Impact raises $16,000 by participating in the Leucan Shaved Heads Challenge

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month across MLS. The Montreal Impact joined the movement by participating in the Leucan Shaved Heads Challenge for a seventh consecutive year.

In all, the Montreal Impact team raised $16,000. Since 2012, the Impact has raised more than $81 000 to support Leucan and to help children diagnosed with cancer.

First team player Jason Beaulieu, many players and trainers from the Academy and Pre-Academy, members of the administrative team as well as three club supporters shaved their heads for a cause they hold dear. 

To the participants of the 2018 edition, thank you for your courage:

  • Jason Beaulieu – first team goalkeeper
  • Patrice Bernier – assistant coach to the Montreal Impact Academy teams
  • Eduardo Sebrango- head coach of the Montreal Impact Academy U14 team
  • Massimo Gatto – Montreal Impact Academy U14 player
  • Antoine N’Diaye - Montreal Impact Academy U14 player
  • Guilherme Gomes Sousa- Montreal Impact Academy U14 player
  • Maximilian Banfi - Montreal Impact Academy U17 player
  • Samuel Banfi - Montreal Impact Academy U17 player
  • Julien Obriot – Pre-Academy U9 educator 
  • Danielle Laperrière – Accountant at the Montreal Impact
  • Clément Tremblay – Montreal Impact supporter
  • Brian Therrien - Montreal Impact supporter
  • Edward Yoo - Montreal Impact supporter

Leucan promotes the recovery and the well-being of cancer-stricken children and supports their families by providing distinctive and tailored services and assistance through every stage of cancer and its side-effects. For more information about Leucan, visit the website: https://www.leucan.qc.ca/

 

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