Harden has demonstrated community engagement by actively contributing to the funding of different projects and caused and by organizing cultural and family events. The values we cherish, such as family, community and culture, are reflected in all our projects and achievements.
Following the acquisition of the Super 8 Motel in Vaudreuil-Dorion, Harden decided to reach out to several non-profit organisations to offer them the furniture, mattresses, linen, towels, appliances, electronic devices and more in each of the 50 bedrooms.
The Diocese of Valleyfield responded to the call and helped more than 23 families affected by the floods of last spring, the Diocese also renewed the furniture of 34 bedrooms of La Maison d’Hébergement Dépannage de Valleyfield that assists homeless people and finally, they helped La Maison Émard de Saint-Anicet.
Founded in 1985, Harden is a family-owned real estate development company that operates numerous shopping centres in locations throughout Quebec and Ontario. Thanks to its vertical integration, its fields of specialization cover all aspects of the real estate development process: development, construction, leasing and property management.
Harden is dedicated to the implementation of sustainable projects that meet the needs and desires of consumers who frequent their shopping centres. All of Harden’s projects and accomplishments reflect the company’s family, community and cultural values. Its shopping centres are designed to become a source of inspiration that fosters community spirit. Harden provides meeting places that help enrich consumers’ quality of life, enabling them to shop, eat, work, unwind and have fun, all in one place.
About the Diocese of Valleyfield
Founded more than 125 year ago. The Diocese of Valleyfield represents all Catholics – guided by the light of faith, living in the Suroît in the South West region of the province of Quebec, Canada. Mainly francophone, it also has an English and Spanish speaking population, as well as a Iroquoian mission.
Six geographical regions form the diocese : Beauharnois–Ste-Martine, Châteauguay, Huntingdon, Soulanges, Valleyfield, Vaudreuil-Dorion–L’Île Perrot, divided in parishes and listed in a repository. The Diocesan centre is located in the Episcopal town of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.
About La Maison d’Hébergement Dépannage de Valleyfield
79 rue du Zouave, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, J6T 2W4
For more than 30 years, the MHDV has provided temporary lodging (34 rooms) for men and women of 18 years old and over without a fixed residence and offer a medium to long term social reintegration program (3-6 months). We also have a 2nd stage program (6-18 months) for autonomous accommodation, emergency shelter for families and 13 permanent subsidized housing with community support.