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You are here: Home> Personal > Caisse Desjardins de Beloeil–Mont-Saint-Hilaire > Involvement in the community

Involvement in the community

The caisse understands the challenges and issues facing its members. With their support, it can provide its fellow citizens with valuable help regarding initiatives aimed at common betterment and the advancement of society.

Your caisse supports local and regional initiatives in various areas.

Fill out the sponsorship application form (in French only, PDF, 648 KB) - This link will open in a new window..

The caisse pays out donations and sponsorships in the following areas:

  • Education
  • Health and healthy lifestyles
  • Economic development and the environment
  • Cooperation
  • Culture
  • Humanitarian aid and community services

Applications for donations and sponsorships are carefully analyzed and evaluated by the communications team and the general management of the caisse. Requests for $2,000 or more in financial aid will be reviewed by caisse officers. Sponsor visibility plans proposed by organizations should reflect the amount of assistance requested. If you have any questions about donations and sponsorships, please contact Amélie Poulin, Communications, Social Media and Associative Affaires Manager, by phone at 450-467-2000, ext. 7121248, or by email - This link will open in a new window..

We wish to thank and congratulate all community organizations for their devotion and commitment to the community. We want to help you by cooperating with you in developing our region's community life. Your caisse is pleased to contribute to local economic development by supporting many growth-generating initiatives.

The Community Development Fund serves to redistribute a portion of the cooperative's surplus earnings to the community. Following a proposal by the board of directors, during the annual general meeting, members decide what portion of the surplus earnings will be paid into the community fund. Through their caisse, members can support causes that are important to them.

Members who sit on the board of directors manage the community fund. Every year, they report on the fund at the annual general meeting.

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