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Press releases of Centraide of Greater Montreal
June 18, 2013
Investment of nearly $47M for 369 agencies to fight against poverty
This year, Centraide will allocate $46,518,000 to 369 agencies in the Greater Montreal region, which is home to the most poor people in Quebec.
June 10, 2013
The CEOs of CAE and CGI will head up the cabinet
Centraide of Greater Montreal will be able to count on two recognized business leaders to head up its next fundraising campaign.
May 28, 2013
Centraide invests $1.6M to support families in the West Island
entraide is investing even more in the West Island this year. The amount of $1,577,417 will be allocated to 16 community agencies and projects, which represents$112,200 more than in 2012.
October 22, 2012 The Gazette
Centraide: Camp Weredale a welcome haven
Finding a "home away from home" can be especially important if you're a child under youth protection or in foster care. Camp Weredale has been a haven for youngsters since 1934, offering children who are in Batshaw Youth and Familly Centres a camp experience they can fondly remember.
October 19, 2012 The Gazette
Centraide fundraising campaign: La Maison des Enfants Le Dauphin de Laval is first-time recipient
Sometimes, a kid just needs to reach out. In Laval, they know they can always count on a dolphin. Stéphanie Leblanc is the director and a founding members of La Maison des Enfants Le Dauphin de Laval, a first-time Centraide recipient.
October 16, 2012 The Gazette
Centraide: Creating lifelong relationships for the intellectually disabled
They work every day to create relationships that last a lifetime. For more than 30 years, Parrainage Civique Les Marronniers (PCM), a Rosemont-based non-profit organization, has been pairing volunteers with adults who have intellectual disabilities.
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