Date to give - Group Collection
Dare to give is an awareness campaign and a fundraiser of bras for the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation.
$1 from La Vie en Rose for every bra you donate!
Collect your bras (maximum 100) and drop off your collection in one of the La Vie en Rose stores from May 17 to June 5, 2019
For donations of 100 bras or more, we would be happy to accep them one of our large collection sites.
Friday May 24 9:00 am to 16:00 pm
La Fondation du cancer du sein du Québec
279 rue Sherbrooke ouest, suite 305
Montréal H2X 1Y1
Sunday May 26 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
La Vie en Rose Entrepôt- Smartcentre Mascouche
133, Montée Masson Mascouche,
Québec J7K 3B4
La Vie en Rose Entrepôt
3150, Rue de la Gare, Local 100. Vaudreuil-Dorion,
Québec J7V 0J5
Sunday June 2nd 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
La Vie en Rose Entrepôt - Place Greenfield Park
3560, Boul. Taschereau Local 002B Greenfiel Park,
Québec J4V 2H4
La Vie en Rose Entrepôt - Méga Centre Notre-Dame
2430, Autoroute 13 Lavail,
Québec H7X 4G8
For donations of 200 bras or more outside the Montreal area Please email Sylvie Isabel at Certex Canada firstname.lastname@example.org don’t forget to include your name full address and phone number.
In Sherbrooke, you can drop your bras at Centre Multi-Loisirs de Sherbrooke, 1010 rue Fairmount QC J1H 3N3
In Amqui, on May 25 from 12 to 4 pm , at Rouge FM Station, 111 avenue Gaétan-Archambault Amqui G5J 2K1
For each bra collected, our partner, La Vie en Rose, gives $1 to the Foundation up to a maximum of $200,000.
In 2018, thanks to your efforts, we raised more than
$30,000 in donations from groups and companies in addition
Each bra collected counts, each donation counts.
The money raised helps to fund the Accès-recherche project in collaboration with McPeak Sirois.
This project aims to make give more Quebeckers affected by breast cancer access to clinical trials in every region of the province through this program.
The McPeak-Sirois Group was co-founded in 2015 by Charles Sirois and Susan McPeak, a breast cancer survivor.
The donated bras are handed over to Certex, which takes care of sorting them. Certex not only protects the environment by helping to minimize landfill waste through its sorting centre activities, but also by giving a second life to clothing. Certain bras, depending on their type and condition, may be sold to local thrift shops. A bra with minor imperfections may be sold for export to developing countries. For optimal chances at a second life, the donated bras should not be cut up or modified.
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