Groupe Lepelco Assurance provides financial support to charitable organizations and social causes, as well as to events and projects that reflect our values.
OUR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Groupe Lepelco is wholeheartedly committed to the values of giving back to the community and promoting unity. This is why we are involved in various local organizations and groups.
With 30 years of experience in philanthropy, Opération Enfant Soleil is innovating by implementing the first philanthropic certification for businesses in Quebec, called ENTREPRISE ENFANT SOLEIL.
This annual philanthropic certification targets committed companies who are committed and willing to invest in carrying out numerous projects to support the health of children in Quebec. It’s an incredible way to:
• Stand out from the competition
• Be part of the Entreprises Enfant Soleil community
• Federate, retain and mobilize your employees
• Associate your company with a strong and inspiring brand in Quebec
• Support the cause
L'Arc-en-ciel is a non-profit organization working to prevent addiction and promote healthy lifestyle habits.
Their services are varied and take into account the needs of each target clientele: young people and their parents, community workers and the region’s corporate community.
AVRDI is an organization whose mission is to help natural and foster families integrate their family member with an intellectual disability into society through recreational, social and socio-cultural activities.
Simultaneously a guide and a place to meet, talk and gain experience, AVRDI offers a wide range of activities to stimulate talents and interests. Its participants blossom and develop, thus greatly facilitating their social integration.
In short, AVRDI is a great big family of members (aged 13 to 76) and their family and friends, volunteers and dedicated staff, who are building a better future together.
The Tour de la Montagne Desjardins is a foot race around Mont Saint-Hilaire. Completed last year by more than 1,500 runners, the race is now a proven success.
Come run in an exceptional setting alongside Mont Saint-Hilaire, Canada’s first Biosphere Reserve, bordered by blooming orchards and the Richelieu River, in the heart of the Vallée-du-Richelieu region.
Tour de la Montagne Desjardins CHALLENGES and HALF-MARATHON participants receive a medal and a healthy box lunch after the race.
Since January 24, 1992—for 27 years now—La Maison Victor-Gadbois has been providing cancer patients 18 and over with specialized palliative care, free of charge, in a setting filled with dignity and serenity.
In a calm and welcoming atmosphere, it favours support, listening and empathy. The great humanity that inhabits La Maison reflects a deep-held respect for each individual.
Combined with the expertise of its staff, this contributes to the quality of life of its clients and allows people to reconnect with or maintain their sense of dignity.
The Maison de répit l'Intermède offers respite to families living with a person with an intellectual disability or an autism spectrum disorder, either in its facilities or in the home.
L’Intermède is a warm, safe environment with a family atmosphere. With an energetic and skilled team, L’Intermède offers quality services that respect the needs of clients and their families.
The AHMB helps young people learn and develop their hockey skills in a supervised and motivating environment.
The objectives of the Association are to:
- Stimulate players’ interest in hockey
- Promote sportsmanship and responsible fans
- Help every hockey player to reach their full potential
- Participate in players’ development through various activities
- Promote hockey through the lenses of education, recreation and training
- Train adults involved in ice hockey in all categories
- Train and develop all levels of players and stakeholders
- Offer a sports environment that promotes equal opportunities for all by preventing and eliminating harassment
The CCIRS is the third largest network of business people in Quebec. Since 1959, its many members and its representation of the South Shore business community have solidified the CCIRS as a recognized spokesperson for business.
A catalyst for economic growth, it brings together and promotes the resources and businesses located in its territory.
The Chambre de commerce et d'industrie Vallée-du-Richelieu is a network of business people working for the economic, civic and social well-being of its members and the region, and for the development of their resources.
The CCIVR is a group of business people whose mission is to ensure the development of healthy businesses and a strong social environment
● Stimulating business meetings
● Support and tools for businesses and organizations
● Cooperation between socio-economic and political partners
● Concrete interventions central to entrepreneurial issues
This chamber of commerce has been a non-profit organization and member of the Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ) since 1952.
The Chambre de commerce Mont-Saint-Bruno
With more than 200 member businesses and organizations, the CCMSB is a dynamic and friendly chamber of commerce that has been actively involved in the economic, civic and social well-being of its members and the communities of Sainte-Julie, Saint-Basile and Saint-Bruno since 1952.
It has three homes, four workshops and an administrative office.
Seventeen people living with an intellectual disability welcome and share their daily life with assistants who provide the necessary support for their needs.