Lise Watier’s big moving sale to benefit the Lise Watier Foundation

Mrs. Watier’s moving sale

Important information

  • Date: October 22-23-24, 2021  
  • Schedule: FRIDAY-SATURDAY from 9am to 4pm & SUNDAY from 9am to 2pm  
  • Location: Indiport Warehouse: 8425 Devonshire Road – Town of Mount Royal   
  • Admission fee : $10 / person
  • Debit and credit Visa / Mastercard only

The Lise Watier Foundation is pleased to announce the Lise Watier Big Moving sale, which will take place on October 22, 23 and 24, 2021 in Montreal. This event is open to the general public and features many of Ms. Watier’s personal items for sale. All revenues will be donated to the Lise Watier Foundation, which since 2017 has helped over 500 women achieve financial independence.

A unique shopping occasion

This moving sale offers several items that belonged to Lise Watier, founder of the Lise Watier Cosmetics company and a pioneer of Quebec entrepreneurship.  Various high-end items will be offered for sale at prices ranging from $30 to $3,000: decorative objects, kitchen and tableware items, furniture, clothing and accessories, Halloween and Christmas decorations, etc. A great opportunity to find big brand name finds! 

Shopping to support the Lise Watier Foundation 

All funds raised will support the Lise Watier Foundation‘s Let’s Start Up Program. This professional development program is currently offered in four regions of Quebec (Montreal, Quebec, Laurentians and Montérégie) and in Toronto. It helps women achieve financial independence through the realization of a professional project related to entrepreneurship, post-secondary education or the search for a fulfilling job. 

By moving now, I have to give up a lot of beautiful things, but it warms my heart to know that others will be able to benefit from them and that the Foundation will also benefit from them to help even more women achieve financial independence. ” explains Lise Watier, founder. 

Major donors

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National Bank
Fondation J.A. DeSève
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Power Corporation of Canada