Finkl Steel-Sorel is proud to get involved in our community. With an elaborate donation plan and commitment to various voluntary organizations, we have a firm belief that our growth is directly linked to the development of neighboring communities, maintaining close ties with local residents and representatives.
Our community relations policy is based on strict ethics that are founded on the principles of listening to and respecting the local population. Standing behind initiatives that strengthen the neighboring areas, Finkl Steel-Sorel supports projects that focus on improving the residents’ quality of life. We are also committed to long-term partnerships in matters of health, education, culture and community activities
Each year, Sorel Forge gives thousands of dollars to many important causes. From the United Way to the Red Cross, we are helping the people who support.
Since 1996, “Project-Don” has been a giving platform that is now entering its second phase. For many years, Sorel Forge has supported community and health organizations that aim to improve healthcare and aid the disadvantaged.
|PROJET-DON PHASE 2||PROJET-DON PHASE 1||PROJET-DON PARTNERSHIPS|
|2015 – $16,606||2005 – $12,844||United Way|
|2014 – $17,815||2004 – $12,223||Red Cross|
|2013 – $16,462||2003 – $12,355||Hotel-Dieu Fondation|
|2012 – $17,928||2002 – $11,913||Volunteer Action|
|2011 – $15,676||2001 – $12,009||Foundation of Stars|
|2010 – $14,806||2000 – $11,859||Sorel-Tracy College Fondation|
|2009 – $14,784||1999 – $11,344||Heart and Stroke Foundation|
|2008 – $17,053||1998 – $11,858||Maison La Margelle|
|2007 – $16,179||1997 – $11,975||Maison La Source|
|2006 – $15,170||1996 – $14,683||A.D.I.R.S. Association|
|Multiple Sclerosis Society|
Operation Red Nose
Operation Red Nose is a unique worldwide program against impaired driving, and Finkl Steel-Sorel is proud to be part of it! Each year, dozens of our employees volunteer for the program in addition to the financial participation of the company.
Tree of Joy
For over a decade, Christmas gifts have been distributed to area children in need for an amount totaling $65,218 (CAD) * Reference year 2014