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On february 12th, Renaissance highlighted the generosity of Brossard's citizens who diverted 127 365 pounds of clothing and other household goods from landfills in the fall of 2019 by donating to Renaissance.

 
 
Éric St-Arnaud, Renaissance's General Manager presented to Doreen Assaad, Brossard's mayor a Renaissance challenge trophy. The event took place at Renaissance store located at 7250 Taschereau boulevard.  
 
 
 
A burst of generosity
 
"It is a great progression and a true gesture of generosity from Brossard's citizens" expresses Éric St-Arnaud. "Our environmental and social mission strenghtens every day thanks to all these donations."
 
"I am very proud of Brossard's citizens " declared Mrs Assaad. " This award reflects the generosity and helping nature of our people. It also represents the spirit of our diverse and united community."
 
Le trophée Défi Renaissance récompense la plus forte progression de dons collectés dans la grande région de Montréal, par rapport à l’édition précédente. Ainsi, la Ville de Brossard s’est démarquée lors de la compétition amicale qui s’est tenue du 29 septembre au 26 octobre 2019, en générant une augmentation de 185,4% pour 3639 donateurs recensés. Ces dons ont été recueillis dans les 3 points de collecte (1 magasin et 2 centres de dons) que compte Renaissance à Brossard.
 
The Renaissance Challenge trophy rewards the largest increase in donations collected in the greater Montreal region, compared to the previous edition. The city of Brossard stood out at the competition held from September 29th to October 26th 2019, with a 185.4 % increase over the previous spring edition with a total of 3639 donors. These donations were received throughout the 3 donations centres in Brossard territory. 
 

What is the Renaissance challenge? 

The Renaissance Challenge is a friendly competition inviting the population of 26 cities and boroughs of the Greater Montreal to drop their donations of clothing and reusable objects to Renaissance Donation Centers in their neighborhood. This annual competition has two editions; one in the spring and the other in the fall, each one spread over four consecutive weeks. Three prizes are awarded for each edition: the largest number of donations collected, the largest number of donations collected per 1,000 inhabitants and the largest increase in donations collected compared to the previous edition

Three prizes are awarded!

Three prizes are awarded for each edition: the largest number of donations collected, the largest number of donations collected per 1,000 inhabitants and the largest increase in donations collected compared to the previous edition.