We’ve already organized several clothing drives with the Super Recyclers. The money raised is used to finance various projects, including planting trees in our yards.
In line with our values, this project seeks not only the collaboration of parents, but of the entire population. Indeed, we publish our drive dates to our Facebook page and people who are not parents at our Early Childhood Center bring us their used textiles. Parents are happy to collaborate on a fundraiser that is so easy. They are also happy to help with a good cause.
In addition to this collaboration, we can also count on the participation of the municipality that lends us a container for our collection. This partnership is essential for optimal success.
Everyone can take part in this means of financing which is easy, ecological and does not require any investment of time.
Josée Boivin, Executive Director
CPE Les Poussineaux
“I would like to offer my sincere congratulations to the Comité Jeunes Citoyens of Pierre-Laporte High School. The clothing and textile drive they organized earlier this fall in collaboration with the Super Recyclers reflected the values of the Town of Mount Royal on two levels. First of all, it was a concrete and positive step in favour of the environment, a cause that is close to my heart. But it was also a magnificent gesture of good citizenship, when we know that the funds raised from the recovered and transformed items will be used for students in need. I am told that these efforts will not be limited to this September day, now behind us, but will continue throughout the year; it is an initiative that I intend to make known around me. Well done! ”
– Philippe Roy, Mayor of Mount-Royal
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We target schools, daycares and businesses with the goal of making philanthropy and recycling accessible to as many people as possible.
On Thursday, Septembre 15, the Super Recyclers gave a $2000 check to the first winning school for the Super Recyclers Grant. The Très-Saint-Sacrement School of Lachine of the Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys (CSMB) will use the grant to finance an innovative composting project and to create a garden on the school’s roof!
Listen to Julie Drolet’s interview of Marie-Claude Guérin, President of the Super Recyclers and Yannick Proulx in the studios of CKVL FM on Septembre 15, 2016.
« And the winner of the $2000 grant is: l’École Très-Saint-Sacrement de Lachine! » Congrats to the school, the organisers, the students and the Association des services de garde en milieu scolaire du Québec. Thanks to all the schools who participated this year and good luck to all for next year’s draw! You can see the video of the draw on our Facebook page by following this link.
The two innovative recycling teams have joined forces to offer hotels in Canada an easy way to go green. As a team, Clean the World and The Super Recyclers are helping this hospitality service reduce their environmental footprint and at the same time give back to those in need.
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L’Hôtel Marriott du Vieux Montréal a choisi de travailler avec les Super Recycleurs pour réduire son empreinte environnementale. Le montant généré par les collectes de tissus recyclés sera remis en don et financera le projet des itinérants en collaboration avec l’Association des hôtels du Grand Montréal et la Société de Développement Social. Bravo!
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Suite à la collecte que nous avons faite à l’Hôtel Faubourg de Montréal, et grâce aux partenariats que nous développons, La Société de développement social pourra faire travailler 4 personnes itinérantes dans le cadre du Projet Action Médiation entre la Ville de Montréal et l’Association des Hôtels du Grand Montréal. Les Super Recycleurs contribuent directement au bien-être de la communauté montréalaise. Mettez-nous au défi !