Bonneville Homes is a proud partner of the Heart & stroke Foundation of Quebec. The contribution helped raise critical funds for life-saving research. Our participation will help reduce the impact of heart disease and stroke and give our families, friends and neighbours more time to laugh, love and live.
Together, we can Make Death Wait.
Habitat for Humanity Canada (HFHC) is a non-profit organization working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. The organization mobilizes volunteers and partners to build simple, decent housing in order to provide low-income families with access to affordable homeownership. HFHC also raises awareness of the need for affordable housing and promotes homeownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty.
With the help of over 50,000 volunteers every year, HFHC's 69 affiliates nationwide have provided almost 1,800 Canadian families with safe, decent and affordable housing since the first Habitat home was built in Winkler, Manitoba in 1985. HFHC is a member of Habitat for Humanity International, which has built, rehabilitated, repaired or improved more than 400,000 houses worldwide, providing shelter for more than 2 million people sin ce it was founded in Americus, Georgia in 1976.
Habitat for Humanity Montreal (HFHM) was established in 1998, in response to a growing need for affordable housing across the Montreal Region. We are dedicated to helping families build a stronger future. At HFHM we build more than houses. We build homes. Homes, where families can find peace, shelter, safety, and comfort.
Thanks to the thousands of dedicated volunteers and donors who have shown unwavering commitment and generosity, we have helped 9 local families to realize their dream of home ownership, and opened the doors to security, confidence, hope and possibility.
Bonneville Homes is proud partners of the Lachine Bonneville Half Marathon to benefit the Alzheimer Society of Montréal to be held Sunday, August 24, 2014. In addition to encouraging people to put on his running shoes to train and excel in one or other of the five proposed distances, the organizers have decided to join a cause that is dear to them. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Alzheimer Society of Montreal to help people with this disease.
Two years in a row Dany Bonneville took part in the Furnace Creek 508 event.
Revealed by athletes to be « The Toughest 48 hours in Sport », the Furnace Creek event is an ultra-endurance challenge for bikers of all around the world. In 48 hours, bikers must cycle 508 miles (817 km) through the desert where the scorching hot weather during the day will transform into icy temperature at night. Along with 35,000 feet of elevation, these hard conditions mean this race is not for tourists of beginners.