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annual report - Centraide du Grand Montréal
Centraide of Greater Montreal
ANNUAL REPORT
2011/2012
Mission
To maximize financial and volunteer resources
so that Centraide, particularly by funding
community agencies and working in partnership
with them, can promote caring and social
involvement in order to improve the quality
of life in our community and empower its most
vulnerable members to take charge of their lives.
Vision
To build caring communities throughout
Greater Montreal. Centraide wants to make
Greater Montreal into a place where the less
fortunate have the means to live in dignity. To
achieve this aim, it relies on citizens’ capacity
for self-reliance and solidarity.
01 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
CENTRAIDE HAD AN
EXCEPTIONAL YEAR
BECAUSE OF
EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE.
E
ach year, the same thing happens. We are inundated
by an immense outpouring of generosity from thousands of volunteers and donors who support Centraide
with renewed passion and energy. And this year was no
exception. Or rather—it was truly exceptional. Not only did
we once again achieve a new record of generosity, but we
also had one of the largest increases in our history and
surpassed our goal by nearly $3 million.
But beyond these numbers, what we find more compelling are the human qualities of all those who have
­enabled Centraide, year after year, to do everything in
its power to help those most in need. The theme of this
­annual report is therefore the human face of generosity.
As beyond these numbers are a host of people whose
sense of humanity gives us reason to hope that, one day,
we can break the cycle of poverty. To do this, we will of course
need commitment, determination, consistency, strength­
and energy to help the disadvantaged; these same quali­
ties (commitment, determination, consistency, strength
and energy) are also required to emerge from poverty.
A LAST WORD
BEFORE WE PART…
“One person transforms his hand by placing it in
another’s.”
— Paul Éluard
This transformation is exactly what happened to me on
an April morning in 1991 when I was asked to take over
as the president of Centraide.
This is why we must keep an unwavering and constant
focus on our 2010-2015 strategy; we must also build on
this momentum to reach new heights of generosity, as
it is these heights that lift others and help them rise
above hardship.
We therefore thank you once again. Thank you for conti­
nuing to support our cause. You are exceptional!
And this is exactly what has happened to me each day
in the twenty-one years since. Each hand I have taken
has transformed mine. Each hand I have taken has given
full meaning to the words generosity and courage.
This is why, as retirement looms over the horizon at the
end of 2012, I am using these few lines to express to
all of the volunteers, donors and agency staff whose
generous hands I have taken in mine how much you
have made a difference in my life and in the lives of our
fellow citizens.
May you continue to lend each other your hands…
Michèle Thibodeau-DeGuire
Michèle Thibodeau-DeGuire
President and Executive Director
Louis L. Roquet
Chair of the Board of Directors
02 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
The Solidaires Citizen Involvement
was awarded to Rosario Demers, volunteer chair
and co-founder of the Table de concertation du
Faubourg Saint-Laurent, located in the heart of
downtown Montreal.
This award recognizes the concrete and sustainable
actions of one or more members of the community
who mobilize the residents of a neighbourhood to
tackle important issues.
To watch the winner’s video, enter “Rosario Demers” in the
search engine of www.centraide-mtl.org or scan the following
code with your smartphone (kindly note that this video is
available in French only):
S
ince founding the Table de concertation du Faubourg
Saint-Laurent in 1997, Rosario Demers has sought to
establish positive dialogue while fostering knowledge
sharing and involvement among the key stakeholders
in his neighbourhood—citizens, community agencies,
institutions, developers, business owners and other indi­
viduals—to build greater social cohesion. An engaged citi­
zen who brings people together, he has launched many
forums on neighbourhood concerns (homelessness, drug
addiction, safety, affordable housing and other issues)
and on the development of major projects (Quartier des
spectacles, CHUM, etc.) as a way to put residents at the
heart of the decisions and transformations of this neighbourhood known for its mixed urban fabric. He is a part of
the neighbourhood—just as the neighbourhood is a part
of him. He has also shared his community pride by writing
a document recounting the rich history of the Faubourg
Saint-Laurent.
Centraide has been supporting the Table de concertation du
Faubourg Saint-Laurent since 2005.
03 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
1
THE COMMITMENT
TO TRANSFORM
A COMMUNITY
2
2010-2015 STRATEGY
T
o improve the quality of life for neighbourhoods
and their most vulnerable members, Centraide
bases its decisions and initiatives on a proven strategy
to fight poverty and social exclusion, which includes
the following guiding principles:
1
3
Break the cycle of poverty
y offering more support to agencies working with
b
younger generations (families, youths, and children), while ensuring that people made vulnerable
because of their limitations, mental health problems, or old age are not forgotten or excluded.
the mobilization
2 Sofupport
communities
in their fight against poverty by calling upon our
past ten years of experience with the thirty-odd
neighbourhood round tables we support on the
­Island of Montreal, in Laval, and on the South Shore.
the full potential
3 Dofevelop
the agencies
e fund by giving them access to knowledge,
w
networks, and resources to develop their abilities,
leadership, and strategic skills.
04 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
The Solidaires NextGen
was awarded to Marie-Lyne Brunet, Executive
Director of Je Passe Partout. This agency works to
prevent school dropouts in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
This award acknowledges the enthusiasm, leadership
and remarkable accomplishments of a young person,
or a group of young people, aged 35 or younger and
who work full-time or on a volunteer basis for a
Centraide-supported agency.
To watch the winner’s video, enter “Marie-Lyne Brunet” in the
search engine of www.centraide-mtl.org or scan the following code
with your smartphone (kindly note that this video is available in
French only):
M
arie-Lyne Brunet knows Je Passe Partout like the
back of her hand. In her successive roles as a community worker then as a member of the board of direc­
tors, coordinator, public relations officer and now as
execu­tive director of the agency, she is a true ambassador
for academic perseverance in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve,
where she has lent a helping hand since 1999. A community worker with effective skills at guiding families with
psychosocial problems, the founder of a new high-school
educational support program, and a key figure in advancing the agency’s reputation and influence, she has also
instilled her staff with a greater sense of team spirit.
The next step? Ensure the sustainability of the agency’s
support services so they can ramp up efforts to help
even more kids stay in school—because for Marie-Lyne,
education is everything.
Centraide has been supporting Je Passe Partout since 1997.
05 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
THE DETERMINATION TO INVEST
STRATEGICALLY
19%
29%
Excluded or marginalized
people3
Living
conditions2
9%
360
Community
development4
agencies and
projects supported
500,000
$43.6 M
people helped
INVESTMENTS
in 2011-2012
6%
Volunteer
support
37%
Families and youth1
C
entraide’s investment in the community aims to
create support networks and safe harbour for vulnerable people and families in Greater Montreal so that
they can regain control of their lives and find refuge
from the difficult situations they face every day.
In 2011-2012, an overall amount of $43,624,000 was
­allocated, including $813,500 in the form of new year­over-year investments. With this increase, Centraide was
able to allocate funds to an additional five c
­ ommunity
agencies:
1 early childhood development, improvement of
parent-child relationships, support for immigrant
parents and families, academic perseverance,
social inclusion of young adults
2 food security, housing, income, consumer services,
support for women and seniors
3 handicapped people, refugees and immigrants,
street youth, people with mental health problems
4 community mobilization, development of agency
skills and leadership
•C
entre communautaire Bon Courage, which works
with youth, families and isolated seniors in Place
­Benoît in Ville Saint-Laurent.
•C
entre des femmes du Haut-Richelieu, for its collec­
tive kitchens.
• Complexe Le Partage de La Prairie, which helps
­families by targeting food security.
•C
omité logement de Montréal-Nord, which promotes
social housing.
• Macadam Sud (Greater Longueuil), which gives youth
aged 12 to 35 tools to improve their living conditions.
06 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
The Solidaires Empowerment
was awarded to 1, 2, 3, GO! Saint-Michel / Femmes-Relais
located in Saint-Michel. In the foreground, Kim Dupré,
EXECUTIVE director, is surrounded by a group of
“femmes-relais.”
This award attests to the work of an agency that has
implemented strategies and approaches to enhance
the potential of disadvantaged people and help them
break from their isolation and develop independence.
To watch the winner’s video, enter “Femmes-Relais” in the search
engine of www.centraide-mtl.org or scan the following code with
your smartphone (kindly note that this video is available in
I
mmigrants themselves, these “femmes-relais,” or community outreach workers, are guides for new immigrant
women and families in Saint-Michel. They offer a friendly
ear, give sound advice and help these families find their
bearings in Quebec society. For 10 months, an outreach
worker is paired with a new immigrant woman with whom
she shares a number of cultural traits. This unique relationship lets parents discover available resources, communicate with their children’s teachers and take French
courses, all of which help them break their isolation,
­develop a sense of belonging to their new community and
rediscover their independence.
French only):
Centraide has been supporting Femmes-Relais since 2010.
07 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
A CONSISTENT APPROACH
TO COLLECTIVE DECISIONS
1
2
3
Three of the many neighbourhoods
where Centraide gets involved.
1 Chomedey
(Laval)
POPULATION
Low-income individuals
Low-income single-parent
families
Children below the age of 6
from low-income families
Immigrants
2 Côte-des-Neiges 3 Longueuil, city of
(Island of Montreal)
(South Shore)
90,085
97,810
226,490
15,115
32,275
35,785
17% compared to 11%
in Laval
33% compared to 23%
on the Island of Montreal
16% compared to 10%
on the South Shore
986
1,642
2,971
24% compared to 17%
in Laval
34% compared to 28% ­­
on the Island of Montreal
24% compared to 17%
on the South Shore
1,149
2,708
2,660
22% compared to 13%
in Laval
37% compared to 30%
on the Island of Montreal
21% compared to 10%
on the South Shore
33%
53%
13%
+ 4% newcomers
+ 17% newcomers
+ 3% newcomers
MAJOR NEIGHBOURHOOD
CHALLENGEs
Source: Based on data from the 2006 Census, Statistics Canada
To fight poverty, Centraide cultivates close ties with
community agencies and the 31 local round tables in
its network. Interactions with key stakeholders in these
communities along with its territorial profiles give
­Centraide a clear understanding of the problems affec­
ting marginalized people and the best way to address
these issues.
Centraide’s social investments stem from an extremely
thorough evaluation process based on the expertise
of nearly 60 volunteers on its allocations committees. These committees spend more than 2,000 hours
analyzing funding requests and visiting agencies to
ensure that these funds meet neighbourhood needs to
the greatest extent possible. About 30 volunteers from
the Board of Directors make sure that donor funds are
managed effectively and in accordance with ­Centraide’s
strategy for fighting poverty.
08 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Unveiling of the
2011 CAMPAIGN RESULT
Redpath Hall, McGill University
– December 15, 2011
From left to right:
President and Executive Director of Centraide
Michèle Thibodeau-DeGuire
2011 Campaign Co-Chair
Heather Munroe-Blum,
Principal and Vice-Chancellor
McGill University
Chair of the Board of Directors of Centraide
Louis Roquet, Chief Executive Officer
Cevital Group
2011 Campaign Co-Chair
Pierre Beaudoin, President and Chief Executive Officer
Bombardier
09 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
THE STRENGTH TO DO MORE
57%
Donations from employee
workplace campaigns
160,000
donors
23,000
volunteers who
canvass for
donations
$58.7M
AMOUNT UNVEILED
IN DECEMBER 2011
2,000
participating
companies
and organizations
17%
T
he Centraide campaign had one of the largest
­increases in its history with a result that surpassed
last year’s total by $3 million.
This achievement came about through the unique
strengths of a vast support network, whose members
literally surpassed themselves. Donors, volunteers, execu­
tives, company and organizational representatives, union
delegates, agency spokespeople, Loaned Representatives—not to mention the members of the cam­paign
cabinet—all took ownership of this vast public campaign and c
­ ontributed however they could.
•D
onations from employee workplace campaigns:
3.1% growth
•D
onations from companies:
3% growth
•4
46 more Leader Donors (gifts of $1,000 and more)
•3
3 more Major Donors (gifts of $10,000 and more)
Donations from the
general public
26%
Donations from
companies and
organizations
10 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
The Solidaires Leadership
was awarded to Jacques Baillargeon, Executive
Director of Auberge du cœur l’Escalier, seen here
surrounded by part of his team.
This award is given to a leader or staff member of
a Centraide agency that sets itself apart through
its body of work or through a single remarkable
achievement at the agency or in the community.
To watch the winner’s video, enter “Jacques Baillargeon” in the
search engine of www.centraide-mtl.org or scan the following code
with your smartphone (kindly note that this video is available in
French only):
J
acques Baillargeon’s actions are motivated by a deepseated passion for helping the youth of his neighbourhood and by his drive for fairness and justice. In 1988,
this born leader founded Auberge du cœur l’Escalier in
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve based on the following vision:
equip youth in difficulty to help them regain control of
their lives by investing in their skills and their sense of
responsibility. His subsequent initiatives include Distributions l’Escalier in 1994 and, more recently, the Ferme aux
Champêtreries, both of which put business practices to
social use. Each year, Auberge du cœur l’Escalier and its
job integration companies provide training, employment
and personal skills development to about one hundred
young people, who come out of the experience in a better position to resume their place in society.
Centraide has been supporting Auberge du cœur l’Escalier
since 1989.
11 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
A PASSION
FOR SHARING
581
workplace
presentations
167
awareness
activities at
More than
30,000
people reached
67 agencies
•9
3 caring
activities
• 23 neighbourhood
tours
• 51 meetings
and visits
182
agency
spokespeople
199
companies invited agency
spokespeople to give
a talk
I
f awareness activities have been so successful with
donors, it is because these events shine a light on
the scope and relevance of agencies’ work in the community. True catalysts of generosity, agency spokespeople visit workplace donors in every corner of Greater
Montreal to share the major challenges facing isolated
or disadvantaged people and families as well as the
diverse and effective solutions that these agencies
provide.
Whether they focus on academic perseverance, food
security, housing assistance or help for new immigrants,
these awareness activities dispel people’s misconceptions and forge ties between businesses and the community. A great initiative—as it is up to all of us to help
fight against poverty!
12 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
The Solidaires Mobilization
was awarded to Volunteer Access for their “Human
Chain of Volunteers of all Origins,” which was
developed in collaboration with 12 community
agencies. Appearing in the photo are participants at
the event, which took place at Complexe Desjardins
on International Volunteer Day.
This award recognizes the work of a group of
agencies, or a LOCAL ROUND table, that has involved
a number of stakeholders in a project or collective
action to contribute to the community’s social
development.
To watch the winner’s video, enter “Human Chain” in the search
engine of www.centraide-mtl.org or scan the following code with
A
s the population ages, we need to get young people
interested in volunteer work and ensure that this
sector reflects Montreal’s cultural diversity. The “Human
­
Chain of Volunteers of all Origins” came about following a
strategic planning exercise started by Volunteer Access in
2009, with the support of Centraide, to keep pace with the
changing face of the sector. This rallying event, the first edition of which was held in Montreal on December 6, 2010,
sought to educate the public about the social benefits
of volunteer commitment within the community and to
­rekindle the flame of generosity. With more than 80 agencies and 500 volunteers and aspiring volunteers of all
ages and ethnic groups participating in the event, this is
surely a sign of great things to come!
your smartphone:
Centraide has been supporting Volunteer Access since 1972.
13 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
THE COURAGE TO BECOME
INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY
THE 2011 WINNERS OF THE SOLIDAIRES
TO COMMUNITY AGENCIES
From left to right:
Kim Dupré, Executive Director of 1, 2, 3, GO! Saint-Michel /
Femmes-Relais, Jacques Baillargeon, Executive
Director of Auberge du cœur l’Escalier, Françoise
Boucher, Executive Director of Volunteer Access
for the “Human Chain of Volunteers of all Origins”
Y
ou need a good dose of courage and generosity to
become involved with your fellow citizens. The people
who work at agencies carry out an incredible amount of
work every day to help people struggling with poverty and
social exclusion.
project, Marie-Lyne Brunet, Executive Director of
Je Passe Partout, and Rosario Demers, Chair of the
Table de concertation du Faubourg Saint-Laurent.
