Centraide of Greater Montreal marks the end of its annual campaign with a result of more than $ 56 million and awards its Solidarity Awards.
Centraide of Greater Montreal has carefully read the Government Action Plan to Foster Economic Inclusion and Social Participation 2017-2023.
Today, 500 company employees went head to head with professional athletes to climb Place Ville Marie, one of Montreal’s tallest skyscrapers.
For International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on October 17, the Centraides of Quebec are coming together to break down taboos and prejudice and, above all, shine a light on a social problem that is all too often hidden or misunderstood.
Centraide of Greater Montreal’s 2017 campaign was launched today in downtown Montreal during its Generosity March, which also celebrated 375 years of generous support in the community.
$225,000 for a single goal: support youth success
Centraide of Greater Montreal will give $42.4M to the community in 2017, which brings its investment to over one billion dollars since it was created.
Companies will fill Stade Saputo on September 9 and 10 for the 6th Centraide Cup soccer tournament
James C. Cherry and Louis Audet will co-chair Centraide of Greater Montreal’s 2017 campaign.
Yesterday evening, Centraide of Greater Montreal awarded its Solidaires at the Montréal Science Centre. These annual awards recognize the social commitment of businesses and the community action of agencies who fight poverty and social exclusion.