Partners

Royal Bank of Canada

Caroline is fortunate to be part of the RBC Olympians program since 2010. RBC hires both Canadian Olympic and Paralympic athletes as community ambassadors who bring Olympic messages of excellence and leadership to Canadian communities.

To learn more about the program, visit

www.rbc.com

Christin Automobile Chevrolet, Buick, GMC

Mario Christin and his team is partnering with Caroline for local community events and fundraisers involving children and sports. Caroline is privileged to currently drive a vehicle from Christin Automobile.

www.en.christin.com

Reebok – CCM

Caroline is a proud CCM/Reebok athlete since 2010.

Visit CCM

Canadian Athlete Now Funds

Throughout her career on the National team, Caroline has been supported several times by the Can Fund bursary.

Support Hopeful Olympians by donating at www.canadianathletesnow.ca

Specialized Bike

Caroline has recently discovered a passion for road cycling which is a great complement to hockey training. She is very fortunate to part of the Specialized Olympic program since 2012 and truly enjoys her Specialized Ruby bike.

Visit Specialized

Charities

Caroline’s commitment to charities.

Caroline is involved with several charitable organizations.

In 2014, she was part of the largest expedition ever to ski to North Pole in support of True Patriot Love Foundation. An organization that supports Canadian Military women and men injured in combat.

Caroline is an athlete ambassador with Right To Play and visited a Right To Play Program in Benin, Africa in 2010.

She has been a guest speaker with the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation and the Quebec Ovarian Foundation. Caroline was the keynote speaker at the 60 Million Girls foundation annual fundraiser.

Caroline has been taking part in the Montreal Media Hockey Marathon for several years to benefit the Otis Grant Foundation. As well as being involved in fundraising events by Hockey Helps the Homeless.

For her social implication, Caroline was awarded the YWCA Women of Distinction in 2014 in the sport and play field. In 2013, she was recipient of the Isobel Gathorne-Hardy Award. Given to a player that has made a significant contribution to female hockey and that demonstrates strong community involvement and dedication to all aspects of the game.

More on the foundations:

True Patriot Love

True Patriot Love honours the sacrifices of members of the Canadian Armed Forces, veterans and their families in both times of peace and conflict by offering them access to mental health programs, physical rehabilitation, family supports and veteran transition.

Right To Play

Right To Play’s mission is to use sport and play to educate and empower children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty, conflict, and disease in disadvantaged communities.

Click here to read about Caroline’s journey on a Right To Play field trip to Benin, Africa.

Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation

The foundation’s objectives is to provide assistance to women with breast cancer and to support medical research on the disease and include activities focused on breast health awareness and education.

Visit Ruban Rose

60 Million Girls Foundation

60 million girls is a public foundation who strongly believe in the need to support education for girls in order to create a more just and balanced world. The foundation supports at least two major education projects annually in developing countries with the greatest gender disparity in school enrolment by raising funds through our Foundation.

Visit 60 Million Girls

Montreal Media Hockey Marathon & Otis Grant And Friends Foundation

The Montreal Media Hockey Marathon is annual hockey fundraiser that supports the Otis Grant & Friends Foundation.

The Otis Grant & Friends Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for the distribution of food and clothes to individuals and families in need.

Visit Otis Grant

Hockey Helps the Homeless

Hockey Helps the Homeless partners with charitable outreach organizations across Canada whose mission is to help end homelessness.

Visit Hockey Helps the Homeless