Èva’s adapted home project boosted with $25,000 donation

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Èva’s adapted home project boosted with $25,000 donation
Èva, who will live the rest of her life with a rare and incurable disease, poses with her parents Catherine Roy and Jean-François Nadeau.

By Emilie Hackett, Special to the Record – The Association des professionnels de la construction et de l’habitation du Québec (APCHQ Foundation) has donated a sum of $25,000 to the Une maison pour Èva campaign, bringing the Nadeau-Roy family one step closer to its goal of $250,000 for an adapted home. Three years ago, Jean-François Nadeau and Catherine Roy received a lifechanging diagnosis: their youngest daughter, Èva, had the spontaneous genetic mutation of gene CDKL-5, a rare and incurable disease. See full story in the Monday, March 25 edition of The Record.

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