Maison Enfant Soleil signée Bonneville

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Opération Enfant Soleil is proud to continue its association with Bonneville Homes for the completion of the 2018 Maison Enfant Soleil by Bonneville. The winner will receive a prize worth $500,000, including the fully decorated and furnished house as well as funds for purchasing land in the town of his or her choice.

The draw will take place live on August 9 on Salut Bonjour, which is broadcast on the TVA network.

Tickets will be available for $10 at RE/MAX, Familiprix, Couche-Tard, Réno-Dépôt and Rona. You can also get them online here.

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Partners

The Maison Enfant Soleil, signée Bonneville, was a significant undertaking that could not have been accomplished without the support of numerous partners who have Opération Enfant Soleil’s mission at heart.

The partners of the Maison Enfant Soleil all jumped into this fundraising campaign with generosity and determination. Year after year, their involvement and support help improve the quality of care for sick children all over Quebec.

Official construction company

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Bonneville

Major partners

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IKEA LOWE'S Canada TD

Sales networks

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REMAX Familiprix Couche-Tard Réno-Dépôt Rona

Media partners

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TVA Journal de Québec Journal de Montréal Rythme

Collaborators

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Coffrage Daniel Lampron Fenplast MAAX Maibec Preverco
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Colonial Élégance Générasol Impérial group Prostationnement Foyers Don-Bar
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Les marchés Pépin Muralunique Urbanimersive
Dany Bonneville - co-president, Industries Bonneville; Anne Hudon - Chief Executive Officer, Opération Enfant Soleil; Alain Dumas - spokesperson; Angéline Lamy, Enfant Soleil

Dany Bonneville, co-president of Bonneville Homes, is very proud to see the family business pursue its philanthropic mission. He was thrilled to unveil the image of this magnificent home, which will bear Angéline’s name in honour of the project’s Enfant Soleil ambassador. Angéline suffered from acute respiratory distress syndrome when she was one. Her lungs were seriously afflicted, her liver was visibly swollen and, initially, treatments didn’t produce the expected results. Fortunately, the use of a high-frequency ventilator and the installation of chest tubes for each lung allowed her to recover. Today, Angéline is six years old. She is healthy and can aspire to a normal life.

Last year, more than $2 million was raised by ticket sales for the draw. Since the first edition, draws for Enfant Soleil houses have helped raise over $22 million.