We are particularly moved to welcome to the premiere of Ultraviolet, on April 27, 200 women in transition from homelessness or victims of violence, accompanied by the organizations La rue des femmes, Chez Doris and Le Chaînon as well as women from the Regroupement des maisons pour femmes victimes de violence conjugale.
During its three previous editions, the Gratitude and Generosity program has welcomed isolated seniors, hospital staff and refugees. This initiative was created during the pandemic to fight against inequalities and is dedicated to people living through a situation of economic insecurity, social exclusion, emotional distress, and marginalization in order to offer them a moment of peace, comfort, serenity, and beauty.
Thanks to the support of the J.A. DeSève Foundation, the Ariane Riou & Réal Plourde Foundation, an anonymous foundation, and the Sibylla Hesse Foundation, Les Grands Ballets is able to pursue its social mission and work towards a more caring and inclusive society.
You too can contribute to making this program a sustained success. Every donation matters!