Operation Nez Rouge still in need of ­volunteers

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Operation Nez  Rouge still in need of ­volunteers

Record Staff – Coming out of its second weekend of the year, the Operation Nez-Rouge drive-home service is still in need of volunteers. To take part in one or more memorable evenings, simply go to Operation Nez Rouge.com and select your region and fill out a form. It can be sent by mail, email, or mobile application. Returning home safely using Operation Nez Rouge is a quick and easy option for motorists who prefer not to drive for any reason. Users can contact the central command in their area through the mobile application, which also allows them to know the wait time for 10 large command stations in Quebec during the evening. To mark the 35th anniversary of Operation Red Nose, Desjardins will be offering a gift to local organizations in Quebec who are investing time and energy to set up the ride service in their region. The company will give $50,000 to youth and amateur sports through 63 non-profit organizations that are committed to making roads safer during the holiday period. To this will be added the approximately $1.1 million donated each year by users to fund local projects across the province. Published in the Monday, Dec. 10 edition of The Record.

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