Press release: Daniel H. Lanteigne appointed to the AFP Board

Appointment of Daniel H. Lanteigne to the Board of Directors of the AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals – Quebec Chapter

MONTRÉAL, June 14th 2017. – Daniel H. Lanteigne, Executive Director of the REA Foundation, officially joined the Board of Directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Quebec Chapter, today, June 14.

With this appointment, the Association of Fundraising Professionals is welcoming to its ranks a man who is resolutely turned towards the future, a man of action who is deeply committed to the development and growth of philanthropy in Quebec.

“I am part of the new generation in the world of business and philanthropy. As a member of the AFP’s Board, I can make a bigger and more concrete contribution to the development of the economic sector of philanthropy. I have to admit, this collaboration is extremely stimulating for me professionally and personally,” says Daniel H. Lanteigne.

As a young seasoned professional who has been committed to philanthropy since he was a teenager, Daniel H. Lanteigne understands the value of dedication and selflessness as a lever for community-based social change in various sectors around the world.

This appointment is a golden opportunity for our Foundation to become a leader in philanthropic activity and innovation. It’s a chance for the REA Foundation to shine among the leading players in philanthropy.

The REA Foundation is proud to help fund the Centre de réadaptation en déficience physique – Institut universitaire, a leading healthcare institution in its field. To find out more about the REA Foundation, visit

About the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)

The AFP strives to advance philanthropy by bringing together fundraisers working for nonprofit organizations. The Association brings together over 230 professionals from more than 160 organizations in Québec, managing operational budgets of over $4 million.

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Biographical notes of Daniel H. Lanteigne

Information :
Louise Fournier, Communications and Development Officer
Fondation RÉA
514 340-2085, # 2161 –

Photo credit : Cath Langlois, Photographer