Montreal, May 9, 2015 – Centraide of Greater Montreal and the Montreal Impact Foundation are partnering once again this year for the 4th edition of the Centraide Cup, which will take place on September 12 and 13 at Stade Saputo, to raise money in support of underprivileged families and youth.
Lili-Anna Pereša, President and Executive Director of Centraide of Greater Montreal, and Joey Saputo, President of the Montreal Impact and honorary patron of the Montreal Impact Foundation, will make the announcement today at the Impact match at Stade Saputo, which will be attended by organizations participating in this inter-company soccer tournament.
The Centraide Cup is a unique sporting event that gives employees from about thirty participating companies the chance to play on the renowned MLS field. The public can attend the matches, as the stadium will be open free of charge on September 12 and 13, and activities and games will be available for kids.
The cost to register for the Centraide Cup is $15,000 per team. For more information or to register, please visit centraide-mtl.org or write to email@example.com. Participants can also raise money through an online canvassing form.
Launched in 2012, the Centraide Cup has raised approximately $1.1 million.
About the Montreal Impact Foundation
The mission of the Montreal Impact Foundation is to organize and support activities to advance education and improve the quality of life of impoverished children and their families. The Foundation’s logo was created with its mission in mind: the child-like writing represents the reason for its existence—the children—while the heart symbolizes the energy and love needed to give them hope.
Centraide of Greater Montreal supports over 360 agencies and projects that help one out of seven people on the Island of Montreal, in Laval and on the South Shore. Centraide's areas of action include supporting the success of youth, taking care of the essentials, breaking social isolation and building caring communities. Nearly 57,000 volunteers are involved with the agencies in its network, and 22,000 volunteers help organize the annual campaign.