Approximately 50,000 men and women play a volunteer
role at one of the 360 community agencies and projects
supported by Centraide.
The awards bestowed to agencies have been completely revamped, and new categories have been created to
highlight best practices in this sector, which is known for
its motivation and creativity. The winners also receive a
bursary of $10,000, which is given to their agencies.
14 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
THE 2011 WINNERS OF SOLIDAIRES TO
COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Representing the companies and organizations that
won the nine Solidaires for Centraide’s 2011 campaign,
from left to right:
Jacques Archambault, Ville de Longueuil
Public sector campaign
Kinda Issa, Ultramar
Employee campaign | 250 to 999 employees
I
n addition to applying best practices in their workplace
campaigns, these winners focused on enhancing e
­ mployee
awareness of the issues facing the most disadvantaged
people in our community.
In 2011, companies and their employees surpassed them­
selves by demonstrating innovation, altruism and exceptional
generosity towards Centraide-supported agencies.
Jean-Denis Roy, Esterline CMC Electronics
Leadership Campaign | 999 employees or less
Colette Lajoie, AIMIA / Aeroplan Canada
First campaign
Robert Leclerc, CAE
Employee campaign | 1,000 plus employees
Jean Robillard, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Leadership Campaign | 1,000 plus employees
Yvon Paiement, I.A.M.A.W., Local 712, Bombardier
Aerospace
Trade Union Support
Emidia Forlini, Bombardier and the J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation
Overall Support
Absent from the photo:
Steve Tranquilli, CAW Québec, Local 62, Bombardier
Aerospace
Trade Union Support
Suzanne Dillon, Reader’s Digest
Employee campaign | 249 employees or less
15 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
THE 2011 WINNERS OF SOLIDAIRES TO
COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
OVERALL SUPPORT
PUBLIC SECTOR
Bombardier and J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation
Ville de Longueuil
1,000 plus employees
Coup de cœur:
Coup de cœur:
Esterline CMC Electronics
Rolls-Royce Canada
EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN
1,000 plus employees
LEADERSHIP
CAMPAIGN
Douglas Mental Health
University Institute Raymond Chabot
Grant Thornton
Finalists:
Commission scolaire
Marguerite-Bourgeoys
Polytechnique Montréal
Réseau de transport de
Longueuil
Finalists:
FIRST CAMPAIGN
Bombardier
Desjardins Group
Hewitt Equipment Limited
Pharmascience
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Rolls-Royce Canada
Ville de Longueuil
AIMIA / Aeroplan Canada
999 employees or less
CAE
Esterline CMC Electronics
Finalists:
BMO Financial Group
Bombardier
Dessau
National Bank
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Rolls-Royce Canada
Samson Bélair/Deloitte &
Touche
TRADE UNION
SUPPORT
Coup de cœur:
Local 712, I.A.M.A.W., and
Local 62, CAW Québec –
Bombardier Aerospace
Ultramar
250 to 999 employees
Ultramar
Finalists:
Esterline CMC Electronics
Medavie Blue Cross
Xerox Canada
249 employees or less
Reader’s Digest
Finalists:
Procter & Gamble Canada
RGA Life Reinsurance
Company of Canada
Finalist:
Local 522, Communications,
Energy & Paperworkers Union
of Canada (C.E.P.) – CAE
Xerox Canada
Finalist:
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Louis L. Roquet*, Chief Executive Officer, Cevital
Group 1
President and Executive Director: Michèle ThibodeauDeGuire1, Centraide of Greater Montreal 2
Vice-Chair and Treasurer: James C. Cherry*, President and
Chief Executive Officer, Aéroports de Montréal
Secretary: Alice Herscovitch*, Executive Director,
The Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre 3
Chair:
Alan Allnutt*, Publisher and Editor in Chief,
The Gazette
David Birnbaum, Executive Director, Quebec English
School Boards Association
Serge Brasset, Director General, Collège ÉdouardMontpetit
Tim Brodhead, Senior Advisor ­– Social Innovation
Generation, The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation 4
Monique Côté, President, Syndicat des fonctionnaires
municipaux de Montréal (SCFP-FTQ)
Bergman Fleury, Education and Intercultural Relations
Adviser
Marie Gagnon, Executive Director, Fondation René Malo
Russell Goodman, Corporate Director 5
Danielle Laberge*, Professor, Department of
Management and Technology, Université du Québec
à Montréal 6
Marie-Madeleine Lafrenière, Strategic Affairs
Adviser, Service de police de la Ville de Montréal
Richard Lessard*, retired from Agence de la santé et
des services sociaux de Montréal
Benoît Lévesque*, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, Université du Québec à Montréal and École
nationale d’administration publique 7
Karen Macdonald, Station Manager, Global Montreal
François Marcoux, retired from Industry Canada 8
Yvon Monette*, retired from Santé et Services sociaux 9
Jacques Nantel, Secretary General and Professor,
HEC Montréal
Irene Nattel, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets
Marc Parent, Director, Service de police de la Ville de
Montréal 10
Chantal Provost, General Director, Chambre de
Commerce et d’Industrie de Laval 11
Jane Rabinowicz, Executive Director, Silver Dollar
Foundation
Céline Saint-Pierre, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, Université du Québec à Montréal 12
Gaétan Sauriol, Vice-President, Corporate
Development, METRO 13
Claude Séguin, Senior Vice-President, Corporate
Development and Strategic Investments, CGI Group
Kenny Tang, Director, Compliance, Intact Insurance 14
Robert Tessier*, Chairman of the Board, Caisse de
dépôt et placement du Québec
Andrew Woodall, Dean of Students, Concordia
University 15
* Member of the Executive Committee
Member ex officio of all committees
1
17 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Senior Management of Centraide
of Greater Montreal
President and Executive Director:
Michèle Thibodeau-DeGuire
Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer:
Jean Camerlain
Centraide’s
volunteers
2011/2012
Vice-President — Innovation and Development:
Odette Viens
Volunteers of the committees
of the Board of Directors
AUDIT COMMITTEE
Chair: James
C. Cherry, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Aéroports de Montréal
Pierre Giard, retired from Société de transport de Laval
Claude Séguin, Senior Vice-President, Corporate
Development and Strategic Investments, CGI Group
COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS
André Bérard, Corporate Director, National Bank
Guy Bisaillon, retired from Scotiabank
André Bisson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, CIRANO
Nicole Boily, Consultant on Social Development
Jacques Bougie, Corporate Director
Sophie Brochu, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Gaz Métro
Robert E. Brown, Corporate Director
L. David Caplan, retired from Pratt & Whitney Canada
Gretta Chambers, Chancellor Emerita, McGill University
John E. Cleghorn, Chairman of the Board, Canadian Pacific
Railway
Ronald L. Corey
Purdy Crawford, Counsel, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
Alban D’Amours, retired from Desjardins Group
Jean-François de Grandpré, Judge, Superior Court of
Québec
Lili de Grandpré, President, CenCEO Consulting
Jean-Guy Desjardins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
DJM Capital
Paul Desmarais, Jr., Chairman and Co-Chief Executive
Officer, Power Corporation of Canada
Robert Doré, Professor, retired from Université du Québec
à Montréal
Richard Drouin, Lawyer, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
R. Lamar Durrett
W. Brian Edwards, Corporate Director
Richard B. Evans, Chairman of the Board, AbitibiBowater
Bergman Fleury, Education and Intercultural Relations
Adviser
Pierre Gauthier, Psychotherapist, Université de Montréal
Jean-Paul Gourdeau
John M. Hallward
Norman Hébert Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer,
Groupe Park Avenue
Catherine Hooper, C.M.
Yvon Jean
David L. Johnston, President and Vice-Chancellor, University
of Waterloo
Jacques Lamarre, Strategic Advisor, Heenan Blaikie
Roger D. Landry, C.C.
Lucien Lavallière
Ronald E. Lawless, retired from CNR – Via Rail
Jean-Claude Leclerc, Journalist
Claude Léger, Vice-President, Project Development, Macogep
Brian M. Levitt, Co-Chair, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
John Lynch-Staunton, Senator
Rémi Marcoux, Founder and Board Member,
TC Transcontinental
Richard J. McConomy, Mediator, Conflicts Resolution Center
L. Jacques Ménard, O.C., O.Q., Chairman, BMO Nesbitt Burns,
and President, BMO Financial Group –­ Quebec
Pierre Michaud, Chairman of the Board, Capital GVR
Jean C. Monty, Corporate Director
David Morton, retired from Rio Tinto Alcan
Brian M. Mulroney, Senior Partner, Norton Rose Canada LLP
Irene Nattel, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets
Paul Noiseux
R. Jeffrey Orr, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Power Financial Corporation
Gilles P. Ouimet, retired from Pratt & Whitney Canada
Jocelyn Proteau
Réal Raymond, Corporate Director
Jacques Régis, Immediate Past President, International
Electrotechnical Commission
Richard J. Renaud, Chairman and Managing Partner,
Wynnchurch Capital
Claire Richer Leduc, Lawyer
Lucien G. Rolland, Chairman, Tarascon
Henri-Paul Rousseau, Vice-Chairman, Power Corporation
of Canada
Michael J. Sabia, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
Guy Saint-Pierre
Yves Sanssouci, Consultant, Yves Sanssouci Counselling
Charles Sirois, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Telesystem
18 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Larry W. Smith, Senator
Norman M. Steinberg, Chairman, Norton Rose Canada LLP
Claude I. Taylor, Chairman Emeritus, Air Canada
Paul M. Tellier, Corporate Director
Thierry Vandal, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Hydro-Québec
Lynton R. Wilson, Chairman, CAE
JURY FOR THE SOLIDAIRES TO COMMUNITY AGENCIES
Chair: Alice
Herscovitch, Executive Director, The Montreal
Holocaust Memorial Centre
Bernard Descôteaux, Publisher, Le Devoir
Danielle Laberge, Professor, Department of Management
and Technology, Université du Québec à Montréal
André Pratte, Chief Editorialist, La Presse
Katherine Sedgwick, Assistant Managing Editor,
The Gazette
JURY FOR THE SOLIDAIRES TO COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Chair: Kim
Thomassin, Managing Partner, Québec Region,
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Johanne Bélisle, Executive Director, Women’s Centre
of Montréal
Chantal Leroux, Director Consumer Relations, Fido
Sylvie Makhzoum, Vice President, General Insurance
Products, TD Insurance
Hélène Silicani, Financial Services Director, METRO
René Vézina, Columnist and Blogger, Les Affaires, TC Media
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Yves Sanssouci, Consultant, Yves Sanssouci
Counselling
Chair:
Tim Brodhead, Senior Advisor – Social Innovation Generation,
The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation
Louis L. Roquet, Chief Executive Officer, Cevital Group
Robert Tessier, Chairman of the Board, Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec
Michèle Thibodeau-DeGuire, President and Executive
Director, Centraide of Greater Montreal
Volunteers of the campaign
CAMPAIGN CABINET
Beaudoin, President and Chief Executive
Officer, Bombardier
Sophie Brochu, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Gaz Métro
Claudette Carbonneau, Former President, Confédération
des syndicats nationaux (CSN)
Paul Desmarais, Jr., Chairman and Co-Chief Executive
Officer, Power Corporation of Canada
Pierre Duhaime
The Honourable Michael M. Fortier, PC, Vice Chairman,
Corporate Finance, RBC Capital Markets
Denis Garneau, Senior Vice-President, Quebec,
Intact Insurance
Yves Gougoux, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Publicis Canada
Guy C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer,
Bombardier Aerospace
François Hudon, Senior Vice-President, Quebec Head
Quarter, BMO Financial Group
John-Michel T. Huss, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Theratechnologies
Eric R. La Flèche, President and Chief Executive Officer,
METRO
André Lapointe, Regional Director General, Transport
Canada
Josée Livernoche, Executive Director, Programme d’aide aux
jeunes mères : L’Envol
François Marcoux, retired from Industry Canada
André A. Morin, Ad. E., Acting Deputy Director,
Public Prosecution Service of Canada
Richard Nadeau, Vice-Chairman of the Board and Managing
Director, Capital Markets, Desjardins Securities
Jacques Parent, Senior Vice President, Group Insurance,
Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services
Jacques Parisien, Executive Vice President and Chief
Operating Officer, Astral Media, and President, Astral Radio
Michel Patry, Director, HEC Montréal
Luc Quenneville, President, Les Entreprises QMD
Alexandre Ramacieri, Director, Corporate Affairs and
Community Relations, Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal
Sylvain Roy, President, Québec, Rogers Communications
Claude Séguin, Senior Vice-President, Corporate
Development and Strategic Investments, CGI Group
Christian Trudeau
Jérôme Turcq, Regional Executive Vice President Quebec,
Public Service Alliance of Canada
Louis Vachon, President and Chief Executive Officer,
National Bank
Co-Chair: Pierre
Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and
Vice-Chancellor, McGill University
Co-Chair:
Michel Arsenault, President, Québec Federation of Labour
(QFL)
Fundraising committees by field of activity
ADVERTISING
Chair: Yves
Gougoux, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Publicis Canada
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BANKS
Louis Vachon, President and Chief Executive Officer,
National Bank
Chair:
Luc Bernard, Executive Vice President, Retail Financial
Services & SME, Laurentian Bank of Canada
BROKERS AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
Richard Nadeau, Vice-Chairman of the Board and
Managing Director, Capital Markets, Desjardins Securities
Chair:
Paul Balthazard, Vice-President and Administrator,
Regional Director, RBC Dominion Securities
Sylvain Brosseau, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Fiera Sceptre
Alain Miquelon, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Montréal Exchange
Richard Neault, Vice President of Pension Fund
Management, Bombardier
Luc Paiement, Executive Vice-President, Wealth Management,
and Co-President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, National
Bank Financial
Marcel St-Amour, Director, Investment Industry Association
of Canada
GENERAL INSURANCE
Denis Garneau, Senior Vice-President, Quebec, Intact
Insurance
Jacques Bigaouette, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Dale Parizeau Morris Mackenzie
Bernard Deschamps
S. Eugène Hasbani, Director, Fire Underwriter Survey and
Municipal Consulting Services, Risk Management Services Inc.,
an SCM Company
Christian Jobidon, Vice President and Chief Underwriter,
TD Insurance
Ginette Paquin
Daniel Rondeau, Senior Vice President, Aon Reed Stenhouse/
Aon Parizeau
Chair:
GENERAL PUBLIC
Chair:
Christian Trudeau
Christine Croft, Senior Advisor, Direct Marketing Strategy,
Canada Post
Patrick Élie, Media Manager, Strategist, TC Media
Aziz Fikri
Patrick Gagné
GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS
Parisien, Executive Vice President and Chief
Operating Officer, Astral Media, and President, Astral Radio
Chair: Michel
Patry, Director, HEC Montréal
Chair: Jacques
Alain Bergeron, President, Publicis Canada
Eric Boyko, President, Stingray Digital
Antonio Cioffi
Natalie Larivière, President, TC Media
Michel Ostiguy, President, BOS
Yves Beauchamp, Chief Executive Officer, École de
technologie supérieure
Robert Busilacchi, Outgoing Director General of the
Montreal Heart Institute
Claude Corbo, Rector, Université du Québec à Montréal
Yves Devin, Director General, Société de transport de Montréal
Yves Sylvain, Director General, Commission scolaire
Marguerite-Bourgeoys
FOOD AND PACKAGED GOODS
Eric R. La Flèche, President and Chief Executive Officer,
METRO
Chair:
Jean-Luc Breton, Vice-President and General Manager,
Multi-Marques
Sylvain Charbonneau, Vice-President and General Manager,
PepsiCo Beverages Canada
Pierre Charron, Vice-President, National Procurement,
Grocery, METRO
Martin Guèvremont, Team Lead, Procter & Gamble Canada
Claude Lafleur, Chief Executive Officer, La Coop fédérée
Marc Poulin, President, Sobeys Quebec
Lino A. Saputo, Jr., Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman
of the Board, Saputo
Sylvain Toutant, President, Retail, Van Houtte
Steeve Veilleux, General Manager, Cargill
INDUSTRY
Chair:
Pierre Duhaime
Daniel Assandri, Country Manager, ABB
André Boulanger, President, Hydro-Québec TransÉnergie
Denis Harvie, President and Chief Executive Officer, Tetra
Tech Industries
Daniel Robert, Vice-President, Human Resources and Legal
Affairs, ArcelorMittal
Erik J. Ryan, Senior Vice-President Communications and
External Relations, Rio Tinto Alcan
John D. Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Domtar Corporation
LABOUR
Co-Chair: Michel
Labour (QFL)
Arsenault, President, Québec Federation of
