Centraide of Greater Montreal announced the launch of its 2019 Campaign with the theme #UNIGNORABLE to raise awareness of social issues, which often go unnoticed.
Thousands of youths in difficulty will receive more services thanks to the efforts of 500 employees from 26 companies taking part in the 8th Centraide Cup on September 7 and 8 at Stade Saputo.
Centraide of Greater Montreal is pleased to announce investments of $51.7M in communities to bring about lasting solutions to fight poverty and social exclusion, which represents $1.3M more than last year. This money will go to improve the living conditions of highly vulnerable people in Montreal, in Laval, and on the South Shore.
Business leaders Éric Martel and Andrew Lutfy will head the next Centraide campaign.
Centraide of Greater Montreal, which helps one in seven people in difficulty in Montreal, in Laval, and on the South Shore, also announced that it raised $57.5 million in 2018 thanks to the help of individual and corporate donors.
Today, 500 enthusiastic and energetic corporate employees went head to head with 10 professional athletes and Olympic medallists for the 21st RBC Challenge for Centraide of Greater Montreal, a relay race up the steps of Place Ville Marie.
Today at noon, Centraide of Greater Montreal launched its 2018 campaign with its traditional March of 1,000 Umbrellas.
Lili-Anna Pereša, President and Executive Director of Centraide of Greater Montreal, will be awarded the rank of Knight of the Ordre national du Québec on June 22.
Nathalie Bernier, Chair of the Board of Directors of Centraide of Greater Montreal, has received Canada’s CFO of the Year Award 2018, an honour that recognizes the biggest names in financial leadership.
Marie-Josée Lamothe and Stephen Bronfman will co-chair Centraide of Greater Montreal’s 2018 campaign.