ASF Newsletter_November 2015

Our November 2015 Newsletter is now available for download. Flipping through it you’ll notice that, during the past year, the Adaptive Sports Foundation has greatly diversified its activities. Enjoy! Click here to download

Color Bike Ride 2015

On Tuesday, October 27 2015 , Members of theColor Bike Ride 2015 organisation donated all profits from the Bike Ride to ASF.This fundraising event was organized by the Association of Veterans UN-NATO Ottawa Region and AMMC. They have donated a total amount of $ 1,600 to ASF. We want to thank them for their great support....
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First Annual Volunteer Appreciation Party!

Last Friday the Adaptive Sports Foundation held a party to reunite all our volunteers. Thank you to the MacIntosh Pub in Bromont for your excellent service. A special thank you goes out to Bruno Labrie for providing the musical entertainment of the evening. Several door prizes were graciously donated, including numerous gift certificates from our...
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Members of Team ASF who participated in Bromont Ultra 2015 have completed the challenge with success. “I want to thank the volunteers who, despite the enormous adversity, managed to take on this very unique challenge. When I presented this crazy challenge too them, they generously accepted to do it.  You are fantastic people and I’m looking forward to next year” said...
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“An incredible and unforgettable trip”

Published on Octobre 14,  2015 at  22h52 | MICHEL TASSÉ | La Voix de l’Est “An incredible and unforgettable trip” Steve Charbonneau gave up his own Thanksgivings at home to support our troops. “These soldiers need our support, they need to feel that we appreciate what they do,” says former Alouettes and Eskimos. Read more ( French Article) …

ASF at the Bromont Ultra 2015

For the first time, ASF will participate in the Bromont Ultra in Bromont with a team of 9 participants with physical disabilities and 16 runners. Together they are taking on a very difficult challenge. The goal is to complete the 80 km distance. 

A new website for ASF!

The Adaptive Sports Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. You will find all the information about our various sports programs offered to those living with physical disabilities. By visiting our new website, you’ll know more about what we do, how we do it and how we are improving the lives...
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City of St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu

The Adaptive Sports Foundation held its Jamboree Saturday, August 29th at the Centre de Plein-Air-Ronald-Beauregard. This activity was intended to enable the largest possible number of people with physical disabilities to participate in sports. In the photo, the mayor Michel Fecteau is surrounded by two former players of the Montreal Alouettes, Steve Charbonneau and Samuel...
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