Our fundraisers are essential to the work we do with socially isolated seniors.
When you take part in a Little Brothers event, you are helping to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of our Elder Friends. Every special moment, every smile and every cherished memory is possible because of you.
Thank you to all of our sponsors and participants. Your support goes a long way in lighting up lives!
Interested in holding or sponsoring a fundraiser? Contact Jacinthe Roy : firstname.lastname@example.org or 514 527-8653, ext. 230.
Here is some more information on some of our most popular events:
IMAX Night Out
Every year, over 300 people from the business community gather together at the Montreal Science Centre for Little Brothers’ IMAX Night Out, under the patronage of honorary chair Marie-Claude Boisvert, Chief Operating Officer, Desjardins Business Capital régional et coopératif. The event has raised more than $1.1 million for Little Brothers since its inception in 1999.
This event, an initiative of Little Brothers spokesperson Louis Garneau, challenges 3,000 cyclists to ride the 118 kilometres between Trois-Rivières and Quebec City. The funds raised are used to treat Elder Friends to a stay at our Lac Saint-Joseph vacation lodge and reach out to isolated seniors throughout the Quebec City area.
Jean Besré Bike and Walk a Thon – Sherbrooke
This is our Sherbrooke chapter’s main fundraiser, supported by patron Béatrice Picard. Participants walk, run or ride in support of local seniors. The day’s festivities are capped off with a barbecue for participants, volunteers and, of course, our Elder Friends.
Quebec City Benefit Dinner
This annual event made its debut in 2012, under the leadership of Rodrigue Julien, respected businessman, mentor and philanthropist. The exquisite seven-course meal served at La Scala is savoured by roughly 100 business professionals from the Quebec City area.
Want to take part in an event in your area?
Various fundraisers are held throughout the year by our teams. in For more information, have a closer look at the “Local Events” section of the website.