Federal Budget: Seniors Not Yet Satisfied
This message is for the thousands of seniors aged 65 to 74 who were hit hard by th...
Réseau FADOQ has been fully dedicated to improving quality of life for seniors for nearly half a century and has chosen the silver button to symbolize this important work. The four buttonholes represent the four pillars of good quality of life for all seniors: health, well-being, a sense of belonging, and safety.
Each fall it rolls out a campaign that encourages people of all ages to proudly wear silver buttons in support of current and future seniors.
This year, with the pandemic we are all facing, the Silver Button symbol is more evocative than ever. For months, together with our parents and grandparents, mentors, confidants, and friends, we’ve lived through isolation and uncertainty.
This dark period has underscored how important it is to improve quality of life for seniors, both today and in the future. Réseau FADOQ is taking action. Let’s work together to help make the well-being of our senior citizens a top priority for the society we live in.
On behalf of the voiceless and those no longer with us, and to help bring about a better future…
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Quality of life for seniors is the network’s core mission. By joining FADOQ, you increase its influence, help it advocate for people age 50 and over, save with over 1,500 discounts, and improve your quality of life by maintaining an active lifestyle.
In 2014, Réseau FADOQ founded Mouvement Bouton Argenté in order to focus Quebec’s attention on the cause it has been defending for almost 50 years: preserving and improving quality of life for people age 50 and over. The campaign has grown steadily. To date more than 100,00 people and hundreds of municipalities and businesses have joined us in supporting current and future seniors—and that means all of us!