Created in 2005, the Éloize Foundation has a three-fold mission:
- Foster the social rehabilitation of troubled youth;
- Encourage young people to pursue higher-level or specialized education;
- Contribute to the development of the stage arts.
If you wish to make a donation or submit a project in writing, please contact Louis LeHoux by e-mail at email@example.com
Organizations supported by the Éloize Foundation:
- Ressources-Jeunesse Foundation, Yearly Campaign, Montreal
- Dollard-Cormier Foundation, Scholar Fund 17-24 years old, Montreal
- L’Unité – Centre d’initiatives pour le développement communautaire, Unicirque Program, Saint-Laurent
- Familles en Action, Informal project- Table de concertation jeunesse de Pointe Saint-Charles, Montreal
- Danse Danse, Get Youth into Dance Program, Montreal
- Madeli-Aide Foundation, Specialised Superior Studies Grant, Magdalen Islands
- Inuksiutiit Katimajiit Association, Artcirq, Igloolik
- École Saint-Gabriel-Archange Foundation, Arts du cirque à l’école Saint-Eugène, Trois-Rivières
ArtCirq was the recipient of the very first subsidy in 2006. This organization uses its passion for the circus arts to help Inuit communities counteract the problem of youth suicide. www.artcirq.org
Active in the Magdalen Islands, Madeli-Aide Foundation helps by:
- Supporting Magdelen Islands’ youth by granting scholarships to students who must pursue their studies off the islands;
- Providing financial support for local projects that promote perseverance and academic success among young people from the Magdalen Islands.
Cirque Éloize would like to thank the City of Montreal for its financial support, which facilitated the creation of the Éloize Foundation.