Charlotte Cardin joins her voice to the cause of sick children

Photo: William Arcand

The Children's Foundation is proud to welcome to its team, internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter-composer and the Queen of the Juno Awards, Charlotte Cardin as its ambassador.

In this new role, which is near and dear to her heart, the singer-songwriter-composer behind numerous hits, including Faufile, Main Girl and Meaningless, will support the Foundation's fundraising efforts.

Charlotte Cardin offered her support to The Children’s Le SPOT Montréal du Children, in a personal video unveiled during the official launch of the Centre last March, which can be viewed here. Le SPOT Montréal is one of the largest specialized outpatient mental health centers in Canada for teens in suicidal crisis.

"Having used various mental health resources myself during my teenage years, I am more than proud to support this cause. We often tend to focus on the importance of our youth's physical health, which is very important, but sometimes we forget how crucial it is to provide mental health services," explains Charlotte Cardin.

“The entire team at The Children's Foundation is delighted with this wonderful association that will help promote the cause and the young patients of the Hospital, thus helping The Children's Foundation Find Unexpected Ways to Heal. Charlotte is in good company as she will be joining our spokesperson, P.K. Subban, and our ambassador, the man of a 1000 voices, André-Philippe Gagnon. Welcome to the Children's family, Charlotte," says Renée Vézina, President of the Foundation.