20 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Co-Chair: Claudette
Carbonneau, Former President,
Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN)
Co-Chair: Louis
Roy, President, Confédération des syndicats
nationaux (CSN)
LIFE INSURANCE
Jacques Parent, Senior Vice President, Group
Insurance, Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services
Chair:
Denis Archambault, Worldwide Partner, Mercer
Pierre Chamberland, Executive Vice President and Chief
Operating Officer, Morneau Shepell
David O’Connor, Vice President, Quebec Operations / Group
Benefits, Manulife Financial
LOANED REPRESENTATIVES
François Hudon, Senior Vice-President, Quebec
Head Quarter, BMO Financial Group
Co-Chair:
Co-Chair: François
Marcoux, retired from Industry Canada
Alan H. Desnoyers, Vice-President, Montreal Region,
Personal Banking, BMO Financial Group
MAJOR DONORS
Paul Desmarais, Jr., Chairman and
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada
Chair: Claude Séguin, Senior Vice-President, Corporate
Development and Strategic Investments, CGI Group
Honorary Chairman:
Kathy R. Assayag, President, S+A Development Solutions
Alain B. Auclair, Managing Director, Head of Investment
Banking, UBS Securities Canada
Luc Bachand, Vice-Chairman and Head, BMO Capital
Markets, Quebec
Pierre Beaudoin, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Bombardier
Jean Bélanger
André Bisson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, CIRANO
Pierre Boivin, President and Chief Executive Officer, Claridge
Eric Boyko, President, Stingray Digital
Sophie Brochu, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Gaz Métro
Sylvain Brosseau, President and Chief Operating Officer,
Fiera Sceptre
Alain Côté, Managing Partner, Montreal Office, Samson Bélair/
Deloitte & Touche
Daniel Cyr, Chief Financial Officer, Telesystem
Jean-Guy Desjardins, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
DJM Capital
Pierre Ducros, President, P. Ducros & Associés
Pierre Duhaime
Marcel Dutil, Chairman of the Board, Canam Group
David J. Forest, Financial Security Advisor, David Forest
Financial Services
The Honourable Michael M. Fortier, PC, Vice Chairman,
Corporate Finance, RBC Capital Markets
Jean-Yves Fortin, Partner, Davis LLP
Christiane Germain, Co-President, Germain Group
Norman Hébert Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer,
Groupe Park Avenue
Anne-Marie Hubert, Managing Partner, Advisory Services,
Ernst & Young (Canada)
Laurent M. Joly, Chief Operating Officer, Samson Bélair/
Deloitte & Touche
Eric J. Klinkhoff, Director, Walter Klinkhoff Gallery
Daniel Labrecque, President and Chief Executive Officer,
DNA Capital
David H. Laidley, Chairman Emeritus, Samson Bélair/Deloitte
& Touche
Daniel Lamarre, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Cirque du Soleil
Allan Lanthier, retired Senior Partner from Ernst & Young
(Canada)
Gilles Laramée, Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial
Officer, SNC-Lavalin Group
Eddie Leschiutta, Partner, Enterprise Risk, Samson Bélair/
Deloitte & Touche
Pierre H. Lessard, Executive Chairman of the Board of
Directors, METRO
Rémi Marcoux, Founder and Board Member,
TC Transcontinental
Jacques Maurice, Director, Wealth Management and Senior
Wealth Advisor, Scotia McLeod
David L. McAusland, Senior Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Heather Munroe-Blum, Principal and Vice-Chancellor,
McGill University
Marie-José Nadeau, Executive Vice-President, Corporate
Affairs, and Secretary General, Hydro-Québec
Irene Nattel, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets
R. Jeffrey Orr, President and Chief Executive Officer, Power
Financial Corporation
Pierre A. Raymond, Chairman of the Board, Stikeman
Elliott LLP
Réal Raymond, Corporate Director
Richard J. Renaud, Chairman and Managing Partner,
Wynnchurch Capital
Guy Savard, Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the
Board Operation, Merrill Lynch Canada
François-X. Seigneur, President, Services de Promotion et
de Publicité Effix
François-Charles Sirois, President, Telesystem
Norman M. Steinberg, Chairman, Norton Rose Canada LLP
Guthrie J. Stewart
Kim Thomassin, Managing Partner, Quebec Region, McCarthy
Tétrault LLP
Sylvain Vincent, Managing Partner, Eastern Canada, Ernst &
Young (Canada)
Jonathan I. Wener, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Canderel Management
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NEXTGEN
REAL ESTATE AND CONTRUCTION
Alexandre Ramacieri, Director, Corporate Affairs and
Community Relations, Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal
Chair:
Simon Castonguay, Manager Risk Performance Technology
and Compliance, KPMG
Alexandre Doire, Associate, Korn Ferry International
David J. Dropsy, Lawyer, Colby, Monet, Demers, Delage &
Crevier L.L.P.
Jean-Benoît Grégoire Rousseau, Consultant, McKinsey &
Company
Éric Lamoureux, Managing Director and Partner – Public
Affairs Advisors
Marc-André Nantais, Associate, Equity Sales – Bank of
America – Merrill Lynch Canada
Nicolas Poirier-Quesnel, Senior Advisor, Public Affairs and
Communications, Bombardier Aerospace
Andrée-Anne Potvin, Notary
NON-PROFIT AGENCIES
Chair: Josée
Livernoche, Executive Director, Programme
d’aide aux jeunes mères : L’Envol
Chair:
Luc Quenneville, President, Les Entreprises QMD
Perry Britton, President, Britton Electric
Joseph Broccolini, Vice-President, Broccolini
Construction
Jean Charbonneau, President, Plomberie Charbonneau
Pierre Pomerleau, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Pomerleau
Yves Rousseau, President, Ventilex
TECHNOLOGIES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Sylvain Roy, President, Québec, Rogers
Communications
Chair:
Martin Bachant, Vice President and General Manager,
Quebec Region, Xerox Canada
Jean-Pierre Bourbonnais, Vice President and Chief
Information Officer, Bombardier Aerospace
Denis Desbiens, Vice President, Quebec, IBM Canada
Employee Charitable Fund
Christian Primeau, Vice President, Quebec Sales,
Bell Canada
PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Chair: John-Michel
T. Huss, President and Chief Executive
Officer, Theratechnologies
Mark Beaudet, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer,
Paladin Labs
Loretta Del Bosco, Director, Regulatory Affairs, Quality
Insurance and Operations, Abbott Laboratories
Julie Mac Allister, Vice President, Human Resources,
Theratechnologies
Patricia Massetti, Vice President, Public Affairs and Patient
Access, Merck Frosst Canada
Claude Perron, Vice-President and General Manager, Shire
Canada
Christian Roy, Vice-President, Marketing, Pfizer Canada
PROFESSIONAL FIRMS
Chair: Sophie
Brochu, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Gaz Métro
Christiane Jodoin, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
Guy LeBlanc, Managing Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Kim Thomassin, Managing Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Sylvain Vincent, Managing Partner, Eastern Canada, Ernst &
Young (Canada)
TRANSPORTATION AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
Chair: Guy
C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer,
Bombardier Aerospace
Benoît C. Brossoit, Vice-President, Operations, United
Technologies
James C. Cherry, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Aéroports de Montréal
Jean Drolet, Vice-President Retail Sales Development and
Distribution, Ultramar
Gilles Labbé, President and Chief Executive Officer,
Héroux-Devtek
Éric A. Martel, President, Customer Services and Specialized
and Amphibious Aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace
Marc R. Parent, President and Chief Executive Officer, CAE
Denis F. Parisien, Vice-President, Next Generation General
Aviation Products, Pratt & Whitney Canada
Jean-Denis Roy, Vice-President, Human Resources and
General Counsel, Esterline CMC Electronics
John Saabas, President, Pratt & Whitney Canada
22 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Allocations volunteers
6
5
10
7
9
4
1
8
3
2
ALLOCATIONS AND AGENCY RELATIONS COMMITTEE
(AARC)
Chair: Yvon Monette, retired from Santé et Services
sociaux 1
Céline Saint-Pierre, Professor Emeritus,
Department of Sociology, Université du Québec à
Montréal 2
Vice-Chair:
Lyne Burelle, Corporate Secretary, Gaz Métro 3
Céline Coulombe, Human Relations Officer, Jeunes en
difficulté – SIPPE, CSSS Ahuntsic et Montréal-Nord 4
Kathy Fazel, Investment Counsellor and Vice-President,
RBC Global Asset Management 5
Mireille Landry, Programs Coordinator, Institute for
Community Development, School of Extended Learning,
Concordia University 6
Louise-Hélène Lefebvre, Director of Culture, Sports,
Recreation, Parks and Social Development, Borough of
the Plateau Mont-Royal, Ville de Montréal
Karim Salabi, Vice-President, Marketing – Image and
Sponsorships, RONA 7
Marjorie Théodore, Executive Director, Vues et Voix 8
Marylin Thomas, Director of Contracts,
ACASS Canada 9
Raymond Vlès, Business Process Analyst, Department of
Information Systems, Ville de Montréal 10
23 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Volunteers of the Committees of the Allocations
and Agency Relations Committee (AARC)
TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE (CENTRE-EAST OF MONTREAL, LAVAL AND
EAST-END OF MONTREAL)
Karim Salabi, Vice-President, Marketing – Image and
Sponsorships, RONA
Chair:
RECRUITING COMMITTEE
Céline Saint-Pierre, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, Université du Québec à Montréal
Allocations Committees by Activity Sector
CAPACITY AND LEADERSHIP BUILDING
Mireille Landry, Programs Coordinator Institute for
Community Development, School of Extended Learning,
Concordia University
Denis Nantel, Community Development Officer, Présâges
REGIONAL TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE
Chair:
Marjorie Théodore, Executive Director, Vues et Voix
André Brassard, Professor, retired from Université de
Montréal
Zeina Chamli, Project Manager, Plan B Digital
Danielle Desloges M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon
Carole Doré, Consultant in adult Learning, adult training
Zayneb El-Mardi, Social Worker, Centre de santé et de
services sociaux de Bordeaux-Cartierville Saint-Laurent
Pierre A. Falardeau, retired from Hydro-Québec
Mélanie Jolin, Communications consultant, Centre de
réadaptation en dépendance Le Virage
René Lacombe, Director IS audit, Laurentian Bank of Canada
Berthier Landry, Directeur de projet, Chargé de dossier,
Municipalité amie des aînés (MADA), Ville de Montréal
Louise Marchand, Retired
Louise Rochette, Family and Couple Therapist
Julie Todd, Planning, Programming and Research Officer,
Direction des affaires cliniques, médicales et universitaires,
Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal
SUPPORT COMMITTEE FOR MONITORED AGENCIES
Chair: Raymond
Vlès, Business Process Analyst, Department
of Information Systems, Ville de Montréal
Denis Binette, retired from Hydro-Québec
Guillaume Desnoyers, Partner and Principal Advisor,
Desnoyers Ressources et conseils
Guibert Fortin, Deputy Associate Executive Director, Ville de
Montréal
Jean Lepage, Assistant General Manager, Communication,
Louis-H. Lafontaine Hospital
Valérie Viau, Manager Reimbursement and Health Policy,
Shire Canada
Louise Barbeau, Portfolio Coordinator, Agence
métropolitaine de transport
Claude Delâge, Senior Manager, Major investments and
company buyout, Desjardins Venture Capital
Moïse Falcao, Vice-President, Canadian Equities, Optimum
Asset Management
Pierre Francoeur, Manager, Office Services and Accounts
Receivable Belairdirect, Intact Insurance
Marie Gagnon, Executive Director, Fondation René Malo
Yvan Guay, Management Consultant, Dolmen Conseils
Michel Lapointe, Retired
Guy Lemire, Assistant Vice-President, Laurentian Bank of
Canada
Ninette Piou, Director, Centre N A Rive de Montréal
E. Sandra Simpson, CEO, Logical Process
Hélène P. Tremblay, Retired
TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE (NORTH-END OF MONTREAL, SOUTH-WEST
OF MONTREAL AND WEST ISLAND)
Chair:
Marylin Thomas, Director of Contracts, ACASS Canada
Pierre Blusanovics, Physician, Lachine Hospital Centre
Marie-Josée Bonin, Project Executive, Ville de Montréal
Suzanne Danino, Consultant in Research and
Communications
Michel Doray, Directeur du développement, Parkinson
Society Quebec
Serge Dupont, Director, Société de transport de Montréal
Alicia Kyte, Social Worker, Centre de santé et de services
sociaux de la Montagne
Robert Leblanc, Principal Consultant, Mercer
Amélie Martel, Business Development Manager,
TD Waterhouse Discount Brokerage
Magali Querini-Dadoun, Manager
Louise Sutton, Knowledge Transfer Advisor, Institut de
recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail
Denis Tremblay, Assistant General Auditor, Ville de Montréal
TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE (SOUTH SHORE, CENTRE-WEST OF
MONTREAL AND CENTRE-NORTH OF MONTREAL)
Chair:
Lyne Burelle, Corporate Secretary, Gaz Métro
Maude Boisvert Frigon, Social Worker, Centre de santé et
de services sociaux de Bordeaux-Cartierville Saint-Laurent
Gilles Brodeur, Retired
Suzanne Messier, Self-Employed, EURÊKA, perles et
minéraux
Francine Ouellet, retired from the Public Health
Department of Montreal
Christiane Sauriol, Retired
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Sylvie Sauriol, Retired
Jean-Paul Schaack, retired from ArcelorMittal
Natasha Smolens, Social Worker, Centre de santé et de
services sociaux Jeanne-Mance
Martine Valcin, Director, Listed Issuer Services, TMX Group
Tassadit Zerdani, Researcher, Chaire de recherche du
Canada en économie sociale de l’Université du Québec à
Montréal
Edouard Côté, Social Delegate, Usine 5, TCA-Québec,
section locale 510, Pratt & Whitney Canada
Louise Grenier, Coordinator, Conseil régional FTQ – Montréal
métropolitain
Patrick Rondeau, Coordinator, Conseil régional FTQ –
Montréal métropolitain
Jean Sylvestre, Director, Fondation de la formation
économique, Fonds de Solidarité FTQ
From Centraide of Greater Montreal:
Support for the Workplace Mutual Aid Network
LE CONSEIL CENTRAL DU MONTRÉAL MÉTROPOLITAIN DE LA CSN /
CENTRE SAINT-PIERRE / CENTRAIDE
Gilles Bélanger, Regional Coordinator for the development
of the peer support networks, Conseil central du Montréal
métropolitain – CSN
Mireille Bénard, Union Adviser, Conseil central du Montréal
métropolitain – CSN
Réjean Boiteau, Union Adviser, Confédération des syndicats
nationaux – CSN
Yves Larrivée, Union Adviser, Conseil central de la
Montérégie – CSN
Raymond Levac, Executive Director, Centre St-Pierre
Robert Morand, Vice-President, Conseil central de la
Montérégie – CSN
Lise Noël, Animator and Trainer, Centre St-Pierre
Manon Perron, Treasurer, Conseil central du Montréal
métropolitain – CSN
Josée Roy, Assistant to the Executive Committee,
Confédération des syndicats nationaux – CSN
Nicky St-Roch, Regional Coordinator for the development of
the peer support networks, Conseil central de la Montérégie –
CSN
From Centraide of Greater Montreal:
Benoît Lévesque, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, UQAM and ÉNAP
Claude Masse, Director, Allocation and Social Analysis
Department, Centraide of Greater Montreal
Céline Saint-Pierre, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, UQAM
Gaétan Sauriol, Vice-President, Corporate Development,
METRO
CONSEIL RÉGIONAL FTQ – MONTRÉAL MÉTROPOLITAIN / CENTRAIDE
Camée Aubut, Coordinator, Employee Assistant Program,
Syndicat des fonctionnaires municipaux de Montréal
Danielle Casara, Secretary General, Conseil régional FTQ –
Montréal métropolitain
Daniel Champagne, Training Adviser, Fonds de solidarité FTQ
Benoît Lévesque, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, UQAM and ÉNAP
Claude Masse, Director, Allocation and Social Analysis
Department, Centraide of Greater Montreal
Céline Saint-Pierre, Professor Emeritus, Department of
Sociology, UQAM
Gaétan Sauriol, Vice-President, Corporate Development,
METRO
Centraide of Greater Montreal Foundation
Chair: Pierre Monahan, Corporate Director, GMP
Vice-Chair: Claire
Richer Leduc, Lawyer
Secretary: Pierre
Charbonneau, Advisory Partner, Raymond
Chabot Grant Thornton LLP
Treasurer: Gilles
Émond, CA, CMA, retired from Samson
Bélair/Deloitte & Touche
Tim Brodhead, Senior Advisor – Social Innovation Generation
(SiG), The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation
Jean Camerlain, Executive Vice-President and Chief
Operating Officer, Centraide of Greater Montreal
Jean-Claude Leclerc, Journalist
Richard J. McConomy, Mediator, Conflicts Resolution Center
Gabriel Nobert, retired from Fédération des caisses
populaires Desjardins de Montréal et de l’Ouest-du-Québec
Yves Sanssouci, Consultant, Yves Sanssouci Counselling
Jacques Spencer, Chairman of the Board, Développement
économique Longueuil (DEL)
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The partners in
Centraide Campaign
2011
The Top 100 Campaigns
Together, the “Top 100” Campaigns were responsible for 65.6% of the result of Campaign 2011. Their generous support took several
forms: by making a corporate donation, conducting an employee campaign, conducting a leadership campaign, participating in the
Loaned Representative Program.
