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Important Shipments Headed to Haiti

Many foundations and companies have been incredibly generous through a large number of in-kind donations recently, and the hospital is excitedly awaiting the shipment. Packed on the ship leaving today are many supplies for the gleaming new laboratory. With this new equipment, doctors will be able to make diagnoses faster and more accurately.


Disability Day Celebration: "Break Barriers, Open Doors"

From Fond des Blancs, Haiti comes a whole album of pictures, of last week’s 3rd annual celebration for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

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SCI Artisans Featured in Bryant Park

If you visit the St. Boniface Spinal Cord Injury Clinic in Fond des Blancs, Haiti, there’s a big chance you’ll see jewelry making going on.

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St. Boniface CEO Honored by Alma Mater

This past Monday, St. Boniface’s own Conor Shapiro was honored with the Young Alumni Award by his alma mater, the Boston University School of Public Health.

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St. Boniface Receives Another 4-Star Rating

St. Boniface was recently notified that it received another 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator.

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August 2013 Newsletter

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Partnership Update: Physicians for Haiti

​The presented photo shows a recent presentation with Physicians for Haiti that focused on developing leadership skills in local employees.

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New Jewelry Employment Program for SCI Women

Recently, the founder of eff.Y.bee jewelry went down to St. Boniface to establish Bay Lavi, a jewelry employment program that trains women in the Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation and Community Reintegration Program with the necessary skill set and provides them with a source of income.

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Construction Underway on New Clinic

Construction at Villa has begun, and contractors are currently performing site work and excavating for underground utilities and retaining walls.

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Gardening Courses for Patients with Spinal Cord Injuries

Members of the Spinal Cord Rehabilitation and Community Reintegration Program attend a gardening course with a local agronomist on the St. Boniface campus.