The Le Mirage Golf Club was host yesterday to the sixth-ever Jonathan Drouin Golf Tournament. The benefit was a stunning success, bringing together 250 business movers and shakers and health professionals to raise $860,000 for the CHUM—increasing the total collected since 2018 to $4 million.
$860,000 to push the boundaries of medicine
The money raised from benefit events like the Jonathan Drouin Golf Tournament helps the CHUM’s teams continue to push the boundaries of medicine. These funds are used to purchase cutting-edge equipment, provide ever-more advanced and patient-focused care, develop innovative research projects, attract and train the next generation of talented professionals and support all kinds of worthy initiatives.
The tournament’s participants also got to hear the moving testimony of Martin Lecomte, a CHUM patient who underwent a lung transplant at age 49.
The Foundation celebrates 25 years of action
This year’s tournament has a special significance, as the Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary. For a quarter century now, our committed community have been the driving force behind one of the largest teaching hospitals in North America, empowering the CHUM to always be at the forefront of the latest breakthroughs and innovations.
Thank you to our valuable partners!
We’d like to express our gratitude to the event’s co-presenters, Toitures Hogue, National Bank — Lalonde-Doyon Group and Broccolini, as well as its partners: Pomerleau, Bell, Brivia, National Bank — Private Banking 1859, Collectif Santé Montréal, GardaWorld, EY, Manulife Investment Management, Montoni, Kaufmann de Suisse, IG Wealth Management, Groupe Park Avenue and Thirdbridge.
We’d also like to extend our warmest thanks to all the goods and services partners who helped make the day such a success: Avalanche, Bad Monkey, Benny & Co., Laiterie de Coaticook, Fin Soda, Gosselin Smokehouses, Groupe Park Avenue, Maple 3, Sapré Charles, La Cage, Oshlag, Snack Pow, Taste Italy and Toitures Hogue.