The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation has a brand new logo, intended to better symbolize the hospital’s core mission to heal children, and ease their suffering.
The logo represents the figure of a child and consists of two bandages: one to symbolize the hospital’s core mission to heal children and the other to represent the love that flows between patients and the medical staff. Joined together, the bandages form a cross that is meant to symbolize the bond between donors, patients and their families, and the hospital.
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation was founded in 1973 as a donor-centered organization that supports the Montreal Children’s Hospital, established in 1904 as the first hospital in the province of Québec dedicated entirely to pediatric care.
Today, the hospital is a global leader in pediatric medicine, and the foundation has raised over $428 million to support the hospital’s mission of care, teaching and relentless innovation in research. The foundation felt it was time to update and modernize the logo to better reflect the foundation’s core mission. The new logo is designed by Cossette.
The Montreal Children’s Hospital provides the highest quality healthcare to infants, children and teenagers. Each year tens of thousands of children and families from across Quebec and beyond seek care from the hospital’s health professionals. Patients are served in both French and English, and interpreter services are available for more than 40 other languages. The Montreal Children’s Hospital is a tertiary care pediatric teaching hospital affiliated with McGill University.
The foundation’s Healthy Kids Fund is essential to help bring a child back to health, and this concept was a primary motivation for the foundation’s new branding.
A unique hospital and foundation deserves a unique brand. Learn more about the foundation at https://fondationduchildren.com/en/.