La Capitale Foundation

La Capitale contributes to breaking feelings of isolation in seniors by supporting the “Le moment de votre lettre” (Time for your letter) initiative

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A total of $100,000 in prizes

Betterment of the community: at the heart of our mission!

We support various types of projects. The Foundation mainly focuses its actions on projects in the four categories below.

Our Pillars




Intellectual disability


Vulnerable seniors


Recognizing and valuing the role of Quebec public service employees

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Concrete actions

  • ITSA

  • Little Brothers

  • Fondation Jane-H-Dunn

  • Autism Speaks Canada

Intégration TSA (ITSA)

ITSA is a Quebec non-profit organization that offers an adapted living environment to those age 21 or more who have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), in order to boost their chances at securing employment while increasing their general independence and social participation.

Little Brothers

Little Brothers can rely on the La Capitale Foundation’s support to help achieve its mission. Now that it has a multi-year agreement, Little Brothers can take advantage of its partnership with La Capitale in the service of a common cause that is dear to the hearts of both organizations: helping vulnerable and isolated seniors. The La Capitale Foundation is contributing to the ambitious project of raising six million dollars over five years to improve the living conditions of the elderly, who often find themselves separated from the active world and struggling with precarious finances.

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Fondation Jane-H-Dunn

This Foundation sponsors four Quebec City area schools: École Anne-Hébert, École secondaire de la Cité, École L'Odyssée and École de La Courvilloise. These schools provide an adapted educational program to over 200 students between the ages of 4 and 21, who have physical and/or intellectual challenges. The Foundation also manages the Maurice-Tanguay home, which provides respite services to parents.

Autism Speaks Canada

Autism Speaks Canada is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families by supporting and working with community partners; enhancing resources and services; increasing understanding, acceptance and inclusion of people with autism spectrum disorder; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.

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About the Foundation

  • OUR B. of D.





Jean St-Gelais
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer La Capitale

Mélissa Gilbert
Executive Vice-President, Finance La Capitale

Jacques Cotton

Jacques Cotton
Vice-Chairman of the Board
La Capitale Civil Service Mutual

Hélène Giguère

Hélène Giguère
Employee representative – Director of general expenses and accounts payable La Capitale



Christian Fournier
Senior Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer Property and Casualty – Insurance Sector La Capitale


Julie Noël de Tilly
Lawyer and Corporate Secretariat Coordinator
La Capitale


Martin Delage
Executive Vice-President – Individual Insurance and Financial Services
La Capitale


Mario Albert
Executive Vice-President – Group Insurance La Capitale


François Turenne
Director and Mutual Member
La Capitale


Pierre Marc Bellavance
Vice-President Legal Affairs and Corporate Secretary
La Capitale


Valérie Beaudoin
Manager – Public Relations and Foundation Department


Alexandra Lamontagne
Communications and Public Relations Advisor


Laurence Hurtubise
Communications and Public Relations Advisor


Kareen Mercier
Public Relations Technician

Given the key social and economic role La Capitale plays, we are proud to contribute to the progress and well-being of the whole community through the La Capitale Foundation, formed a few years ago.

The Foundation's primary objective is to provide assistance to various organizations, recognize the work of public service employees and further the promotion and development of mutualism. The Foundation provides support mainly for efforts to improve the quality of life for vulnerable seniors and those with an autism spectrum disorder or an intellectual disability. Since it was formed, the Foundation has invested more than eight million dollars into the community, thereby contributing to the well-being of thousands of people in need.

The La Capitale Foundation is solely responsible for examining all requests for support that it receives, in order to determine whether or not they meet the eligibility criteria established by the Foundation and are in line with the Donations Policy.

To know more about our Financial support Policy, please click on the following link.

Our Policy

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General requests for support will
be accepted starting in February 2021.

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