Listed according to size of donation, beginning with the biggest contribution.
$2,500,000 and more
Bombardier and J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation
$2,000,000 and more
Hydro-Québec
$1,500,000 and more
National Bank
Power Corporation of
Canada
Pratt & Whitney Canada
$1,000,000 and more
Gouvernement du Québec
RBC Financial Group
Desjardins Group
Government of Canada
Rio Tinto Alcan
BMO Financial Group
$500,000 and more
CAE
Scotiabank Financial Group
Bell Canada
SNC-Lavalin Group
TD Bank Group
CGI Group
Ville de Montréal
METRO
Marcelle et Jean Coutu
Foundation
$250,000 and more
Samson Bélair/Deloitte &
Touche
McGill University
CN
Ernst & Young (Canada)
CIBC
Université de Montréal
Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec
Suncor Energy
Costco Wholesale Canada
TC Transcontinental
Esterline CMC Electronics
Gaz Métro
Hewitt Equipment Limited
Ultramar
Great-West/London Life/
Canada-Life
Intact Insurance
Dessau
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Kraft Canada
$200,000 and more
Rolls-Royce Canada
Procter & Gamble Canada
The Jean Coutu Group (PJC)
ABB
Ivanhoé Cambridge
KPMG
IBM Canada
Norton Rose Canada LLP
$175,000 and more
Rogers Communications
Université du Québec à
Montréal
Domtar Corporation
Canada Post
Laurentian Bank of Canada
Concordia University
Fonds de solidarité FTQ
Société de transport de
Montréal
Telesystem
COGECO
$150,000 and more
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Saputo
Pharmascience
Sun Life Financial
Sobeys Quebec
Stikeman Elliott LLP
$125,000 and more
Le Canadien de Montréal
Pfizer Canada
Hatch
McKesson Canada
ArcelorMittal
Aéroports de Montréal
Imperial Tobacco Canada
Ville de Laval
Claridge
La Coop fédérée
Groupe Dynamite
Velan
Polytechnique Montréal
Air Liquide Canada
Mercer
Xerox Canada
Abbott Laboratories
Raymond Chabot Grant
Thornton LLP
CIMA +
$100,000 and more
RSM Richter Chamberland
LLP
Lavery, de Billy LLP
Best Buy/Future Shop
Standard Life Insurance
Company
Héroux-Devtek
HEC Montréal
Tetra Tech Industries
Groupe Park Avenue
RGA Life Reinsurance
Company of Canada
Manulife Financial
Ville de Longueuil
Industrial Alliance Insurance
and Financial Services
PepsiCo Beverages Canada
Astral Media
Alcoa
Shire Canada
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
Commission scolaire de
Montréal
La Presse
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The Biggest Corporate Donors
These organizations made a corporate donation of $50,000 or more to Centraide Campaign 2011.
Listed according to size of donation, beginning with the biggest contribution.
$1,000,000 and more
Hydro-Québec
CN
Desjardins Group
$750,000 and more
Rio Tinto Alcan
$200,000 and more
Great-West/London Life/
Canada-Life
CIBC
CGI Group
$500,000 and more
RBC Financial Group
National Bank
BMO Financial Group
Bombardier and J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation
Marcelle et Jean Coutu
Foundation
$250,000 and more
Power Corporation of
Canada
Bell Canada
TD Bank Group
Scotiabank Financial Group
Pratt & Whitney Canada
$150,000 and more
Esterline CMC Electronics
SNC-Lavalin Group
Suncor Energy
Gaz Métro
Hewitt Equipment Limited
$100,000 and more
Intact Insurance
Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec
CAE
Imperial Tobacco Canada
Ivanhoé Cambridge
ABB
Costco Wholesale Canada
Rolls-Royce Canada
Gouvernement du Québec
Kraft Canada
Laurentian Bank of Canada
METRO
$50,000 and more
Domtar Corporation
Ultramar
Reitmans (Canada)
TC Transcontinental
Shire Canada
Aéroports de Montréal
Abbott Laboratories
Sun Life Financial
La Coop fédérée
Astral Media
RSM Richter Chamberland
LLP
Pfizer Canada
Molson Coors Canada
La Presse
Air Liquide Canada
ArcelorMittal
Manulife Financial
sanofi-aventis Canada
The Gazette
Velan Foundation
RGA Life Reinsurance
Company of Canada
Aimia
Saputo
Sobeys Quebec
COGECO
Groupe Dynamite
TMX Group
Pharmascience
Rogers Communications
Standard Life Insurance
Company
The Biggest Workplace Campaigns
The teams of employees at these organizations raised $50,000 or more during their 2011 Centraide workplace campaign.
Listed according to size of donation, beginning with the biggest contribution.
$2,000,000 and more
Bombardier and J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation
$1,200,000 and more
Gouvernement du Québec
Pratt & Whitney Canada
$1,000,000 and more
Government of Canada
Power Corporation of Canada
National Bank
$750,000 and more
Hydro-Québec
Desjardins Group
$500,000 and more
CAE
Ville de Montréal
SNC-Lavalin Group
RBC Financial Group
BMO Financial Group
$250,000 and more
CGI Group
Samson Bélair/Deloitte &
Touche
Scotiabank Financial
Group
METRO
McGill University
Ernst & Young (Canada)
Rio Tinto Alcan
Université de Montréal
Bell Canada
TD Bank Group
Dessau
PricewaterhouseCoopers
TC Transcontinental
Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec
$200,000 and more
The Jean Coutu Group (PJC)
Procter & Gamble Canada
Costco Wholesale Canada
KPMG
Norton Rose Canada LLP
$150,000 and more
Université du Québec à
Montréal
Ultramar
CIBC
Concordia University
Canada Post
Société de transport de
Montréal
Suncor Energy
Esterline CMC Electronics
IBM Canada
Gaz Métro
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Hewitt Equipment Limited
$100,000 and more
Fonds de solidarité FTQ
Rogers Communications
Kraft Canada
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Intact Insurance
Telesystem
CN
Rolls-Royce Canada
Polytechnique Montréal
Raymond Chabot Grant
Thornton LLP
COGECO
Lavery, de Billy, LLP
HEC Montréal
Ville de Laval
Saputo
ABB
Pharmascience
Groupe Park Avenue
Ivanhoé Cambridge
McKesson Canada
Claridge
Sobeys Quebec
Ville de Longueuil
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
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$50,000 and more
Commission scolaire de
Montréal
Domtar Corporation
Hatch
Le Canadien de Montréal
Centraide of Greater Montreal
Mercer
Laurentian Bank of Canada
Héroux-Devtek
Accenture
Quebecor
Sun Life Financial
Staples Business Depot
Best Buy/Future Shop
GENIVAR
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin
LLP
Xerox Canada
Groupe Dynamite
Heenan Blaikie
CIMA +
Pfizer Canada
UPS
Tetra Tech Industries
Kruger
ArcelorMittal
Dale Parizeau Morris
Mackenzie
Velan
Standard Life Insurance
Company
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Fiera Sceptre
Alcoa
AECOM
Industrial Alliance Insurance
and Financial Services
Aéroports de Montréal
Air Liquide Canada
La Coop fédérée
Great-West/London Life/
Canada-Life
Reader’s Digest (Canada)
Ciena
PepsiCo Beverages Canada
RGA Life Reinsurance
Company of Canada
Nuance Communications
Commission scolaire
Marguerite-Bourgeoys
NATIONAL Public Relations
Davies Ward Phillips
& Vineberg LLP
Abbott Laboratories
RSM Richter Chamberland
LLP
Aon Reed Stenhouse/
Aon Parizeau
Mabe Canada
GE Capital Canada
Behaviour Interactive
Manulife Financial
VIA Rail Canada
Sir Mortimer B. Davis —
Jewish General Hospital
Canadian Pacific Railway
Morneau Shepell
The Biggest Partner, Ambassador and Major Donor Campaigns
These organizations obtained the support of at least 10 Partners, Ambassadors or Major Donors during their 2011 Centraide
workplace campaign.
Listed according to size of donation, beginning with the biggest contribution.
Ernst & Young (Canada)
Bombardier and J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation
Samson Bélair/Deloitte &
Touche
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Pratt & Whitney Canada
BMO Financial Group
SNC-Lavalin Group
National Bank
KPMG
Norton Rose Canada LLP
Desjardins Group
Rio Tinto Alcan
Stikeman Elliott LLP
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
CAE
McGill University
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt
Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec
CIBC
CGI Group
Power Corporation of
Canada
RBC Financial Group
TD Bank Group
CIMA +
Lavery, de Billy, LLP
Université de Montréal
Ultramar
Leadership Challenge Grant Fund
Giving even more impact to donations
The Leadership Challenge Grant Fund is designed to encourage individual donors to become Leaders, and existing Leaders to
increase their donations. Twenty companies invested in the creation of this special fund.
New Leaders
The Leadership Challenge Grant Fund matches the donations of all new Leaders.
Existing Leaders
The Leadership Challenge Grant Fund matches any annual increase of 10% or more in the donations of existing Leaders,
up to $1,000,000.
Creators of the Leadership Challenge Grant Fund
ALDO
CN
Bell Canada
Desjardins Group
BMO Financial Group
Hydro-Québec
Bombardier
National Bank
CGI Group
Power Corporation of
CIBC
Canada
RBC Foundation
Rogers Communications
Scotiabank Financial Group
Sun Life Financial
TC Transcontinental
TD Bank Group
United Technologies
Corporation
And two anonymous
supporters
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The Biggest Leadership Giving Campaigns
These organizations obtained the support of at least 10 Leaders (personal donation of $1,000 or more) during their 2011 Centraide
workplace campaign.
The organizations marked with an asterisk also boast one Major Donor or more (personal donation of $10,000 or more).
Listed according to organizations who have the biggest number of Leaders, beginning with the biggest contribution.
350 and more
Bombardier and J. Armand
Bombardier Foundation*
300 and more
Pratt & Whitney Canada*
200 and more
SNC-Lavalin Group*
Desjardins Group*
CAE*
175 and more
National Bank*
125 and more
BMO Financial Group*
RBC Financial Group*
Hydro-Québec*
100 and more
Ville de Montréal
Samson Bélair/Deloitte &
Touche*
Dessau*
McGill University*
TD Bank Group*
Government of Canada
Rio Tinto Alcan*
90 and more
CGI Group*
Université de Montréal*
Ernst & Young (Canada)*
70 and more
Norton Rose Canada LLP*
Fonds de solidarité FTQ
60 and more
KPMG*
Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec*
PricewaterhouseCoopers*
50 and more
CIBC*
Bell Canada*
Raymond Chabot Grant
Thornton LLP
Stikeman Elliott LLP*
Esterline CMC Electronics
Ultramar
Université du Québec à
Montréal*
Polytechnique Montréal*
Scotiabank Financial Group*
40 and more
Intact Insurance*
Kraft Canada
METRO*
COGECO*
McCarthy Tétrault LLP*
Lavery, de Billy, LLP*
Rolls-Royce Canada
GENIVAR
Mercer
Xerox Canada
30 and more
Hewitt Equipment Limited*
IBM Canada*
Concordia University*
TC Transcontinental*
Gaz Métro*
Hatch
Davies Ward Phillips &
Vineberg LLP
HEC Montréal
ABB
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin
LLP*
Pharmascience*
20 and more
Accenture*
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Groupe Park Avenue*
Heenan Blaikie*
Power Corporation of
Canada*
RSM Richter Chamberland
LLP
Centraide of Greater
Montreal*
Air Liquide Canada
Behaviour Interactive
Ville de Laval
ArcelorMittal
Domtar Corporation*
Fiera Sceptre*
Great-West/London Life/
Canada-Life
Le Canadien de Montréal*
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt*
Fujitsu Canada
Kruger
Costco Wholesale Canada
McKesson Canada
Tetra Tech Industries*
Gowlings
Ville de Longueuil
Resolute Forest Products
Towers Watson
Dale Parizeau Morris
Mackenzie
Héroux-Devtek*
Sun Life Financial*
10 and more
La Coop fédérée*
NATIONAL Public Relations*
Borden Ladner Gervais
Industrial Alliance Insurance
and Financial Services
MacDougall, MacDougall &
MacTier
Pfizer Canada
Saputo*
AstraZeneca R&D Montreal
GE Capital Canada*
Ivanhoé Cambridge
Laurentian Bank of Canada
Shire Canada
Abbott Laboratories
CIMA +
CN*
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP
PepsiCo Beverages Canada
RGA Life Reinsurance
Company of Canada*
Rogers Communications
Alcoa*
Aon Reed Stenhouse/Aon
Parizeau
Nuance Communications
The Jean Coutu Group (PJC)*
Addenda Capital
Aimia
Astral Media*
Bechtel Québec
Ciena
Morneau Shepell
Standard Life Insurance
Company*
AECOM
Aéroports de Montréal*
École de technologie
supérieure
Spiegel Sohmer
Suncor Energy
Velan
BFL Canada Risk and
Insurance
Canada Post
NAV CANADA
Paladin Labs*
Roche Diagnostics, Division
of Hoffmann-La Roche
Theratechnologies
Aveos Fleet Performance
Groupe Dynamite*
Lantic
Manulife Financial
Montreal Heart Institute
Otéra Capital
Transat A.T.
La Presse
Marsh Canada
Secor Consulting
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The partners in the Loaned Representatives Program
These organizations lent an employee or retiree, or sponsored a resource-person, during Centraide Campaign 2011.
