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Top mistakes people make when encountering someone with an illness

Our behaviour can help a patient’s experience, says Mordechai Rothman OPINION JAN 23, 2019 BY MORDECHAI ROTHMAN   TORONTO.COM Have you ever crossed paths with someone fighting a serious illness — whether a friend, relative, classmate, neighbour or even a stranger? Did you feel uncomfortable and unsure about how to act and what to say? You’re not alone. As executive … Read more

Montreal Volunteer Appreciation

Chloe told me that volunteering with Chai Lifeline is one of the better decisions she’s ever made. She’s a leader in the Big Sister program, and keeps finding new things that she shares with Maya, her Little Sister. “We’re both really energetic, and love the outdoors, so there’s never a dull moment when I’m with … Read more

Meet our Summer Interns

Welcome to our Toronto Interns (left to right), Dov Sitnik, Zack Babins, Renee Lurie and Levana Ouanounou!

Zack is our PR intern. He loves talking about stories and telling them. His favourite bagel is a Montreal-style sesame seed, and (somewhat) proudly hails from North of Steeles.

Renee and Levana are interning with our Case Management team. Renee is going to medical school in September. She says that working with Chai Lifeline’s families is a great way to prepare for daily life in Pediatrics.

Levana’s favourite city to visit is Jerusalem. She lived there for the last two years and wants to work at Chai Lifeline after volunteering here and seeing the smiles on our families faces.

Dov is our Development intern and is inspired by all the kids he’s met as a Chai Lifeline volunteer. His favourite colour is orange.

Welcome!