Uni-Select continues commitment to Heart & Stroke Foundation

by | May 23, 2019 | 0 comments

Automotive aftermarket distributor Uni-Select Inc. was once again a committed partner to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, helping the organization to raise more than $170,000 at the annual Banquet du coeur.

On May 14, the Heart & Stroke Foundation hosted the 17th edition of its Banquet du cœur at the Francine-Gadbois multifunctional centre in Boucherville. This event has raised more than $2.5 million since 2003.

For more than a decade, Uni-Select has been an engaged partner of this event for the Greater Montreal area business community.

This fundraising event, which welcomed more than 400 guests this year, featured great moments (including a live auction led with mastery by Quebec Strongman, Hugo Girard) and thus, raised more than $170,000 net to assist research into the next medical discoveries.

Through their efforts and commitment to the cause, Nadine Collette, Chief Financial Officer, Canadian Automotive Group, and Richard Roy, Member of the Board of Directors of Uni-Select Inc., have both contributed to the success of the event by actively participating in the 2019 Honorary Committee.

The strong participation of Uni-Select’s Management Team also demonstrated the continued engagement of Uni-Select.

Senior executives from some of our business partners joined the event to reinforce Uni-Select’s efforts towards this cause and show their support, including Brake Parts Inc. LLC, and PPG.

The Heart & Stroke Foundation has had a significant effect on medical research.

The stroke death rate has dropped by more than 75% over the last 60 years, but it is still an area for much research as heart disease and stroke take a life every 7 minutes.

In Canada, 1.6 million people live with the permanent consequences of heart disease or stroke.

Since 80% of heart disease and stroke can be prevented, events such as the Banquet du cœur make a real difference in advancing research, fighting for prevention, saving lives and transforming recovery for affected people. https://www.heartandstroke.ca/

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