Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to recognize the remarkable contribution of the cycling team who participated in the 19th edition of the Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau last July 4. The team’s efforts raised $35,000 to fight pediatric cancer.
A team inspired and motivated by Éloïse…
Our team rode the 110 km between Saint-Hyacinthe and Boucherville to help sick children, and especially to support little Éloïse, daughter of Nicole Parent, Senior Consultant, Strategic and Performance Consulting, at the Montréal office. Éloïse has been battling leukemia for two years, undergoing weekly chemotherapy. We are delighted to announce that her treatments are now completed and that her test results show she is in remission! She can therefore live a normal life as a young girl. We hope this will help distract her from the difficulties of the past two years.
We sincerely thank the members of the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton community who supported the team, either by sponsoring one of our cyclists or by participating in one of the many internal financing activities.
At the finish line, our team hurried to take a picture with Éloïse, our inspiration, and her mother Nicole Parent (on the far right). Congratulations (from left to right) to Marcel Lacombe, Gérald Daly, Pierre Fortin, Violaine Paquette, Jérôme Côté, Jean Dauvin, Gilles Bourdeau and Chaim Colman for their dynamic efforts. (Absent from the picture: Marc-Olivier Sirard)
Our courageous team again, this time during the official cheque presentation, accompanied by Pierre Bruneau (2nd from left) and Paul Doucet (second-of-last on the right), actor and next person responsible for the Fondation Centre de cancérologie Charles-Bruneau campaign.
About the Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau
The Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau is one of the biggest fund-raising activities in Quebec. Thanks to its major partners and its many committed participants, the event raised $2.85 million this year for its 19th edition. This event raises funds for the Fondation Centre de cancérologie Charles-Bruneau, dedicated to the fight against pediatric cancer. Its mission is to fund research and support the development of projects to improve the lives of thousands of children living with cancer in Quebec.
18 Jul 2014 | Written by :