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The Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Care Residence is counting on the substantial contribution provided by the community more than ever!


In addition to the revenue generated by its own fundraising events, the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Care Residence benefits from the support of several groups and organizations in the region. The activities they organize for the benefit of the Residence are a valuable contribution to its financing.


The vast majority of individuals who organize these events have had a loved one who stayed at the Residence.


So, if you’ve got some good ideas, why not put together a little fundraising event of your own? Or let yourself be inspired by some of the suggestions we’ve provided on this page.

Community fundraising

How to organize an activity

We invite individuals or groups who wish to organize their own fundraising activities to contact us.


Ready to hold your own activity? Follow the steps below:


Contact Anne-Marie Marquis at 450 202-2202, extension 128 to talk about your idea and set up a meeting.


Download and fill out the Registration Form and email it to


Download the Tool kit and Planning and read the FAQ section to help you through the process. 

Suggested Activities

Why not organize a fun activity? 


Whether you’re organizing a social activity or corporate event, here a few suggestions:

  • 5 à 7 or wine and cheese tasting, with a speaker or special guests

  • Meet-the-artist or author event featuring local personalities

  • Sports tournament: golf, curling, baseball, poker, etc.

  • Yard sale

  • Book sale

  • Networking event for independent businesses

  • Trivial Pursuit night

  • Casual Dress Day or Hat Day at work

  • Car wash

  • Fashion show featuring merchandise from local retailers  

  • Craft fair

  • Comedy night

  • Bowling tournament

  • Bingo

  • Barbecue, picnic

  • Community meal offered by your organization  

  • Fundraising at school (yes, even children can help support causes in their community)

  • Cultural activity; visits

  • Garden party, picnic

  • Halloween – haunted house

  • Treasure hunt

  • Car rally

  • Obstacle course

  • Birthday celebration, donations through Facebook

  • Poinsettia event to coincide with our poinsettia campaign

  • Yoga, Zumba or Pilates classes or challenges

  • Open House at your company  

*Many other possibilities are available to you. Why not create with innovation, to allow your participants to have fun and live an unforgettable experience while contributing to an essential mission?


Thank you and best wishes for success!


To share your idea or submit your questions and queries, you can contact Nathalie Clermont, Community development coordinator at 450 202-2202, ext. 128 or at

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