The Grade 6 students at St. Monica Elementary School in NDG organized a dress down day in order to collect money for The Tiny Miracle Fund. The Auxiliary of The Jewish General Hospital is proud of this initiative, which is committed to purchasing vital, life-sustaining equipment for the tiniest and most vulnerable patients. The students had a retired nurse from the neonatal clinic come and visit the students. She explained the medical care these babies need while they are in the incubators. The Jewish General Hospital is one of the largest birthing centers in the province, with approximately 4,500 deliveries each year and is classified as a high-risk perinatal referral centre by the Quebec government.