Maison Enfant Soleil signée Bonneville

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Opération Enfant Soleil is proud to continue its association with Bonneville Homes for a seventh consecutive year to create the 2021 Maison Enfant Soleil signée Bonneville.

This unique model was specially designed for Opération Enfant Soleil.

The California-style design showcases natural materials and an interplay between different levels inspired by the ’60s and ’70s. This gorgeous multi-level house of over 2,000 square feet is enhanced by impressive wooden cathedral ceilings more than 14 feet high. You will fall in love with the retro lines of the covered entrance and your family will enjoy the large open space.

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Éloïse, 14 years old | Ambassador for the 2021 Maison Enfant Soleil

I was born with right ventricular hypoplasia with pulmonary atresia. In the first four years of my life, I underwent four surgeries to correct the malformations of my small heart.”

“Each time, we had to face the fear that she wouldn’t survive it.”
—Catherine, Éloïse’s mother

“If I am doing well today, it is because in Quebec, we have the necessary equipment to allow doctors to do their jobs in the best conditions. THANK YOU!”

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This inspiring project has been a tremendous success thanks to the extraordinary commitment of our major partners: Les Industries Bonneville, official construction company, IKEA, official furniture supplier and decorator, Lowe’s Canada, official supplier of materials, and Groupe Banque TD, main supplier of the land.

A project of this scale would not have been possible without the support of companies in the provincial sales network: RE/MAX, Familiprix, Couche-Tard, Réno-Dépôt, Rona ans Mikes Restaurants.

Official construction company

Major partners

Goods and services partners

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The involvement of all our partners, combined with community participation, will once again contribute to the realization of several projects in large pediatric centres, hospitals, and regional organizations in Quebec this year. More than 2.4 million dollars were raised by draw ticket sales this year, and more than 28 million dollars have been raised for the well-being of sick children since the first Maison Enfant Soleil draw in 1993.

Congratulations to Mr. Éric Tardif from Charlemagne (ticket no 176043), the draw’s lucky winner.

Mr. Tardif will be able to choose between the prize worth over $500,000, including the completely decorated and furnished house and funds for the purchase of land in the city of his/her choice, or the sum of $325,000 in cash. The draw for thirty-three (33) secondary prizes was also broadcast on the Opération Enfant Soleil Facebook page. It should be noted that even though the draw was postponed, no new tickets were printed for it.

Here are the names and ticket numbers of all the winners :

10x $200 gift cards at IKEA:
Joelle Taillefer (307486)
Mireille Quintal (253034)
Benoit Paquin (315481)
Nicolas Camiré (208759)
Isabelle Bernard (300673)
Gwenöelle Tardif-Demers (072494)
Isabelle Paradis (296015)
Paule L’Anglais (013860)
Claudine Simard (150390)
Leo Levesque (086848)

2x $1000 checks from REMAX
Sylvie Desnoyers (174719)
Laurance Picard (305436)

8x $250 gift cards at FAMILIPRIX
Luc Piché (305442)
Lise Boucher (185175)
Pascale Albernhe-Lahaie (297314)
Stéphanie Renaud (253039)
Lise Nadeau (143029)
Stéphane Rho (253042)
Claude Germain (102541)
Kristin Dubois (119221)

5x $500 gift cards at RONA or RÉNO-DÉPÔT
Benoit Paquin (083827)
Renaud Doyon (119055)
Linda Méthot (225250)
Jessie Larrivée-Pion (304078)
Marie-Chantal Laroche (296947)

4x $500 gift cards at OPTO-RÉSEAU
Catherine Tremblay (272220)
Hélène Nadeau (126977)
Lise Niquette (133205)
Donald Hébert (075831)

4x $250 gift cards at MIKES
Pyerrette Morache (107862)
Benjamin Destrempes (216022)
Louise Bastien (031018)
Sylvie Juteau (183036)

33 winners of secondary prizes