This coming April 9th, AJOI is organizing their annual fundraiser at the College Beaubois theatre.
AJOI brings about the 4th edition of their fundraising campaign called “Tonight we rock, we dance!”.
For this occasion, Public Security Minister, Martin Coiteux, and Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough Mayor, Jim Beis, will help our youth by lending their voices and by plucking the strings of their guitars.
Also, singer and songwriter Tina-Ève Provost will be performing for you.
★★★½ LE DROIT, LA PRESSE
« Le grain de voix … séduit d’abord. La plume … habile et décapante, frappe ensuite. Enfin, c’est l’énergie volcanique de sa nature frondeuse qui rentre sous la peau. Franche, elle se crache, se touche et couche crûment ses pulsions textuelle … son réalisateur, Gilles Brisebois … a préparé des draps sensuels, pop-rock ou trip-hop, à ces histoires de poupées cabossées et de Cendrillons rêveuses »
However, this campaign is not just a singing show. It’s a step forward to helping children and young adults in need. It is an outstanding opportunity for them to take part in an activity supported by our community leaders.
More than 40 tickets will be given to the youth whom we help, and more than 15 elected leaders from the West-Island confirmed their presence to the event.
During the evening, a silent auction and a draw will be held for everyone to participate. A cash bar will be available also.
AJOI’s objective is to provide support and much needed help to the West Island youth community. In the last year, AJOI created more than 4,300 interventions and has supported over 9,500 free participations to diversified sport events near the youth residences. Our main goal is to raise $10,000 in order to build free recreational areas on the West Island territory for the kids and teenagers to enjoy freely and securely.