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In February, we support: Fondation Mira

In February, Hôtel Saint-Sulpice Montreal support Foundation Mira

Over the past year, the Hôtel Saint-Sulpice has been implementing a sustainable development program. In September, we are supporting Foundation Mira.

The principle is simple: we invite our guests who stay at the hotel for more than one night not to use the housekeeping service. By doing so, our guests are helping to reduce their ecological footprint, and they’re also contributing to our monthly collection, since for every day they refuse, the hotel donates $5 to a charity close to our hearts.

 

In February, Magalie Sparsa our Director of Sales a opté pour la Fondation Mira.

I chose the Foundation Mira because I find their work remarkable. This foundation touches on several aspects that are dear to me: helping people with disabilities and my love of animals. The physical and psychological help that an animal, especially a dog, can provide is undeniable.” Magalie Sparsa our Director of Sales

 

For the benefit of:

Logo fondation Mira

 

For over 40 years, the Mira Foundation has pursued the goal of increasing the autonomy and social inclusion of people living with visual or motor disabilities, as well as young people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), by providing them with a dog that meets their needs, free of charge.

 

The mission of the Foundation Mira:

  • ncrease the autonomy and promote the social integration of people with disabilities through the use of guide dogs and service dogs
  • Provide services freely to all beneficiaries, regardless of their income
  • Improve the mobility and orientation of people with disabilities so that they can move about freely in their daily lives
  • Create an individual intervention plan adapted for each beneficiary that takes into account the beneficiary’s level of autonomy, social and professional context, and mobility needs
  • Promote the benefits of service dogs in public places, schools and public transport

We’re counting on you and your support, and we’d like to thank you in advance!

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal Team

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In January, we support: Autisme Montréal

In January, Hotel Saint-Sulpice Montreal support: Autisme Montréal

Over the past year, the Hotel Saint-Sulpice has been implementing a sustainable development program. In January, we support Autisme Montréal.

The principle is simple: we invite our guests who stay at the hotel for more than one night not to use the housekeeping service. By doing so, our guests are helping to reduce their ecological footprint, and they’re also contributing to our monthly collection, since for every day they refuse, the hotel donates $5 to a charity close to our hearts.

 

In January, Guillaume Holterbach chose to support the organization Autism Montreal, which aims to improve the living conditions of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

 

Autisme Montréal is an inspiring and unifying place, carrying hope, development, and social solidarity. At Autisme Montréal, the underlying idea is that the living conditions of individuals with autism and their families can be improved. Emphasis is placed on the importance of greater openness, solidarity, and a shared intention to provide them with quality services, thereby enabling their development, flourishing, and integration within their community.

 

ATEDM’s primary mandate is:

  • To advocate for the rights and interests of people with autism and those of their families.
  • To promote and to sensitize the health, education, research communities, and the general population, to the needs of people with autism.
  • To develop direct services to answer the needs of people with autism and their families.

We’re counting on you and your support, and we’d like to thank you in advance!

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal Team

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In December, we support: Welcome Hall Mission

In December, Hotel Saint-Sulpice Montreal support: Welcome Hall Mission

Over the past year, the Hotel Saint-Sulpice has been implementing a sustainable development program. In November, we are supporting Welcome Hall Mission.

The principle is simple: we invite our guests who stay at the hotel for more than one night not to use the housekeeping service. By doing so, our guests are helping to reduce their ecological footprint, and they’re also contributing to our monthly collection, since for every day they refuse, the hotel donates $5 to a charity close to our hearts.

 

In the month of December, Perle Krebs chose the Welcome Hall Mission, which helps Montrealers in need.

Established in 1892, Welcome Hall Mission is the largest doorway to help for Montrealers in need. Programs and resources are available to support people experiencing homelessness, families living in precarity, young and single mothers, at-risk youth and the elderly.

The festive season takes on its full meaning with food aid and concrete solutions for families, single mothers and young people in difficulty. Our team is also proud to be involved with this association, volunteering their time to distribute food during the festive season.

We’re counting on you and your support, and we’d like to thank you in advance!

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal Team

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In November, we support: FRED Foundation

In November, Hotel Saint-Sulpice Montreal support: FRED Foundation

Over the past year, the Hotel Saint-Sulpice has been implementing a sustainable development program. In November, we are supporting FRED Foundation.

The principle is simple: we invite our guests who stay at the hotel for more than one night not to use the housekeeping service. By doing so, our guests are helping to reduce their ecological footprint, and they’re also contributing to our monthly collection, since for every day they refuse, the hotel donates $5 to a charity close to our hearts.

In the month of November, Sarah Perrin chose the FRED Foundation, which works to improve the quality of life for families, children, and adolescents affected by diabetes throughout the province of Quebec.

Since its foundation in 1974, the Foundation Resources for Diabetic Children has committed as a non-profit organization to improve the lives of children, adolescents, and families affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D) throughout Quebec. Our Foundation was created with the goal of building a supportive community and providing essential resources to families facing the challenges of managing T1D in children.

 

The Mission of FRED Foundation:

FRED contributes to the daily well-being of families, children, and adolescents living with type 1 diabetes throughout the province of Quebec and provides a unique specialized summer camp experience for young diabetics.