Air Liquide Canada
Alcoa
ArcelorMittal
BMO Financial Group (5)
Bombardier
Bombardier Aerospace
CAE
Caisse de dépôt et
placement du Québec
Canada Revenue Agency
Canadian Broadcasting
Corporation
Canadian Heritage
CGI Group
CIBC
CN
Commission scolaire de
Montréal
Concordia University
Correctional Service Canada
Fonds de solidarité FTQ
Gaz Métro
Health Canada
Hydro-Québec
Intact Insurance
Lantic
Manulife Financial
McGill University
Mouvement Desjardins (3)
National Bank
Norton Rose Canada LLP
Power Corporation of
Canada
Pratt & Whitney Canada
RBC Royal Bank
Rio Tinto Alcan
Rogers Communications (2)
Service Canada
SNC-Lavalin Group
TD Canada Trust
TD Insurance
Université de Montréal
Université du Québec à
Montréal
VIA Rail Canada
Ville de Montréal
The Agency Speakers
These people made presentations in Greater Montreal’s workplaces during Centraide Campaign 2011 in order to raise awareness
of the impact of a donation on the lives of the neediest members of our community.
Azzedine Achour, Solidarité Ahuntsic
Édouard Archer, Maison de la Famille LeMoyne
Jacques Baillargeon, Auberge du cœur l’Escalier
Anne-Marie Bally, Pause-Famille
Josée Beaudet, Women’s Centre of Montréal
Marjolaine Beaulieu, Moisson Montréal
Gina Bergeron, Centre d’implication libre de Laval – C.I.L.L.
Cynthia Bertrand, Association lavalloise de parents et amis
pour le bien-être mental (ALPABEM)
Yamina Bessar, Action centre-ville (Montréal)
Éric Billard, Projet Changement – centre communautaire
pour aînés
Dominique Bilodeau, Maison de la Famille LeMoyne
Louise Blain, Le Relais communautaire de Laval
Marie-Josée Blais, Projet 80
Micheline Boissault, PROMIS (PROMotion, Intégration,
Société nouvelle)
Isabelle Boissé, Pacific Path Institute
Jean-Claude Boisvert, Centre de bénévolat et Moisson
Laval
Manon Bonin, Carrefour Parenfants
Jeannelle Bouffard, Carrefour d’alimentation et de partage
Saint-Barnabé
Normand Bourgeois, Pro-gam – Center for intervention and
research in conjugal and family violence
Catherine Boyer, Moisson Rive-Sud
Valérie Briançon, Suicide-Action Montréal
France Brochu, Dynamo – Ressource en mobilisation des
collectivités
Sheryl Bruce, Friends for Mental Health, West Island
Marie-Lyne Brunet, Je Passe Partout
Denis Bujold, Pro-gam – Center for intervention and research
in conjugal and family violence
Delfino Campanile, PROMIS (PROMotion, Intégration,
Société nouvelle)
Gisèle Caron, Au coup de pouce Centre-Sud
Céline Carreau, Carrefour Le Moutier
Natalie Chapman, WIAIH: Special Family Resource Centre
Lyne Charlebois, WIAIH: Special Family Resource Centre
Ginette Charron, Le Relais communautaire de Laval
Christine Chénard, Centre d’implication libre de Laval –
C.I.L.L.
Michael Chervin, Project Genesis
Nathalie Choquette, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Julie Chrétien, Les Ateliers adaptés Stimul’Arts
Yvon Cléroux, Carrefour communautaire Montrose
Jocelyne Coallier, Carrefour d’entraide Lachine
Sylvie Cornez, Chez Doris, The Women’s Shelter Foundation
Micheline Côté, ACEF de l’île Jésus
Charles Cousineau, La Table Ronde de Saint-Léonard
Geneviève Couture, Pacific Path Institute
Micheline Couture, Hébergement La Casa
Bernard-Hubert
Hélène Dagenais, Carrefour communautaire de Rosemont
l’Entre-Gens
Shirlane Day, Pacific Path Institute
Benoit DeGuire, La Relance Jeunes et Familles
Jackie Demers, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Danielle Dessureault, Moisson Rive-Sud
Vicky Dessureault, Pacific Path Institute
Yves Dion, La Maison À Petits Pas
Pierre-Olivier Dionne, Projet 80
Suzie Doyon, Programme d’aide aux jeunes mères : L’Envol
Marc Ducharme, BÉNADO
Martine Dupont, La Boîte à lettres de Longueuil, programme
Tremplin vers l’autonomie
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Anne-Marie Dupuis, Auberge communautaire du Sud-Ouest
Christine Duquette, J’me fais une place en garderie
Marie-Paule Duquette, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Tamar-Anne Duverger, Baobab familial
Ben Finkelberg, Santropol Roulant
Maria Ximena Florez, Baobab familial
Grace Fontes, Le Centre d’écoute et d’intervention
Face à Face
Michel Forgues, The YMCAs of Québec
Christine Fortin, Carrefour Familial Hochelaga
Eduarda Freitas, ACEF de l’île Jésus
Jean Gagnon, Centre de bénévolat et Moisson Laval
Kathleen Gagnon, Centre de bénévolat et Moisson Laval
Martine Gagnon, Maison de la Famille de Saint-François
Nathalie Gagnon, Je réussis
Francine Gauthier, Grossesse-secours
Jean Gauthier, L’ATELIER
Louise Giguère, RAP Jeunesse (Rue-Action-Prévention),
programme Éducateur de rue
Linda Girard, Amitié Soleil
Danielle Goulet, Macadam Sud
Anna Gradulewski, Action Communiterre
Réginald Guay, Macadam Sud
Ginette Hamel, La Croisée de Longueuil
Jean-François Harvey, Project P.A.L.
Manon Harvey, En marge 12-17
Jean-Pierre Hébert, Carrefour d’entraide Lachine
Delphine Hervé, Centre d’implication libre de Laval – C.I.L.L.
France Houle, La Maison de Jonathan
Claudine Inizan, ACEF de l’île Jésus
William Johnson, La Parentèle de Laval
Hamid Kartti, Mon Resto Saint-Michel
Fiona Keats, NDG Food Depot
Claude La Ferrière, Le Relais communautaire de Laval
Chantal Lachaine, Diapason-Jeunesse
Williamson Lamarre, Mouvement jeunesse Montréal-Nord
(café-jeunesse multiculturel)
Benoit Langevin, West Island Youth Action (AJOI)
Karine Latour, La Parentèle de Laval
Annabelle Laurin, La Fondation de la Visite
Audrey Lauzon-Laroche, Moisson Montréal
Fernande Leblanc-Sénéchal, La Maison de Jonathan
Manon Leclerc, La Fondation de la Visite
Danielle Leduc, La Maison de Jonathan
Francine Lefebvre, Concertation en développement social
de Verdun
Marie Lefebvre, Women’s Centre of Montréal
Carole Legault, Carrefour des 6-12 ans de Pierrefonds-Est
Julie Legault Duthé, Colonie de vacances Sainte-Jeanned’Arc
Suzanne Lepage, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Suzie Lessard, Association de parents de l’enfance en
difficulté de la Rive-Sud de Montréal
Thérèse Lessard, Projet 80
Guy Levesque, La Maison La Virevolte
Mélanie Limoges, Famijeunes
Isabelle Lindsay, Auberge du cœur l’Antre-temps Longueuil
Josée Livernoche, Programme d’aide aux jeunes mères :
L’Envol
Veronica Lopez, Cloverdale Multi-Ressources
Patrice Machabée, Association lavalloise de parents et amis
pour le bien-être mental (ALPABEM)
Mary Claire MacLeod, L’Entraide chez nous
Daphné Mailloux-Rousseau, L’Ancre des jeunes
Dorys Makhoul, Women’s Centre of Montréal
Chantal Marcotte, Mouvement S.E.M. (sensibilisation pour
une enfance meilleure)
Cherry Marshall, WIAIH: Special Family Resource Centre
Geneviève Martel, Maison de la famille La Parentr’aide
Kimberly Martin, NDG Food Depot
Emmy Maten-Fellows, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Marie-Josée McGowan, Toujours ensemble
Catherine McGregor, West Island Citizen Advocacy
Hélène McGregor, West Island Citizen Advocacy
Robert McGuire, Project P.A.L.
Karen Medeiros, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Véronique Ménard, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Luc Menta, Toujours ensemble
Dany Michaud, Moisson Montréal
Shirley Miller, Projet communautaire de Pierrefonds
Chantal Montpetit, Centre d’intégration à la vie active pour
les personnes vivant avec un handicap physique (CIVA)
Francine Nicol, Carrefour Familial du Richelieu
Kim Normandin, Famijeunes
Hameza Othman, Service d’aide et de liaison pour immigrants –
La Maisonnée
Jean Ouellet, Projet Changement – centre communautaire
pour aînés
Jean-Nicolas Ouellet, Centre d’activités pour le maintien
de l’équilibre émotionnel de Montréal-Nord (CAMÉÉ)
Jacynthe Ouellette, Le Chic Resto Pop
Étienne Pagé, YMCA – Downtown branch Community Centre
Ghyslaine Paiement, La Maison des Enfants de l’île de
Montréal
Marc Paradis, Dawson Community Centre
Robert Paris, Pact de rue, projet ado communautaire en
travail de rue
Mélanie Payette, Centre communautaire Val-Martin
Olivier Petit, Centre d’action bénévole de Boucherville
Sophie Pétré, La Maison À Petits Pas
Lyne Piché, Le Chic Resto Pop
Alain Pilon, Projet 80
Johanne Pitt, Centre des aînés du réseau d’entraide de
Saint-Léonard
Josée Plante, Centre Communautaire des Aînées et Aînés de
Longueuil
Marie-Eve Plante, Auberge du cœur l’Escalier
Mona Poirier, Carrefour familial Les Pitchou
Laurence Poirier-Bastien, L’ATELIER
Clémence Racine, La Maison des grands-parents de Villeray
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Patrick Régnier, Mouvement S.E.M. (sensibilisation pour une
enfance meilleure)
Michel Réhel, Association de loisirs des personnes
handicapées physiques de Montréal
Sylvie Rémillard, Sourire sans Fin
Brunilda Reyes, Les Fourchettes de l’Espoir
Rosa Rivera, Centre d’implication libre de Laval – C.I.L.L.
Isabella Rossi-Ricci, Baobab familial
Denis Rousseau, La Croisée de Longueuil
Josianne Ryan, Famille à Cœur
Mathieu Sage, Toujours ensemble
Dina Salonina, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Virginie Sarria Lobjoie, Au Second Lieu
Julie Sauvageau, Le Chic Resto Pop
Ginette Sauvé, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal
Carlos Segura, Le Relais communautaire de Laval
Chantale Servant, Maison de la famille La Parentr’aide
François St-Amant, Centre de bénévolat et Moisson Laval
Line St-Amour, Dawson Community Centre
Yannick St-Laurent, Macadam Sud
Sacha St-Onge, CARI St-Laurent (Centre d’accueil et de
référence sociale et économique pour immigrants)
Mary Clare Tanguay, West Island Citizen Advocacy
Michelle Tanguay, Maison de la Famille LeMoyne
Sylvie Tellier, Alternative - Centregens
Marie Tessier, Centre multi-ressources de Lachine
Paryse Thibault, Le Regroupement des familles
monoparentales et recomposées de Laval
Walid Touabti, Action Communiterre
Patricia Traineau, Le Projet Harmonie
Marie-Édith Trudel, ACEF de la Rive-Sud
Jacinthe Turcotte, L’Entraide chez nous
Stéphane Vaillancourt, The YMCAs of Québec
Philippe Vaugeois, West Island Youth Action (AJOI)
Ginette Vézina, Pacific Path Institute
Luc Villandré, Auberge du cœur l’Escalier
Raymond Villeneuve, Le Regroupement pour la Valorisation
de la Paternité (RVP)
Jaimie Yue, Montreal Diet Dispensary
Chantal Zumbrunn, Club Populaire des consommateurs de
Pointe-Saint-Charles
32 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Financial statements of CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL
2012
and March 31, 2011
March 31,
Independent auditor’s report
To the Members of
Centraide of Greater Montreal
We have audited the financial statements of Centraide of Greater Montreal, which comprise the balance sheets as at
March 31, 2012, March 31, 2011 and April 1, 2010, and the statements of operations and fund balance of Operating Fund,
Stabilization Fund, Capital Asset Fund and Development Fund and cash flows for the years ended March 31, 2012 and
March 31, 2011, and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information.
Management’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements
Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with
Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations, and for such internal control as management determines is necessary to enable the preparation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether
due to fraud or error.
Auditor’s Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we comply with ethical
requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements
are free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial
statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material
misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor
considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order
to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion
on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting
policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall
presentation of the financial statements.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained in our audits is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for
our audit opinion.
Opinion
In our opinion, the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Centraide of
Greater Montreal as at March 31, 2012, March 31, 2011 and April 1, 2010, and the results of its operations and its cash
flows for the years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011, in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for
not-for-profit organizations.
May 22, 2012
___________________________________________________________
1
CPA auditor, CA permit No. A120628
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Operating Fund
Statements of operations and fund balance
years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
20122011
$$
Revenue
Subscriptions
Uncollectible subscriptions
57,539,00056,120,451
(1,477,445)(1,775,711)
56,061,55554,344,740
Interest and other revenue
200,471135,541
56,262,02654,480,281
Expenses
Fundraising, communication and
administrative costs (Note 9)
Result before allocations and assistance to agencies
7,393,1746,948,441
48,868,85247,531,840
Allocations to agencies (Note 5) – Schedule B
Assistance to agencies, social research and community
services (Note 9)
Net result
43,624,36342,773,710
Fund balance at beginning
43,622,02543,088,363
Interfund transfers (Note 7)
Fund balance at end
(276,000)(814,500)
45,009,95543,622,025
3,580,5593,409,968
47,204,92246,183,678
1,663,9301,348,162
Stabilization Fund
Statements of operations and fund balance
years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Revenue
Investments
Net result
2012
2011
$$
40,703439,621
40,703439,621
Fund balance at beginning
5,448,0124,736,891
Interfund transfer (Note 7)
Fund balance at end
–271,500
5,488,7155,448,012
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CApital Asset Fund
Statements of operations and fund balance
years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
2012
2011
$$
Revenue
Investments
Donation
Fondation Centraide du Grand Montréal
708,000–
716,8612,397
Expenses
Amortization of fixed assets
Other
Net result (deficit)
269,511277,815
171,29753,272
440,808331,087
276,053(328,690)
8,8612,397
Fund balance at beginning
5,607,4575,664,647
Interfund transfer (Note 7)
Fund balance at end
276,000271,500
6,159,5105,607,457
Development Fund
Statements of operations and fund balance
years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
20122011
$$
Revenue
Investments
Donation
Fondation Centraide du Grand Montréal
8,5403,293
427,000–
435,5403,293
Expenses
Training, research and development expenses150,137
154,595
Net result (deficit)
285,403(151,302)
Fund balance at beginning
643,463523,265
Interfund transfer (Note 7)
Fund balance at end
–
271,500
928,866643,463
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Balance sheets
As at March 31, 2012, March 31, 2011 AND APRIL 1, 2010
OperatingStabilizationCapital Asset Development
Fund
Fund
Fund
$
$
$
Total
FundMarch 31, 2012March 31, 2011April 1, 2010
$
$
$$
Assets
Current assets
Cash
(1.08% to 1.15% in 2011)
until August 2012
431,167
–––
431,167326,330 631,687
Investments, 1.07% to 1.18%
28,182,285 –––
28,182,28527,762,016 25,392,692
Subscriptions receivable (net of a
provision for uncollectible
subscriptions of $2,822,997;
$2,702,693 in 2011)
Interfund receivable
Other assets (Note 6)
21,241,265 –––
21,241,26520,016,860 20,243,356
328,500*–
1,351,436*
928,866*–– –
737,002 –––
737,002465,090 978,444
50,920,219
– 1,351,436
Investments
–5,819,615
Fixed assets (Note 4)
–
928,86650,591,71948,570,296 47,246,179
–
–5,819,615
5,783,1125,336,891
–4,808,074
– 4,808,0745,004,118 4,132,666
50,920,219 5,819,615 6,159,510
928,86661,219,40859,357,526 56,715,736
Liabilities
Current liabilities
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
(Note 6)
2,241,200
2,400––
2,243,6002,100,542 1,948,279
Accounts payable to government
Balance payable to agencies
Interfund payable
2,280,302*328,500*
Deferred revenue
1,229,253 –––
1,229,2531,681,914
57,164 –––
57,16443,673 28,962
102,345 –––
102,345210,440 118,430
–
–
–– –
606,899
5,910,264
330,900––
3,632,3624,036,569 2,702,570
Commitment (Note 10)
Fund balances
Invested in fixed assets
–
–6,159,510
Externally restricted
–
–
– 6,159,5105,607,457 5,664,647
–928,866 928,866643,463 523,265
Internally restricted
45,009,955
5,488,715––
50,498,67049,070,037 47,825,254
45,009,955 5,488,715 6,159,510
928,86657,587,04655,320,957 54,013,166
50,920,219 5,819,615 6,159,510
928,86661,219,40859,357,526 56,715,736
* These items are not reported in the Total column because they offset each other.
