The event raised $150,000 for children’s charities across Montreal
Colliers Capital Markets Canada proudly sponsored the 28th Dankooz Charity Golf Tournament, supporting children's charities, in Montreal, including The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation and CHU Sainte-Justine Hospital.
The Royal Montreal Golf Club, renowned for its 150 years of golf history, served as the venue for the Dankooz Charity Golf Tournament. The event brought together commercial real estate investment leaders from across Canada. The success of the event was made possible under the guidance of the organizing committee, which included Colliers’ Alexandre Ménard, Senior Vice President of Capital Markets and individuals from Woodbourne Capital Management, Fiera, Otera Capital, Claridge Real Estate, Ivanhoé Cambridge, Davies Ward Phillips and Vineberg LLP, and BTB Real Estate Investment Trust.
The tournament proved to be an overwhelming success, raising an impressive $150,000 in support of various youth causes and charities.
In line with our dedication to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles, Colliers also recently unveiled Colliers Gives, our new globally branded volunteer program. This program further solidified the Colliers commitment to Do What's Right, bringing together our employees to measure, celebrate, and amplify the positive impact made in our communities, both locally and globally. Colliers Gives serves as a testament to the ongoing efforts to support causes aligned with our values, and it complemented sponsorship of events like the Dankooz Charity Golf Tournament.
Through Colliers Gives, we aim to enhance our ability to assess the collective influence we have on our communities, in partnership with our employees and clients. Teams from various offices actively engage in volunteer initiatives during work hours, with the choice of activities and supported organizations determined by local teams, which has included the Canadian Cancer Society, the MS Society of Canada, the BC Children's Hospital, the Immigrants Education Society, Movember, the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa, PEI Pride, and the Black Opportunity Fund, among others.
Congratulations to all parties involved.
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