SHAWINIGAN — The Caisse Desjardins du Centre-de-la-Mauricie were handed out Wednesday the sum of $ 100,000 to the House of the Three Doves. This amount will contribute to the mission of providing quality care to the population and a peaceful environment end-of-life.
The money awarded will also contribute to the significant expenses devoted to renovation and maintenance in the early years.
André Héon, acting director general of the Caisse Desjardins du Centre-de-la-Mauricie, says he is proud to support the house. According to him, this confirmed the sense of their cooperative difference.
“At Desjardins, we are committed to enriching the lives of individuals and communities, and our members should be proud of this commitment. It is thanks to them that we are going back this amount in the medium in response to a need in our community.”
“This house, it is for the company. It is a home of end-of-life where he wants that love, peace, and serenity are present. Not only for people in end-of-life, but for families also. We never thought we’d that we would have had need to do so much work, but we said that it is also good to put it to the taste of the day,” adds Lise Landry, chair of the House of the Three Doves.
The inauguration of the House of the Three Doves will be held on Monday, April 16.
It should be able to receive the first end-of-life towards the end of the month of April.