Approved by the Board
____________________________________________________________ Chairman
Louis L. Roquet
____________________________________________________________Vice-president and Treasurer
James C. Cherry
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Statements of cash flows
years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
20122011
$$
Operating activities
Net result
Items not affecting cash:
Fair value variation on investments
Amortization of capital assets
Changes in non-cash working capital items
(Note 11)
Investing activities
Acquisition of investments
Disposition of investments
Acquisition of capital assets
Net increase (decrease)
Cash, beginning of year
Cash, end of year
2,266,0891,307,791
94,588(322,646)
269,511277,815
2,630,188
1,262,960
(1,900,524)
729,664
2,073,849
3,336,809
(105,944,930)
(132,974,853)
105,393,570130,481,954
(73,467)
(1,149,267)
(624,827)
(3,642,166)
104,837(305,357)
326,330631,687
431,167326,330
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Notes to the financial statements
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
1. Status and nature of activities
Centraide of Greater Montreal, a non-profit organization incorporated under Part III of the Companies Act (Quebec), is recognized as a
registered charity within the meaning of the Income Tax Act. Centraide of Greater Montreal collects public donations to promote involvement in the society through sharing and volunteer and community activities.
2. Adoption of a new accounting framework
During the year ended March 31, 2012, Centraide of Greater Montreal early adopted the new accounting standards for not-for-profit
organizations (the “new standards”) issued by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (“CICA”) and set out in Part III of the
CICA Handbook. In accordance with Section 1501 of Part III of the CICA Handbook, First-time Adoption (“Section 1501”), the date of
transition to the new standards is April 1, 2010, and Centraide of Greater Montreal has prepared and presented an opening balance
sheet at the date of transition to the new standards. This opening balance sheet is the starting point for the entity’s accounting under
the new standards. In its opening balance sheet, under the recommendations of Section 1501, Centraide:
a) recognized all assets and liabilities whose recognition is required by the new standards;
b) did not recognize items as assets or liabilities if the new standards do not permit such recognition;
c) reclassified items that it recognized previously as one type of asset, liability or component of fund balance but are recognized as a
different type of asset, liability or component of fund balance under the new standards; and
d) applied the new standards in measuring all recognized assets and liabilities.
In accordance with the requirements of Section 1501, the accounting policies set out in Note 3 have been consistently applied to all
years presented. The adjustments resulting from the adoption of the new accounting standards have been applied retrospectively.
The adoption of the new accounting standards had no impact on the financial statements at the exception of the presentation of the
cash flow statement, which was not presented previously, and the separate disclosure of the amount of government remittances
­payable. Accordingly, in the statement of financial position, an amount of $43,673 as at March 31, 2011 and $28,962 as at April 1, 2010
has been reclassified from accounts payable and accrued liabilities.
3. Accounting policies
The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations and
include the following significant accounting policies:
Fund accounting
Centraide of Greater Montreal uses the restricted fund method to account for its activities:
i) Operating Fund
The Operating Fund comprises the current operating activities of Centraide of Greater Montreal. The annual net result, less interfund
transfers, can be applied against the Stabilization Fund, according to the rules established in the following paragraph. Internally
­restricted Fund balances represent resources available for future years.
38 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
3. Accounting policies (CONTINUED)
ii) Stabilization Fund
The Stabilization Fund was created to provide financial stability to agencies financed by Centraide of Greater Montreal, to satisfy
new initiatives and urgent needs of the community, to answer needs considered urgent and approved by the Board of Directors, and
to satisfy the normal expenses associated with Centraide of Greater Montreal’s activities during substandard campaigns. The Fund
varies according to investment revenue, the amount of unallocated funds, the net results for the year, and a contribution from the
Operating Fund that is equal to 0.5% of the previous campaign. The decision to contribute is made annually based on the financial
results of Centraide of Greater Montreal. The balance of the Stabilization Fund, excluding the unrealized fair value variation on longterm investments, must not exceed 10% of the amount of the previous campaign.
iii)Capital Asset Fund
The Capital Asset Fund comprises the amortized cost of the building, furniture and equipment and computer equipment. The Fund
varies according to interest earned, amounts received for the purpose of acquiring fixed assets, amortization of fixed assets, other
expenses related to fixed assets and a contribution from the Operating Fund for updating and ongoing development of computer
systems. The decision to contribute is reviewed annually based on the financial results of Centraide of Greater Montreal.
iv)Development Fund
The Development Fund was created to fund research and development activities and pilot and other projects that are not considered
part of Centraide of Greater Montreal’s usual activities, with the ultimate goal to significantly increase the funds donated to Centraide
of Greater Montreal over the coming years.
Revenue recognition
Unrestricted contributions are recognized as revenue of the Operating Fund in the year they are received or receivable if the amount to
be received can be reasonably estimated and collection is reasonably assured. Restricted contributions are recognized as revenue of
the Fund corresponding to their restriction.
Allocated expenses
Expenses are accounted for in the statement of operations of the Operating Fund and are allocated as follows:
Annual campaign and Major donors
Allocation
Communication
General management
Administration
Fundraising,
Assistance
communication
to agencies,
and social research
administrative and community
costs
services
%
%
100
–
85
60
75
–
100
15
40
25
Expenses related to each function include all direct costs related to this function, including salaries and other direct charges, and a
­portion of shared and indirect costs.
When shared or indirect costs are related to more than one function, such as the management and administration of these activities,
Centraide of Greater Montreal allocates these costs among the functions. These costs include payroll and other expenses that cannot
be directly charged to specific activities. These expenses are allocated among the functions according to the percentage of direct costs
attributable to each function.
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Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
3. Accounting policies (CONTINUED)
The financial statements do not include the cost of services rendered by individual volunteers and staff loaned to Centraide of Greater
Montreal by businesses and public institutions.
Financial instruments
Financial assets and financial liabilities are initially recognized at fair value when Centraide becomes a party to the contractual provisions
of the financial instrument. Subsequently, all financial instruments are measured at amortized cost, except for investments that are
­recognized at fair value at the date of the financial statements. The investment’s fair value is established at bid price. Long-term investments are composed of units from the Foundation of Greater Montreal Investment Fund. Fair value fluctuations, which include interests
earned, accrued interests, realized gain and loss and unrealized gain and loss, are included in the investment’s revenue.
Transaction costs related to financial instruments measured at fair value are expensed as incurred. Transaction costs related to the
other financial instruments are added to the carrying value of the asset or netted against the carrying value of the liability and are then
recognized over the expected life of the instrument using the straight-line method. Any premium or discount related to an instrument
measured at amortized cost is amortized over the expected life of the item using the straight-line method and recognized in net earnings
as interest income or expense.
With respect to financial assets measured at cost or amortized cost, Centraide recognizes in net results an impairment loss, if any, when
it determines that a significant adverse change has occurred during the period in the expected timing or amount of future cash flows.
When the extent of impairment of a previously written-down asset decreases and the decrease can be related to an event occurring
after the impairment was recognized, the previously recognized impairment loss shall be reversed in net result in the period the reversal
occurs.
Fixed assets
Fixed assets are recorded at cost. Amortization is based on their estimated useful lives using the straight-line method over the following
periods:
Building
Furniture and equipment
Computer equipment
40 years
8 years
4 years
Top-up pension plan
The costs of the top-up defined benefit plan are established by independent actuaries. The pension expense charged to results for the
year includes the cost of benefits for services rendered during the year, which is determined using the projected benefit method prorated
on years of service, as well as the amortization of the benefit cost for past service and the amortization of actuarial gains or losses for
the portion that exceeds the 10% corridor. Amortization is calculated using the expected average remaining service life of the employees
covered under the plan, i.e., six years.
Use of estimates
The preparation of financial statements in conformity with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and disclosures of contingent
assets and liabilities at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenue and expenses during the reporting
period. Key components of the financial statements requiring management to make estimates include the fair value of investments, the
useful lives of long-lived assets, the provision for uncollectible subscriptions in respect of receivables, accrued liabilities and the accrued
benefit obligation of the top-up contributory defined benefit pension plan. Actual results could differ from these estimates.
40 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
4.Fixed assets
March 31, 2012
Accumulated
Cost
amortization
$
$
Building
Furniture and equipment
Computer equipment
6,240,9181,622,1314,618,787
552,906484,292 68,614
2,166,6212,045,948 120,673
8,960,4454,152,3714,808,074
Cost
$
Building
Furniture and equipment
Computer equipment
March 31, 2011
Accumulated
amortization
$
Net book
value
$
6,240,9181,466,2754,774,643
619,586
525,864
93,722
2,124,943
1,989,190
135,753
8,985,447
3,981,329
5,004,118
Cost
$
Building
Furniture and equipment
Computer equipment
Net book
value
$
April 1, 2010
Accumulated
amortization
$
Net book
value
$
5,131,4121,324,4753,806,937
619,586
493,084
126,502
2,113,565
1,914,338
199,227
7,864,563
3,731,897
4,132,666
5.Allocations to agencies
Regional Territorial Committee
Territorial Committee South Shore, Centre-West of
Montreal and Centre-North of Montreal
Territorial Committee Centre-East of Montreal, Laval and
East-End of Montreal
Territorial Committee North-End of Montreal, South-West
of Montreal and West Island
Capacity and Leadership Building
Special projects
Miscellaneous allocations
United Way of Canada
20122011
$$
13,289,26613,409,082
11,358,94610,815,775
8,654,3238,407,884
7,792,0497,434,434
1,169,4781,277,612
42,264,06241,344,787
397,117502,686
541,269493,824
421,915432,413
43,624,36342,773,710
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Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
6.Related party transactions
Fondation Centraide du Grand Montréal, a related organization, is a registered charity incorporated under Part III of the Companies Act
(Quebec) where the goal is to collect donations, legacies or other contributions, manage its assets and give all net proceeds generated
by the capital without expending any portion thereof to Centraide of Greater Montreal. The net assets of Fondation Centraide du Grand
Montréal total $27,600,339 as at March 31, 2012 ($28,674,888 as at March 31, 2011 and $25,944,717 as at April 1, 2010). For the
year ended March 31, 2012, revenue amounted to $1,270,262 ($3,621,259 in 2011) and expenses including donations to Centraide of
Greater Montreal amounted to $2,344,811 ($891,088 in 2011).
During the year, the transactions between Centraide of Greater Montreal and Fondation Centraide du Grand Montréal were:
Revenue
Donations – Operating Fund – Annual campaign
Donations – Capital Asset Fund
Donations – Development Fund
Administrative fees presented in deduction of
fundraising, communication and administrative costs
20122011
$$
750,000500,000
708,000–
427,000–
9,0009,000
In the other assets balance, an amount of $413,781 (nil as at March 31, 2011 and $607,498 as at April 1, 2010) is receivable from
Fondation Centraide du Grand Montréal.
The balance of accounts payable and accrued liabilities include an amount of nil ($48,778 as at March 31, 2011 and $77,729 as at­
April 1, 2010) due to Fondation Centraide du Grand Montréal.
These transactions were made in the normal course of operations and have been recorded at the exchange amount, which is the
amount of consideration established and agreed to by the parties.
7.Interfund transfers
The Board of Directors approved the following interfund transfers:
From the Operating Fund to the Stabilization Fund
From the Operating Fund to the Capital Asset Fund
From the Operating Fund to the Development Fund
20122011
$$
–271,500
276,000271,500
–271,500
276,000814,500
8.Pension plan
Multi-employer contributory defined benefit pension plan
Centraide of Greater Montreal participates in a multi-employer contributory defined benefit pension plan. The benefits are capitalized
in the pension fund for all participants of the pension plan. The employer’s contribution paid is $836,670 ($806,420 in 2011). Based
on the last actuarial valuation of the multi-employer pension plan performed on December 31, 2010, there is an unfunded liability of
$5,247,000. Defined contribution plan accounting has been applied.
42 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
8.Pension plan (continued)
Top-up defined benefit plan
Centraide of Greater Montreal also established an unfunded, top-up defined benefit plan in 2006. The benefits of this plan are based
on years of service and final salaries. The pension expense for the year, which corresponds to the amount paid, totalled $206,500
($143,100 in 2011).
Information about the top-up defined benefit plan is as follows:
March 31,
March 31,
April 1,
201220112010
$$$
Accrued benefit obligation
Balance of unamortized amounts
Accrued benefit liabilities, included with
accounts payable and accrued liabilities
1,094,100856,400550,300
(292,300)(254,603) (87,281)
Benefit paid during the year:
801,800601,797463,019
6,4914,323
Centraide of Greater Montreal valuates its accrued benefit obligations on an annual basis.
The significant actuarial assumptions made by Centraide of Greater Montreal are as follows:
March 31,
March 31,
April 1,
2012
20112010
%%%
Recognized costs
Discount rate
Rate of compensation increase
4.505.005.00
2.502.502.50
Accrued benefit obligation
Discount rate
Rate of compensation increase
3.754.505.00
2.502.502.50
43 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
9.Allocated expenses
As provided in Note 3 on accounting policies, the expenses related to a number of functions are allocated as follows as at ­March 31, 2012
and March 31, 2011:
2012
Fundraising,
Assistance
communication
to agencies,
and social research
administrative and community
costs
services
Total
$$$
Annual campaign and major donors
Allocation
Communication
General management
Administration
2,904,611
–2,904,611
–1,742,0771,742,077
1,113,128 196,4341,309,562
1,550,7111,033,8072,584,518
1,824,724 608,2412,432,965
7,393,174
3,580,559
10,973,733
Fundraising,
communication
and
administrative
costs
$
Annual campaign and major donors
Allocation
Communication
General management
Administration
2011
Assistance
to agencies,
social research
and community
services
$
Total
$
2,685,619
–
2,685,619
–1,662,9801,662,980
1,053,053
185,833
1,238,886
1,473,696
982,464
2,456,160
1,736,073
578,691
2,314,764
6,948,441
3,409,968
10,358,409
10. Commitment
In April 2012, Centraide of Greater Montreal has committed to pay allocations to agencies for an amount of $42,827,000.
44 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Notes to the financial statements (continued)
March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
11. Changes in non-cash working capital items
Subscriptions receivable
Other assets
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
Accounts payable to Government
Balance payable to agencies
Deferred revenue
20122011
$$
(1,224,405)226,496
(271,912)513,354
143,058152,263
13,49114,711
(108,095)92,010
(452,661)1,075,015
(1,900,524)2,073,849
12. Financial instruments
Because of its financial assets and liabilities, Centraide of Greater Montreal is exposed to the following risks:
Market risk
Market risk is the risk of loss that results from fluctuations in equity prices, interest and exchange rates. Centraide is exposed to market risk from its investing activities. The level of risk to which Centraide is exposed varies depending on market conditions and the
composition of the asset-mix.
Interest rate risk
A portion of the investments of the Foundation of Greater Montreal Investment Fund, in which Centraide of Greater Montreal holds
units, is invested in bonds and debentures bearing interest at fixed rate. Consequently, a change in market interest rate will have an
impact on the fair value of the units held by Centraide of Greater Montreal.
Foreign currency risk
A portion of the investments of the Foundation of Greater Montreal Investment Fund, in which Centraide of Greater Montreal holds
units, comprises shares and interests in foreign equity funds. The units held by Centraide of Greater Montreal are consequently
­exposed to changes in foreign currencies. The same applies to the earned income associated with these units.
