In July 2014, Lilie was attending day camp, like many kids her age, but she always came home tired. Then, after a hospital checkup, came the diagnosis: Lilie had acute lymphoblastic leukemia. And so began the battle for her and her family. Lilie continues to have treatments to this day, but they don't stop her from the one thing she loves the most: cooking!
Put it on your calendar! This year’s official 24h launch is on October 12 at the Société des arts Technologiques from 5pm to 9pm. You have no excuse not to attend!
Deyrek wants to be a fireman when he grows up. At the age of 4, he was diagnosed with dyspraxia, dysphasia and an intellectual disability. However, he's in good health, and so is able to attend school in a life skills learning program. The assistance Deyrek receives from the Tremblant Foundation allows him to go to the APHIL day camp and enjoy his summer just like other 10-year-old boys.
Élise was born with ring chromosome 13 syndrome, a disease that affects just a handful of children in Canada. In spite of dealing with issues every day, Élise is as sunny and endearing as any other five-year-old girl. She attends Roger’s House, which receives financial support from the Ottawa Senators Foundation. Get to know her!
Alexis loves baseball and alpine skiing. He was no different from any other boy his age until he was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma. That day, in February 2014, marked the beginning of the battle for him and his family. Alexis is one of the 10 faces of Tremblant’s 24h. Get to know him!
Official opening of the Brookfield Sens Foundation
Record $2.6 million raised for children’s causes.