The STM is recognized for its citizen engagement, it is mainly thanks to its active and retired employees.
If the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is recognized for its citizen engagement, it is mainly thanks to its active and retired employees. With donations from nearly 3,500 participants, the 56th edition of its annual generosity campaign raised $696,450 for four chosen organizations.
This large workplace fundraising campaign is in support of organizations that work to improve the daily quality of life of thousands of people, whether it be families in need, disaster victims or people with chronic diseases.
This significant gesture of solidarity, which also includes profits from the garage sale organized last fall, is distributed as follows: $307,690 for the Réchaud-bus, $144,460 for Centraide of Greater Montréal, $136,570 for the Quebec Division of the Red Cross and $107,730 for PartenaireSanté Québec.
The STM is pleased to associate its civic action with these four organizations, which are at the heart of Montrealers’ lives, and it is proud of the commitment of its employees who contribute to the community’s well-being.
Crédit : Louis-Étienne Doré
From left to right: Pascal Mathieu, General Manager of the Quebec Division of the Red Cross; Johanne Giguère, Executive Director of PartenaireSanté Québec; Luc Tremblay, Chief Executive Officer of the STM; Suna Ekmekcioglu, Centraide Annual Campaign Assistant Director and Robert Labelle, Chairman of the Réchaud-bus Board of Directors.