Credit risk
The credit risk is due to the fact that Centraide of Greater Montreal owns units from the Foundation of Greater Montreal Investment
Fund and that it owns bonds and debentures. Therefore, there is a credit risk that the issuer of the bonds or debentures owned by
the Fund will be unable to pay his obligations towards the Fund, and this would have an impact on the assets of Centraide. Credit
risk relating to the other assets is not significant. Centraide of Greater Montreal maintains provisions for uncollectable subscriptions.
45 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
SCHEDULE A-1
Balance sheet
as at March 31, 2011
Operating
Stabilization
Asset
Fund
Fund
Fund
Assets
Current assets
Cash
Investments, 1.08% to 1.15% until June 2011
Subscriptions receivable (net of a provision for
uncollectible subscriptions of $2,702,693)
Interfund receivable
Other assets (Note 6)
Investments
Fixed assets (Note 4)
Liabilities
Current liabilities
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities (Note 6)
Accounts payable to government
Balance payable to agencies
Interfund payable
Deferred revenue
Fund balances
Invested in fixed assets
Externally restricted
Internally restricted
$
326,330
27,762,016
20,016,860
600,000*
465,090
49,170,296
Development
FundTOTAL
$
$
$
–
–
–
–
–326,330
–
27,762,016
–
271,500*
–
271,500
–
603,339*
–
603,339
$
–
20,016,860
643,463*
–
–
465,090
643,463 48,570,296
– 5,783,112
–
–5,783,112
–
–
5,004,118
–
5,004,118
49,170,296
6,054,612 5,607,457 643,463 59,357,526
2,093,942
43,673
210,440
1,518,302*
1,681,914
5,548,271
6,600
–
–
600,000*
–
606,600
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
43,622,025
43,622,025
49,170,296
–
–
5,448,012
5,448,012
6,054,612
5,607,457
–
–
5,607,457
5,607,457
* These items are not reported in the Total column because they offset each other.
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,100,542
43,673
210,440
–
1,681,914
4,036,569
–
5,607,457
643,463
643,463
–
49,070,037
643,463 55,320,957
643,463 59,357,526
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Schedule A-2
Balance sheet
as at April 1, 2010
Assets
Current assets
Cash
Investments, 0.26% to 0.34%, maturing
until June 2010
Subscriptions receivable (net of a provision for
uncollectible subscriptions of $2,928,148)
Interfund receivable
Other assets (Note 6)
Investments
Fixed assets (Note 4)
Liabilities
Current liabilities
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
Accounts payable to government
Balance payable to agencies
Interfund payable
Deferred revenue
Fund balances
Invested in fixed assets
Externally restricted
Internally restricted
Operating
Stabilizationcapital Asset Development
Fund
Fund
Fund
FundTOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
631,687
–
–
–
631,687
25,392,692
–
–
–
20,243,356
–
978,444
47,246,179
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,531,981* 523,265*
–
–
1,531,981 523,265
25,392,692
20,243,356
–
978,444
47,246,179
–5,336,891
–
– 5,336,891
–
–
4,132,666
–
4,132,666
47,246,179
5,336,891 5,664,647 523,265 56,715,736
1,948,279
28,962
118,430
1,455,246*
606,899
4,157,816
–
–
–
600,000*
–
600,000
–
–
43,088,363
43,088,363
47,246,179
–
–
4,736,891
4,736,891
5,336,891
* These items are not reported in the Total column because they offset each other.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,948,279
28,962
118,430
–
606,899
2,702,570
5,664,647
–
–
523,265
–
–
5,664,647 523,265
5,664,647 523,265
5,664,647
523,265
47,825,254
54,013,166
56,715,736
47 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
Schedule B-1
Allocations to agencies
years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Regional Territorial Committee
Accueil liaison pour arrivants (ALPA)
« Action-autonomie » Le collectif pour la défense des droits en
santé mentale de Montréal
Action travail des femmes du Québec
Approche sécurisante pour polytoxicomanes anonymes (A.S.P.A.)
Association de Laval pour la déficience intellectuelle (ALDI)
Association de loisirs des personnes handicapées physiques
de Montréal (ALPHA)
Association de parents de l’enfance en difficulté de la Rive-Sud
de Montréal
Association des personnes handicapées de la Rive-Sud Ouest
Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs
(AQEPA) – Montréal Régional, programme Projet d’intégration
scolaire et sociale
Association québécoise des parents et amis de la personne atteinte
de maladie mentale (AQPAMM)
ATELIER (L’)
Ateliers adaptés Stimul’Arts (Les)
Autisme et troubles envahissants du développement Montréal
(ATEDM)
Base de plein air Jean-Jeune
Base de plein air Sainte-Émélie (CCSE Maisonneuve)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal
Bureau de consultation jeunesse (Le) (BCJ)
Camp Amy Molson
Camp B’Nai Brith
Camp Carowanis
Camp familial Saint-Urbain
Camp Gatineau
Camp Kinkora (CCS – services communautaires catholiques)
Camp Saint-Donat
Camping familial communautaire (C.A.F.A.C.O.)
Canadian Mental Health Association – Montreal Branch
CCS (Catholic Community Services)
Centre Au puits
Centre communautaire Radisson
Centre d’écoute et d’intervention Face à Face (Le)
Centre d’intégration à la vie active pour les personnes vivant avec
un handicap physique (C.I.V.A.)
Centre social d’aide aux immigrants (C.S.A.I.)
Chez Doris, The Women’s Shelter Foundation
Chinese Family Service of Greater Montreal
Citizen Advocacy Haut-Richelieu
Citizen Advocacy Montreal
Club des familles de demain
Colonie de vacances Sainte-Jeanne-d’Arc
Colonie des Grèves de Contrecœur
Compagnons de Montréal
Conseil régional des personnes âgées italo-canadiennes de Montréal
(C.R.A.I.C.)
20122011
$$
–60,000
82,70082,700
100,440100,440
105,100105,100
85,00085,000
105,630105,630
153,000153,000
85,00080,000
51,50047,000
72,02072,020
137,175137,175
71,60064,100
150,900150,000
55,50055,500
50,00050,000
168,637168,637
456,986456,986
143,500143,500
150,000150,000
43,84043,840
70,93064,180
–40,000
120,000120,000
234,500234,500
–32,000
158,100158,100
811,650856,495
113,750111,500
100,000100,000
121,800121,800
150,000155,000
145,000145,000
148,795149,795
133,960133,960
75,00075,000
104,155104,155
70,16070,160
116,03489,420
50,00065,000
128,900127,260
50,52550,525
48 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-2
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Regional Territorial Committee (CONTINUED)
Corporation l’Espoir du déficient
Éducation-coup-de-fil
En marge 12-17
Ex æquo
Grossesse-secours
Hirondelle (L’), Welcoming and Integration services for immigrants
Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montreal
J’me fais une place en garderie
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre of Montreal
Maison des femmes sourdes de Montréal (La)
Maison Marguerite de Montréal (La)
Mieux-être des femmes autochtones en milieu urbain (Centre des
femmes de Montréal)
Moisson Montréal
Montreal Association for the Intellectually Handicapped
Montreal Diet Dispensary
Mouvement action-chômage de Montréal
Mouvement action-découverte pour personnes handicapées de la
région de Châteauguay
Mouvement des personnes d’abord de Montréal (Le)
Mouvement PHAS (Solidarité de parents de personnes handicapées)
Mouvement québécois des vacances familiales
Multi-Ethnic Association for the Integration of Persons with
Disabilities
Organisation d’aide aux sans-emploi (ODAS-Montréal)
Organisation populaire des droits sociaux de la région de Montréal
(OPDS-RM)
Parrainage civique de l’est de l’île de Montréal
Parrainage Civique de la Vallée du Richelieu
Pro-gam – Center for intervention and research in conjugal
and family violence
Projet LIENS (AlterGo)
Promotion intervention en milieu ouvert (PIMO)
Rank and File
Regroupement des aveugles et amblyopes du Montréal
métropolitain (RAAMM)
Regroupement des cuisines collectives du Québec
Regroupement des Magasins-Partage de l’île de Montréal
Regroupement des organismes du Montréal ethnique pour le
logement (ROMEL)
Regroupement pour la Valorisation de la Paternité (Le) (RVP)
(Carrefour Familial Hochelaga)
Rendez-vous familial Pointe-Saint-Charles
Réseau d’aide aux personnes seules et itinérantes de Montréal (Le)
(RAPSIM)
Roseraie Bleue, Rayon d’Espoir (La) (A.R.B.R.E.)
Scouts Canada (Quebec Council)
Scouts du Montréal métropolitain (Les)
SEP (Service d’Entraide Passerelle)
Solidarité de parents de personnes handicapées
20122011
$$
139,350138,500
91,24591,245
80,00063,333
169,480169,480
81,53281,532
198,690223,690
210,000210,000
50,00050,000
16,83516,835
75,00075,000
110,200110,200
86,45086,450
592,458587,458
92,13172,700
455,495455,495
160,790160,790
90,00090,000
114,200114,200
75,00050,000
65,70065,200
112,000112,000
123,640123,640
224,875224,875
78,89578,895
15,90015,900
99,00099,000
75,00075,000
60,00060,000
177,000177,000
130,190130,190
104,000104,000
101,800101,800
60,00060,000
67,98067,980
31,70031,700
122,090122,090
63,00063,000
170,000170,000
175,000175,000
91,73090,130
135,000135,000
49 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-3
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Regional Territorial Committee (CONTINUED)
Suicide-Action Montréal
Third Avenue Resource Centre, Parents in Action for
Education program
Trail’s End Camp (CCS – services communautaires catholiques)
Union des travailleurs et travailleuses accidenté(e)s de Montréal
(UTTAM)
West-Island Association for the Intellectually Handicapped
West Island Citizen Advocacy
Women’s Centre of Montréal
Women’s Y of Montreal (YWCA)
YMCAs of Québec (The) (community development services)
Miscellaneous projects
Territorial Committee South Shore, Centre-West of
Montreal and Centre-North of Montreal
1,2,3 GO! Saint-Michel – Femmes-Relais
Accès Bénévolat
Accessibilité – Côte-des-Neiges (Centre de ressources
communautaires Côte-des-Neiges)
Accessibilité – Projet de rapprochement interculturel de Villeray
(Conseil communautaire Solidarités Villeray)
Action Communiterre
Agence Ometz
Alternative – Centregens
Association coopérative d’économie familiale de la Rive-Sud (ACEF)
Association coopérative d’économie familiale du nord de Montréal (ACEF)
Association sclérose en plaques Rive-Sud
Au Second Lieu
Auberge du cœur l’Antre-temps Longueuil
Baobab familial
BÉNADO
Boîte à lettres de Longueuil (La), programme Tremplin vers l’autonomie
Bonne Boîte Bonne Bouffe – Roussillon/Rive-Sud
Bouffe-Action de Rosemont
Bureau de la communauté haïtienne de Montréal
Cafétéria communautaire Multi Caf (La)
Carrefour communautaire de Rosemont l’Entre-Gens
Carrefour communautaire Montrose
Carrefour Familial du Richelieu
Carrefour Le Moutier
Carrefour populaire de Saint-Michel
Centre communautaire de loisir de la Côte-des-Neiges
Centre Communautaire des Aînées et des Aînés de Longueuil
Centre communautaire Rendez-vous 50+
Centre d’action bénévole d’Iberville et de la région
Centre d’action bénévole de Boucherville
Centre d’action bénévole de Saint-Hubert
Centre d’action bénévole de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Centre d’action bénévole Interaction de Noyan et de Clarenceville
20122011
$$
185,120185,120
110,00080,000
163,131166,392
167,510167,510
71,28571,285
83,27083,270
222,000272,000
415,735415,735
1,486,7541,486,754
39,31837,230
13,289,26613,409,082
80,00030,000
164,995164,995
40,00040,000
40,00040,000
110,500110,500
320,000320,000
154,875154,600
193,049176,670
133,350133,350
115,000115,000
93,37552,250
151,775121,775
110,487110,487
191,780191,780
116,600116,600
30,00035,000
145,000145,000
73,00075,000
185,200185,200
208,000208,000
64,00064,000
118,198118,198
121,000121,000
117,800117,800
207,200207,200
81,00081,000
60,24060,240
72,33071,625
85,00085,000
85,00085,000
75,00075,000
35,60035,600
50 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-4
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee South Shore, Centre-West of
Montreal and Centre-North of Montreal (CONTINUED)
Centre d’entraide régional d’Henryville (CERH)
Centre de Bénévolat de la Rive-Sud
Centre de femmes du Haut-Richelieu
Centre de femmes l’Éclaircie
Centre de femmes Vie Nous V’Elles
Centre des femmes d’ici et d’ailleurs
Centre éducatif communautaire René-Goupil
Comité d’action de Parc Extension
Comité logement de la Petite-Patrie
Comité logement Rosemont
Comité logement social de Roussillon
Complexe Le Partage
Conseil communautaire Notre-Dame-de-Grâce – Benny Farm
Conseil communautaire Solidarités Villeray
Contactivity Centre
CooPÈRE Rosemont
Corne d’abondance – Entraide alimentaire et solidarité (La)
Corporation de développement communautaire de Côte-des-Neiges
(Centre de ressources communautaires Côte-des-Neiges)
Corporation de développement communautaire de Longueuil –
Vie de quartier (Hébergement La Casa Bernard-Hubert)
Corporation de développement communautaire de Rosemont
(Bouffe-Action de Rosemont)
Côte-des-Neiges Black Community Association
Créations etc…, programme Projet d’intervention Rousselot
Croisée de Longueuil (La)
Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors
Écho des femmes de la Petite Patrie (L’)
Entraide chez nous (L’)
Famille à Cœur
Head & Hands/À deux mains
Hébergement La Casa Bernard-Hubert
Joujouthèque Saint-Michel
Loisirs thérapeutiques de Saint-Hubert (Les)
Macadam Sud
Maison de Jonathan (La)
Maison de la famille de Saint-Michel
Maison de la famille La Parentr’aide
Maison de la famille LeMoyne
Maison de Quartier Villeray
Maison d’Haïti
Maison des grands-parents de Villeray (La)
Maison La Virevolte (La)
Maison Tremplin de Longueuil
Moisson Rive-Sud
Mon Resto Saint-Michel
Mouvement S.E.M. (sensibilisation pour une enfance meilleure)
NDG 2020 – Mobilisation des résidents (Conseil communautaire
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce)
20122011
$$
57,70057,700
267,545267,545
40,000–
80,00080,000
124,200123,850
120,000120,000
184,804184,804
76,40076,400
91,63591,635
139,046139,046
110,00070,000
35,000–
45,000–
91,000101,000
67,64567,645
–37,500
110,000110,000
41,00041,000
135,000100,250
72,00042,000
150,930150,930
30,00030,000
211,910186,910
275,000275,000
89,40089,400
167,264157,264
118,800117,600
145,950145,950
115,000115,000
50,000–
94,33094,330
50,000–
241,405216,405
–90,000
121,000106,000
78,50048,500
169,480169,480
50,000–
76,50076,500
131,918112,258
188,875159,100
85,00085,000
139,000139,000
132,308132,308
80,00080,000
51 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-5
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee South Shore, Centre-West of
Montreal and Centre-North of Montreal (CONTINUED)
NDG Food Depot
N.D.G. Senior Citizens’ Council
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Community Council
Organisation d’éducation et d’information logement de Côte-desNeiges (ŒIL)
Organisation multiressources pour les personnes atteintes de
cancer (OMPAC)
Pact de rue, projet ado communautaire en travail de rue
Park Extension Youth Organization (PEYO)
Patro Le Prevost
Programme d’aide aux jeunes mères : L’Envol
Project Genesis
PROMIS (PROMotion, Intégration, Société nouvelle)
Regroupement des camarades du Vallon
Regroupement des Tables de concertation de la Petite-Patrie (RTCPP)
(Comité logement de la Petite-Patrie)
Rencontre Châteauguoise (La)
Re-Nou-Vie
Service d’action bénévole « Au cœur du jardin »
Service d’aide et de liaison pour immigrants – La Maisonnée
Service d’interprète d’aide et de référence aux immigrants
(SIARI)
Sourire sans Fin
Vivre Saint-Michel en santé (Centre éducatif communautaire
René-Goupil)
Women on the Rise
Territorial Committee Centre-East of Montreal,
Laval and East-End of Montreal
Accessibilité – Carrefour de Ressources en Interculturel – CRIC
(Carrefour de Ressources en Interculturel)
Action centre-ville (Montréal)
Antre-Jeunes de Mercier-Est (L’), programme Garage des jeunes
Association coopérative d’économie familiale de l’est de Montréal
(ACEF)
Association coopérative d’économie familiale de l’île Jésus (ACEF)
Association coopérative d’économie familiale du Centre (Option
consommateurs)
Association lavalloise de parents et amis pour le bien-être mental
(ALPABEM)
Association pour aînés résidant à Laval
Ateliers d’éducation populaire du Plateau
Au coup de pouce Centre-Sud
Auberge du cœur l’Escalier (Les Habitations l’Escalier de Montréal)
Bureau d’aide et d’assistance familiale Place Saint-Martin
Carrefour d’alimentation et de partage Saint-Barnabé
Carrefour des femmes d’Anjou
Carrefour Familial Hochelaga
20122011
$$
97,00092,000
114,000114,000
42,00082,000
120,150120,150
96,08096,080
75,00075,000
170,690170,690
325,750325,750
193,372166,200
252,000252,000
170,000175,000
1,1506,050
42,00035,520
163,000158,000
130,322127,745
69,03569,035
148,000148,000
110,000110,000
133,474123,500
180,524168,375
65,50065,500
11,358,94610,815,775
85,00045,000
122,000122,000
58,50058,500
138,040138,040
152,000152,000
119,145119,145
73,00073,000
93,82093,820
116,820116,820
77,71077,710
98,00098,000
94,30094,300
80,00080,000
76,20076,200
176,402175,750
52 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-6
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee Centre-East of Montreal,
Laval and East-End of Montreal (continued)
Carrefour familial Les Pitchou
Carrefour Parenfants
CCSE Maisonneuve
Center for AIDS Services of Montreal
Centre communautaire Le Rendez-vous des aînés(es) (Laval)
Centre communautaire Val-Martin
Centre d’éducation et d’action des femmes de Montréal
Centre d’implication libre de Laval – C.I.L.L.
