at $500, as well as one of 13 cheques valued at $145.

Draws take place every first Wednesday of the month on Facebook Live on the Edmundston Regional Hospital Foundation page (which we invite you to follow if you haven't already), from April 2024 to March 2025.

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golf tournament

Held under uncertain temperatures on Friday June 16th, 2023, at the Fraser Golf Club in Edmundston, the 20th edition of the annual golf tournament, brought together nearly 250 players. The activity allowed us to raise more than $90,000.

The trophy for the winning team was won by Groupe Savoie. The team consisted of Jason Somers, Vincent Caron, Pierre Doiron and Matt Symes.

Since the golf tournament's beginnings, it's more than $690,000 that has been

invested in various projects at our hospital in order to improve the services and health care offered to our community.

Benefit breakfast

The 22nd edition of the Benefit Breakfast, which took place on Friday, October 13th, 2023, in the Édupôle cafeteria, raised the sum of $29,650.


More than 2,000 breakfasts were served under the supervision of chefs Stéphane Tesson and Sylvain Boucher, from the CCNB, Edmundston campus, and their students in Culinary art and Professional cuisine.


Northern Star

The 4th edition of the Northern Star campaign once again ended on a positive note thanks to the generosity of our donors. $11,000 was raised through the sale of mini-trees and Christmas trees dedicated in memory or honor of a loved one.


This success is made possible by the dedication of many volunteers, but also thanks to the partnership of UNI Financial Cooperation which has existed for many years.


This campaign, which brightens up the holiday season from mid-November to the end of December, helps meet numerous health needs in nine hospitals in Northern New Brunswick.


The performance of the last campaign is proof that by rolling up our sleeves together it is possible to make a difference in improving health care at home first.

Volunteers wanted!

The HRE Foundation is always looking for dedicated people who care about their community. Contact us to find out how to become a volunteer!

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