21 Sep 2017

MONTREAL, September 21, 2017 – For the second year in a row, on September 15th some 2,000 Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton employees gathered to give back to the community.

The firm closed approximately 100 of its offices in Quebec, and in the Ottawa and Edmundston regions to allow its employees to devote a workday in order to make a difference in more than 60 community organizations.

300 employees and partners from the Québec City region worked on the Patro Roc-Amadour site in Limoilou, and the Camp O Carrefour site on Île d’Orléans

Emilio B. Imbriglio, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton President and CEO said: “We are committed to ensuring the vitality of our communities. Proudly rooted in local communities for almost 70 years, it gives us great pleasure, professionally and personally, to dedicate a workday to helping those in need. We are engaged in supporting people and their communities and help with the success of their organizations. I would like to thank all of my colleagues who passionately worked towards making a difference during this special day.”

Montréal office employees, including the President and CEO, working at Fourchettes de l’espoir in Montréal North, helping feed needy families

Giving back to the community, it’s what we do!

RCGT in the Community day is part of a worldwide initiative of the Grant Thornton International organization that contributes to community development by making it possible for some 47,000 employees in more than 130 countries to dedicate a workday to support a local organization’s mission.

In order to see Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s employees and the global organization at work, sharing, dedicated and working together, go to #ÉquipeRCGT and #GTinthecommunity. You can also go to Facebook to view the event’s photo album.

Media representatives also on site

Media representatives were also on site to cover Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s work. Here are examples of some of the visibility created by this community event: Soupe au Bouton, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli et Cap-St-Ignace (CMATV-Montmagny); Maison des familles in Rimouski (Journal l’Avantage); Mont Powell cleanup in Rouyn-Noranda (Radio-Canada Abitibi-Témiscamingue); group kitchens, Centre d’action bénévole of the Coaticook RCM (le Progrès de Coaticook); Centre d’action bénévole Saint-Alphonse-Nouvelle, Baie-des-Chaleurs (TVA) ; Patro Roc-Amadour in Limoilou and Camp O Carrefour on Île d’Orléans (Radio-Canada Radio-Québec); Coop de solidarité Éconord and Rivière-des-Prairies shoreline cleanup in Montréal North (Le Guide de Montréal-Nord); Lac Pouce cleanup in Saguenay (Radio-Canada radio Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean).

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become a Canadian leader in the areas of assurance, tax, advisory services, and business recovery and reorganization, with more than 2,300 professionals, including approximately 200 partners. Together, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, comprise more than 4,200 professionals and close to 140 offices across Canada to help Canadian organizations achieve their full growth potential, both locally and globally. Grant Thornton International Ltd’s member and correspondent firms provide clients with the expertise of some 47,000 professionals in more than 130 countries.

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Source:
Francis Letendre
Senior Consultant Public Relations
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Cell. : 514-554-1685
letendre.francis@rcgt.com