Big success for Gastronomy Go 2.0 event

The Anna-Laberge Foundation is proud to announce the huge success of its Gastronomy To Go 2.0 fundraising activity, presented by Desjardins, with a net profit of over $25,000. This brand new formula, offering 5-course meal boxes from various local restaurants, was a success in every way, with the announcement of a sell-out event where 360 ​​people feasted for the benefit of the cause.

Permanent staff, volunteers and the Thibert Volunteer Squad of the Anna-Laberge Foundation.

This activity was made possible thanks to the generosity of valued partners such as: Desjardins, Thibert, Gravite, Christian Dubey, Minister of Health and Social Services and MNA for La Prairie and Mariechantel Chase, MNA for Chateaugue.

The Anna-Laberge Foundation was able to rely on information from a variety of local restaurants and merchants that offered a unique tasting experience. Bistro Chez Julian, Domaine de la Templarie, Culinary Cave Bear and Blue Ribbon decorated the participants’ plates. The Foundation also thanks its partners in goods and services, such as Cascades, Ficault Kia, restaurant Grégoire & Fils and R. Pinsault & Fils.


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