Centre de bénévolat et Moisson Laval
Centre de promotion communautaire Le Phare
Centre des aînés du réseau d’entraide de Saint-Léonard
Centre des femmes de Laval (Le)
Centre des femmes de Rivière-des-Prairies
Chez-nous de Mercier-Est (Le)
Chic Resto Pop (Le)
CHOC Carrefour d’Hommes en Changement
Comité d’animation du troisième âge de Laval (CATAL)
Comité de développement local de Chomedey
Comité logement du Plateau Mont-Royal
Concertation Saint-Léonard (Accueil aux immigrants de l’Est de Montréal)
Conseil pour le développement local et communautaire
d’Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (Le Chic Resto Pop)
Conseil pour le développement local et communautaire
d’Hochelaga-Maisonneuve – Revitalisation du sud-ouest
Corporation de développement communautaire Action
Solidarité Grand Plateau (La Maison d’Aurore)
Corporation de développement communautaire Centre-Sud
(Au coup de pouce Centre-Sud)
Corporation de développement communautaire de la Pointe –
Région est de Montréal (Les Relevailles de Montréal)
Corporation de développement communautaire de Laval (CDC)
Corporation de développement communautaire de Rivière-des Prairies (CDC-RDP) (Centre des femmes de Rivière-des-Prairies)
Corporation Félix-Hubert d’Hérelle (La)
Diapason-Jeunesse
Entraide Pont-Viau/Laval-des-Rapides (L’)
Épilepsie Montréal Métropolitain
Escale Famille Le Triolet
Groupe d’entraide de Mercier-Ouest (GEMO)
Infologis de l’Est de l’île de Montréal
Je Passe Partout
Je réussis
Maison À Petits Pas (La)
Maison d’Aurore (La)
Maison de la famille Cœur-à-Rivière
Maison de la Famille de Saint-François
Maison de la famille de Saint-Léonard
Maison de Quartier de Fabreville (La)
Maison des Enfants de l’île de Montréal (La)
20122011
$$
173,187173,187
65,00065,000
170,130170,130
48,00048,000
74,60074,600
148,000148,000
100,000100,000
82,87882,658
241,775236,775
110,000146,200
83,14083,140
133,500133,500
85,00085,000
122,500122,500
126,320126,320
105,275105,275
68,00068,000
10,653–
127,015127,015
39,00039,000
42,00042,000
34,300–
41,00041,000
40,00085,000
98,50083,500
70,00070,000
42,00042,000
162,000162,000
64,00040,000
87,00087,000
137,100137,100
114,400114,400
70,00050,000
134,000134,000
136,500136,500
132,448132,448
88,37990,860
131,005131,130
69,00069,000
67,00067,000
50,00050,000
155,000155,000
137,000137,000
53 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-7
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee Centre-East of Montreal, Laval and East-End of Montreal (continued)
Maison des familles de Mercier-Est (La)
Mercier-Ouest, Quartier en santé
Mercier-Ouest, Quartier en santé – Mobilisation citoyenne
Parentèle de Laval (La)
Passages : ressources pour jeunes femmes en difficulté
Peter McGill Community Council (YMCAs of Québec)
Plein milieu, programme de travail de milieu
Projet 80
Projet Changement – centre communautaire pour aînés
Projet Harmonie (Le)
Projet T.R.I.P. (toxicomanie, relation d’aide, information,
prévention)
Radio centre-ville Saint-Louis
Regroupement des familles monoparentales et recomposées de
Laval (Le)
Relais communautaire de Laval (Le)
Relance Jeunes et Familles (La)
Resto Plateau
ROCHA – Regroupement des organismes et des citoyens et
citoyennes humanitaire d’Anjou (Le) (Carrefour Solidarité
Anjou)
Saint-François en action (Mythes et Réalités) (Centre Défi Jeunesse de Saint-François)
Santropol Roulant
Service d’aide communautaire Anjou
Service d’éducation et de sécurité alimentaire de Mercier-Est
(SÉSAME)
Solidarité Mercier-Est
Spectre de rue, programme Travail de milieu
Table de concertation Faubourg Saint-Laurent (YMCA du Québec)
Table Ronde de Saint-Léonard (La)
Volunteer Bureau of Montreal
Yellow Door Elderly Project / La Porte Jaune
Territorial Committee North-End of Montreal,
South-West of Montreal and West Island
Accessibilité – Table de concertation en relations interculturelles
de Verdun (CASA-CAFI – Centre d’aide aux familles
immigrantes)
Action-Gardien, table de concertation communautaire de
Pointe-Saint-Charles (Clinique communautaire Pointe-Saint-Charles)
Action-Gardien, table de concertation communautaire de
Pointe-Saint-Charles – Mobilisation citoyenne OPA
(Clinique communautaire Pointe-Saint-Charles)
Action santé de Pointe-Saint-Charles
Amitié Soleil
Ancre des jeunes (L’)
20122011
$$
123,000126,400
42,00062,000
23,500–
128,023128,023
125,040125,040
44,000–
90,52878,333
215,000180,000
176,231176,231
50,00050,000
95,00095,000
105,000105,000
145,000145,000
67,00067,000
187,075144,500
50,00070,000
110,000112,000
115,30060,000
70,00075,000
209,100234,100
65,00065,000
143,00086,000
48,33448,334
43,50057,250
115,000115,000
234,000234,000
57,15057,150
8,654,3238,407,884
40,00040,000
42,00072,000
35,000–
98,30098,300
106,700106,700
170,461170,461
54 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-8
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee North-End of Montreal,
South-West of Montreal and West Island (continued)
Association coopérative d’économie familiale du sud-ouest de
Montréal (ACEF)
Association l’Amitié n’a pas d’âge
Auberge communautaire du Sud-Ouest
Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Island
Boys and Girls Club of LaSalle
CAPSSOM – Comité d’action en persévérance scolaire du
Sud-Ouest de Montréal
CARI St-Laurent (Centre d’accueil et de référence sociale et
économique pour immigrants)
Carrefour d’aide aux nouveaux arrivants (CANA)
Carrefour d’éducation populaire de Pointe-Saint-Charles
Carrefour d’entraide Lachine
Carrefour des 6-12 ans de Pierrefonds-Est
Centre communautaire Bon courage de Place Benoît
Centre d’action bénévole de Montréal-Nord
Centre d’action bénévole et communautaire Saint-Laurent
Centre d’activités pour le maintien de l’équilibre émotionnel de
Montréal-Nord (CAMÉÉ)
Centre d’appui aux communautés immigrantes de BordeauxCartierville (CACI)
Centre d’initiatives pour le développement communautaire L’Unité
Centre des femmes de Verdun
Centre du Vieux Moulin de LaSalle
Centre multi-ressources de Lachine
Cloverdale Multi-Ressources
Club populaire des consommateurs de Pointe-Saint-Charles
Coalition de la Petite-Bourgogne, Quartier en santé (Centre de
gestion communautaire du Sud-Ouest)
Comité d’éducation aux adultes de la Petite-Bourgogne et de
Saint-Henri (CÉDA)
Comité de vie de quartier Duff-Court (COVIQ)
Comité des organismes sociaux de Saint-Laurent (COSSL)
(Centre d’action bénévole et communautaire Saint-Laurent)
Comité des organismes sociaux de Saint-Laurent (COSSL) –
Projet Place Benoit (Centre des femmes de Saint-Laurent)
Comité logement Ahuntsic-Cartierville
Comité logement de Montréal-Nord
Comité logement Lachine-LaSalle
Concert’Action Lachine (Comité logement Lachine-LaSalle)
Concertation en développement social de Verdun (Comité d’action
des citoyennes et citoyens de Verdun)
Concertation Ville-Émard et Côte-Saint-Paul (Maison d’entraide
St-Paul et Émard)
Conseil Local des Intervenants Communautaires de Bordeaux Cartierville (CLIC) (Centre d’action bénévole de BordeauxCartierville)
Conseil Local des Intervenants Communautaires de Bordeaux Cartierville (CLIC) – Rui Laurentien/Grenet
Corbeille – Bordeaux-Cartierville (La)
20122011
$$
162,005162,005
56,50056,500
155,000155,000
131,760131,760
171,890171,890
–32,000
193,500160,000
144,000124,000
120,000120,000
144,155144,155
103,003103,003
35,000–
–40,000
101,705101,705
75,00055,000
130,000130,000
43,50043,500
133,690133,690
108,200108,200
122,520122,520
157,000152,000
72,32372,323
86,00039,000
126,120127,120
80,50080,500
39,00039,000
50,00045,000
85,46485,464
50,000–
87,20087,200
39,00039,000
39,00039,000
59,12536,000
41,00086,000
45,000–
70,00070,000
55 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-9
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee North-End of Montreal,
South-West of Montreal and West Island (continued)
Corbeille de pain Lac-Saint-Louis
Coup de pouce jeunesse de Montréal-Nord
Dawson Community Centre
Entre parents de Montréal-Nord
Famijeunes
Fondation de la Visite (La)
Fourchettes de l’Espoir (Les)
Friends for Mental Health, West Island
Groupe d’Actions Locales Terrain – GALT (Opération Jeunesse
Ville-Émard/Côte-St-Paul)
Halte-femmes de Montréal-Nord
Madame prend congé (Centre des femmes de Pointe-Saint-Charles)
Maison d’entraide St-Paul et Émard
Maison des parents de Bordeaux-Cartierville (La)
Montreal Italian Women’s Centre (Centro Donne)
Montréal-Nord en santé (Un itinéraire pour tous)
Mouvement jeunesse Montréal-Nord (café-jeunesse multiculturel)
Nutri-Centre LaSalle
Pacific Path Institute
Pause-Famille
P.O.P.I.R. – Comité logement
Project P.A.L.
Projet communautaire de Pierrefonds
RAP Jeunesse (Rue-Action-Prévention), programme Éducateur
de rue
Regroupement information-logement de Pointe-Saint-Charles
(R.I.L.)
Service de nutrition et d’action communautaire (SNAC)
Solidarité Ahuntsic (Service de nutrition et d’action
communautaire – SNAC)
Solidarité Ahuntsic – Approche intégrée d’intervention (Service
de nutrition et d’action communautaire – SNAC)
Solidarité Saint-Henri (Comité d’éducation aux adultes de la
Petite-Bourgogne et de Saint-Henri – CÉDA)
Solidarité Saint-Henri – Mobilisation Turcot (Comité d’éducation
aux adultes de la Petite-Bourgogne et de Saint-Henri – CÉDA)
Table de développement social de LaSalle (Club Garçons et Filles
de LaSalle)
Table de quartier du Nord-Ouest de l’Île de Montréal
(Maison des jeunes A-MA-BAIE)
Toujours ensemble
Travail de rue/Action communautaire (TRAC)
Un itinéraire pour tous
Un milieu ouvert sur ses écoles (Carrefour jeunesse emploi
Ahuntsic)
Verdun Citizen’s Action Committee
Volunteer Bureau of Bordeaux-Cartierville
Volunteer West-Island
West Island Community Resource Centre
20122011
$$
–21,250
109,570121,570
220,450220,450
117,00099,000
172,855172,855
175,000125,000
100,00070,000
100,461100,461
40,000–
133,695133,695
79,42079,420
116,000116,000
100,000100,000
89,30089,300
39,00064,000
104,825104,825
119,000119,000
211,673211,673
83,74053,500
115,240115,240
180,577180,577
71,37571,375
105,00090,000
80,00080,000
131,000131,000
42,00062,000
50,000–
42,00042,000
17,000–
39,00039,000
44,00044,000
217,303217,303
115,700115,700
130,000130,000
60,00060,000
82,92482,924
103,200103,200
108,120108,120
80,00080,000
56 | CENTRAIDE OF GREATER MONTREAL’S ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012
schedule B-10
Allocations to agencies (CONTINUED)
Years ended March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2011
Territorial Committee North-End of Montreal,
South-West of Montreal and West Island (continued)
West-Island Women’s Centre
West Island Youth Action (AJOI)
Capacity and Leadership Building
1,2,3 GO! Ahuntsic (Centre 1,2,3 GO!)
1,2,3 GO! Longueuil (Les Partenaires de la petite enfance de
Longueuil-Ouest)
1,2,3 GO! Mercier-Ouest (Mercier-Ouest, Quartier en santé)
1,2,3 GO! Pointe de l’Île (Centre 1,2,3 GO!)
1,2,3 GO! Rivière-des-Prairies
1,2,3 GO! Saint-Michel
Business Volunteers
Centre de formation populaire C.F.P.
Centre for Community Organizations (COCo) (YMCAs of
Québec)
Centre St-Pierre, programme de formation (Centre St-Pierre)
Coalition montréalaise des tables de quartier (Mercier-Ouest
Quartier en santé)
Collectif d’animation urbaine L’Autre Montréal
Corporation de développement communautaire de Longueuil –
Formation (Hébergement La Casa Bernard-Hubert)
Programme de soutien aux leaders rassembleurs (Centre 1,2,3 GO!)
Projet de développement de pratiques d’évaluation des organismes
de lutte au décrochage (Maison de Jonathan)
Projet de soutien à l’évaluation des résultats – C.F.P.
Projet de soutien à la gouvernance dans le secteur des personnes
handicapées (AlterGo)
Relais-femmes, programme de formation (Maison Parent-Roback)
20122011
$$
50,00050,000
65,00050,000
7,792,0497,434,434
–27,000
–27,000
–20,000
–27,000
–8,600
–77,000
50,00050,000
156,600156,600
128,000128,000
185,000185,000
40,000–
70,00070,000
70,00070,000
199,603176,412
–60,000
200,275–
–125,000
70,00070,000
1,169,4781,277,612
Special projects
397,117502,686
Miscellaneous allocations
541,269493,824
United Way of Canada
421,915432,413
Total
43,624,36342,773,710
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