To help more young people in Québec
Since the emergence of the #metoo movement in Québec in the fall of 2017, Marie-Vincent has witnessed a considerable increase in demand for services. The number of sexual abuse cases reported to the Director of Child Protection has also risen steadily. Both trends have had a significant impact on the availability of our services. Furthermore, the pandemic has forced us to cancel fundraising events that would normally fund a large portion of services for young victims.
Consequently, Marie-Vincent Foundation is embarking on an ambitious three-year fundraising campaign to raise $ 9.5 million to help more young people in Québec.
The funds will be used in support of our mission and for four important projects.
Mark Mulroney, a member of our major fundraising campaign cabinet, has a message for you!
Read the Campaign brochure
Marie-Vincent Foundation is embarking on an ambitious three-year fundraising campaign to raise $ 9.5 million to help more young people in Québec.
Charles Emond, President and Chief Executive Officer of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) will lead our major fundraising campaign.