Guignolée Dr Julien 2021 – EN

Guignolée Petits Renards

The Guignolée Dr. Julien to benefit the Verdun Community Social Pediatrics Centre.
So all children can live their lives to the fullest.
Guignolée 2021

Support the Guignolée Dr. Julien to benefit the Verdun community social pediatrics centre. This will allow us to offer our services to a greater number of children in the Greater South-West of Montreal.

2021 financial goal:


Save the date!

The Guignolée Petits Renards is an annual donation campaign, which will be held this year on Saturday, December 11. This event takes place within the framework of the Guignolée Dr. Julien. This means that all the community social pediatrics centres in Quebec will mobilize on December 11 for a fundraising event throughout their beneficiary districts. The goal is to raise awareness in their communities about the needs of children from vulnerable backgrounds.

The funds collected during the Guignolée Petits Renards will directly help children and families in the Greater South-West of Montreal living in vulnerable situations.


The goals of the Guignolée Petits Renards 2021

The funds raised will directly help children and families in the Greater South-West of Montreal who live in a vulnerable situation.

The Guignolée Petits Renards 2021:
To allow 2022:

The Guignolée 2020 has allowed us to offer our social pediatrics services
to more than 35 migrant children.

How to give?

Fill out the online donation form
by clicking above.

Carry out your own fundraising campaign by soliciting your network.

Other ways to give

Interac transfer

Postal cheque

To : Les Petits Renards – CPSC Verdun,
4400 Boulevard LaSalle, QC H4G 2A8

How to get involved

Join the Petits Renards! Whether as a partner, supporting our cause with a donation in exchange for some visibility. Or as a volunteer, because this year we will be back on the streets! Let’s raise funds together to support the children and families in our community.

Make a difference in the lives of children of the Greater South-West of Montreal.


Les Petits Renards are thankful for their partners

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