We look forward to seeing you on September 16.
The fun is guaranteed and it's for a good cause!

 

The Fondation de l'Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Montréal Golf Open and Cycling Challenge will be back on Monday, September 16, at the Pinegrove Golf Club.
 
This year's event will be co-chaired by Michel Gamelin of Caisse Desjardins du Centre-est de Montréal, Dominique Perras, Director, Structured Products Solutions, National Bank Financial Markets, and Marc Riel, Vice-President, Business Development and Strategic Partnerships, North America, Croesus. Many thanks to them for their loyal support!

Don't miss this superb day of networking in the great outdoors, to benefit mental health!

 

Our participants can choose from : 

  • an 18-hole golf tournament;
  • a group bike ride (40, 60 or 80 km), supervised and adapted to your level of fitness.

 

Register today!

 

Would you like to increase your company's visibility on this day? Consult our Plan de commandites.

 

Our prices

Golf Open
Includes cart, food stands on the course, cocktail reception and dinner at the end of the course.

  • Individual ticket $625
  • Regular foursome $2,500

REGISTER FOR GOLF

CHOOSE A SPONSORSHIP

 

Cycling Challenge
Includes snacks and refreshments during the day, cocktail and dinner at the end of the tour. (cycling suit not included).

  • Individual ticket $120
    (each participant must also raise $450 in donations)

SIGN UP FOR CYCLING

 

Schedule for the day:

Golf Open
9:30 AM - Welcome and brunch
11 AM - Shot Gun departure
4 PM - Cocktails and dinner

Cycling challenge
11 AM - Welcome and snack
12:30 PM - Departure by peloton
4 PM - Cocktail and dinner

 

Please note that the schedule is subject to change. An e-mail containing all the information will be sent to you the week before the activity.

 



Thank you to our presenting partners

 

 

 


 

Thank you to the organizing committee


 

A look back at the 2023 edition

 

In 2023, the Fondation de l'Institut universitaire de santé mentale de Montréal had the privilege of donating $945,687 to the Institute and its Research Centre, including $100,000 raised through our Golf Open and Cycling Challenge.

More details on the 2023 edition

See photos of the last edition

Photos credits : Danielle Charron et Amir El Etr