Notre-Dame Hospital was soaking in the Christmas spirit this holiday season.

Four separate donations over the holidays have pushed the Hearst hospital within now $400,000 of their CT scan project goal.

On Christmas Eve, local resident Mr. Leandre Lachance and his family made a generous $25,000 donation to the project.

Three days later another community member Mr. Claude Villeneuve pledged $25,000 to the fundraising efforts and two days after Mr. Martial Veilleux donated $6,000 to the campaign.

Photo of donation from Mr. Martial Veilleux to Notre-Dame Hospital’s CT Scan Photo Supplied

Last but not least on the first day of the New Year employees of Lecours Lumber Woodland Division put $3,000 towards the campaign as well.

Photo of donation from Employees of Lecours Lumber Woodland Division to Notre-Dame Hospital’s CT Scan Photo Supplied

In total, the Hearst hospital is now sitting at $1,321,500 raised as they continue their push for a brand new computed tomography scan.