For the benefit of street youth in Quebec

$120,000 for street youth
in Quebec

The 33rd edition of the Mission inclusion Golf Tournament took place on Thursday, September 15 at the Le Mirage golf club in Terrebonne.
In a friendly and sunny atmosphere, 120 golfers teed off to support vulnerable communities in Quebec. This year, over $120,000 was raised. The money will be used to fund community organizations working to help young people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness.
The success of the Mission inclusion Golf Tournament was made possible by the support of our loyal sponsors and partners.
Every year, we have an honorary president heading up our Golf Tournament. This year, the duties were shared by Carolina Gallo, Vice-President, Government Affairs and Policy at GE, and Robert Trudeau, Senior Director, Global Corporate Sales & Quebec Market at Air Canada.
Ms. Gallo and Mr. Trudeau were radiant after the event: “What a wonderful day! This year’s golf benefit was another success thanks to our generous participants and sponsors. The tournament demonstrated once again Mission inclusion’s determination to be an agent of change and to help develop effective levers to prevent homelessness among young people. Thank you all for your trust and your tremendous support for the Mission inclusion Golf Tournament!”
Left to right: André Dufour (Chair of the Board of Directors of Mission inclusion), Isabelle Morin (Senior Director, Development and Communications of Mission inclusion), Danielle Fillion (Director, Quebec Programs of Mission inclusion), the two honorary co-presidents Carolina Gallo (Vice President, Government Affairs and Policy at GE) and Robert Trudeau (Sr Director Global Corporate Sales & Quebec Market at Air Canada), and Richard Veenstra (Executive Director of Mission inclusion).


For more information

Marie-Luce Altémé

Manager, benefit events

(514) 495-2409 ext. 115


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