FRED’s initial mission was to meet the pressing needs of Camp Carowanis, Quebec’s camp for type 1 diabetic children. Over the years, recognizing the needs of children and families, the Foundation gradually expanded its services: telephone support, training and information activities, opportunities for parents to meet and share, awareness initiatives, gathering of pediatric diabetes health professionals, and other social events.

Through their various programs and initiatives, their goal is to equip families with the tools and knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of diabetes care while breaking the isolation for children living with T1D. They emphasize overall well-being and inclusion, striving to create a healthier and brighter future for all children affected by diabetes.

We’re counting on you and your support, and we’d like to thank you in advance!

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal Team

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Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel supports the arthritis Society of Canada with its Green Program

In October, our collection will be dedicated to the Arthritis Society of Canada.

Sophie Légaré, our Housekeeping Manager, chose the Arthritis Society of Canada for the monthly fundraising from our Green Program. Sophie is particularly sensitive to this cause and explains why: ‘I chose this cause because my mother has suffered from severe rheumatoid arthritis for 27 years. Thanks to the Arthritis Society of Canada, which covered the cost of treatment, my mother participated in trial treatments (as a guinea pig) REMICADE. Without these treatments, she would have been in a wheelchair and completely immobile for 25 years. I would like today to be able to collect a nice sum of money so that other people can benefit from their support in turn. I also have a very close friend who is only 47 years old, and who is no longer part of active life because of this same disease. It is a disease that is very painful for the person who has it. It immobilizes and in fact impacts all members of the family. It is relatively unknown and even children can be affected.’

Throughout the month of October, we invite guests who stay at the hotel to contribute to our collection by refusing housekeeping. For each refusal, the hotel Le Saint-Sulpice collects $5/day.

Since June, the hotel has launched the Green Program, which aims to promote all actions of sustainable and social development. Both through the financial support of organizations, but also in the daily management of the hotel: in waste management, energy saving, choice of suppliers, recycling…

Saint-Sulpice hôtel Montréal soutient la société de l'arthrite Canada

The Mission of The Arthritis Society of Canada

société arthrite du canada soutenu par Le Saint-Sulpice Hôtel Montréal à travers son programme vert

The fire of arthritis scorches the lives of six million of our loved ones, friends and neighbours. It is Canada’s most common chronic condition, yet it rarely gets the attention it deserves. That’s why the Arthritis Society is on a mission to change the conversation and let the world know it’s not “just” arthritis.

Fortunately, we’re fueled by a community of generous, loyal supporters who share our commitment to fighting the fire of arthritis with the fire of research, innovation, advocacy, and information and support.

We are a national charity with local impact. Your donations make a difference for people living with arthritis in every province. Thank you!

Arthritis is Canada’s most common chronic disease, scorching the lives of approximately 1.25 million people in Quebec. The Arthritis Society is committed to helping all Canadians fight the fire of arthritis with research, advocacy, innovation and information and support.

Donor support enables us to invest in research to better understand, diagnose and treat arthritis, with a goal to one day extinguish it for good. We advocate to all levels of government on the most pressing issues affecting people with arthritis, their families and caregivers. Drawing on the expertise of healthcare professionals, our information, resources and tools provide trusted, patient-centric information to thousands of people from Quebec.

To learn more: https:/arthritis.ca/ 

Discover the beautiful testimony of Sandra suffering from arthritis at 58 years old and who today is a postwoman despite the disease.

We thank you in advance for your generous contribution!

www.lesaintsulpice.com

 

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In September, we support: The Quebec Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

In septembre, Hotel Saint-Sulpice Montreal support: The Quebec Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Over the past year, the Hôtel Saint-Sulpice has been implementing a sustainable development program. In September, we are supporting The Quebec Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.

The principle is simple: we invite our guests who stay at the hotel for more than one night not to use the housekeeping service. By doing so, our guests are helping to reduce their ecological footprint, and they’re also contributing to our monthly collection, since for every day they refuse, the hotel donates $5 to a charity close to our hearts.

For September, Marc-André, our General Manager, has chosen the Quebec Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. The mission of this non-profit organization is to be the leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by this disease to improve their quality of life.

”This cause is particularly close to my heart because my father had the disease until his death in 2014. It is an incurable and degenerative disease of the nervous system. I watched my father’s health gradually deteriorate, as he lost his motor skills and mobility. He lost the use of his legs, ending his days in a wheelchair. Marc-André, General Director

The Mission of the Quebec Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society Canada:

The primary mission of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Quebec Division is to mobilize the multiple sclerosis community to make a difference.
The Society works with researchers, donors, partners, volunteers and people affected by multiple sclerosis to make a difference. Whether it’s improving the quality of life of people in our country now or funding high-quality research that will one day eradicate multiple sclerosis, they form a community that works in unison.

Fundamental values that guide their work:

  • From action to impact: making a difference.
  • Collaboration: working together.
  • Compassion: helping people.
  • Boldness: set ambitious goals.
  • Resilience: don’t give up.

We’re counting on you and your support, and we’d like to thank you in advance!

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal Team