MONT-TREMBLANT, Qc, Dec. 8, 2019/CNW/Telbec/ - The organizers of Tremblant’s 24h are elated to announce the unprecedented success of their 19th edition. The event culminated in a record fundraising total of $4,789,709 in support of children’s causes, nearly $700,000 more than last year.
Who’s afraid of a little snow? Not us! So bundle up, head outside and face the music! For the upcoming 19th edition, Tremblant’s 24h organizers have whipped up a program of musical events that will have you dancing in your (snow) boots all weekend long on December 6, 7, and 8!
Tremblant’s 24h is proud to announce it has just signed the largest partnership in the event’s history with Freedom 55 Financial, a division of London Life Insurance Company. By the same stroke, Freedom 55 Financial becomes the official presenter of the event, which takes place this year December 8 to 10, 2017.
MONTREAL, June 01, 2017 – Tremblant’s 24h is proud to announce it has just signed the largest partnership in the event’s history with Freedom 55 Financial, a division of London Life Insurance Company. By the same stroke, Freedom 55 Financial becomes the official presenter of the event, which takes place this year December 8 to 10, 2017.
It’s a fact: after six years partnering with the 24h, the event is an integral part of Schneider Electric’s DNA.
Mont-Tremblant, December 11, 2016 – After more than 15,966 downhill runs by skiers and 28,899 km covered by walkers and runners, the 16th edition of Tremblant’s 24h ended today with a record $3,114,313 in donations. Motivated by children’s causes, participants handily surpassed this year’s ambitious target of $2.7 million. In addition to hitting a new high in the fundraising race, the event also broke an attendance record: 2,800 skiers, runners and walkers took part in the 24-hour event, divided into a grand total of 306 teams.
This year, Brookfield mobilized 14 teams (133 employees) on behalf of children and raised a record of $550,000 in donations.
Manuvie is delighted to support Tremblant’s 24h volunteer program. This year, Manuvie gives its warmest congratulations and thanks to John Lane. John has distinguished himself as a volunteer over several editions of Tremblant’s 24h. He always has a smile and his flexible attitude is most appreciated in an event of this size, where the unexpected is always to be expected!
Like his older brother Miko, Raphie adores sports, listing basketball and soccer as his favourites. He gets the chance to practice them, and nourish his hope of becoming the next Leo Messi, at sports camps made possible by the recLINK program, which is supported by the Ottawa Senators Foundation.
Émylou started limping during gym classes and hurt herself whenever she bumped into things. In July 2015, she was diagnosed with synovial cell sarcoma, a cancer that creates soft-tissue tumours. After chemotherapy proved unsuccessful, Émylou, just 9 at the time, had a leg amputated. Today she lives life to the fullest and wants to be a pastry chef, a hydrotherapist or an actor when she grows up.
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Riley loves going to summer camp and especially loves playing outdoors. In July 2012, he was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary hypertension; doctors told his parents he would probably not live to see his fifth birthday. He is now six, and like many sick children, he lives life with highs and lows. Still, there are enough highs to nourish Riley's hope of one day becoming a doctor himself so that he can help sick people.
Miko is really into sports: hockey, soccer, basketball, he loves them all! He gets the chance to practice his favourite sports, and nourish his hope of one day becoming a pro soccer player, at a specialized camp, which he attends through the RECLINK program supported by the Ottawa Senators Foundation.