The activities of the Adapted Sports Foundation are back for the summer

The Voice of the East

April 18, 2021

"One year after suspending all of its programs, the Adapted Sports Foundation (FSA) is back in service and is opening registrations for its summer activities." Article by Florence Tanguay

Bob winsor
"Railway innovator used proceeds from his creations for philanthropy."

The Golbe and mail (Globe2Go)

Published February 2021

"Known to friends as a" mad inventor ", Robert Winsor was an ingineer and entrepreneur who held a dozen patents, including one that revolutionized the way vehicles are transported on railway cars in North America." Article by Fred Langan

The Adapted Sports Foundation is canceling its season.

The Voice of the East

Posted on February 9, 2021

"Having not been able to hold adapted skiing activities until now and faced with little hope of being able to do so by the spring, the Adapted Sports Foundation has made the difficult decision to cancel its winter season. . " Article by Cynthia Laflamme

Bob winsor
The Adapted Sports Foundation is losing a great ally.

The Voice of the East

Posted on January 21, 2021

“Bob, it wasn't just anyone. He has had a tremendous career in the business world and he has done so much for our organization. He was a great man. ” Steve charbonneau

THE 2020 INCLUSIVE CHALLENGE: A SUCCESS!

Article on RDS.ca

Posted on August 19, 2020

From August 14 to 16, the Adapted Sports Foundation held the very first edition of the #INCLUSACTIVE challenge as an official fundraiser, and it was a success; the initial target of $ 25,000 was met and surpassed to reach… $ 80,000.

HELP THE ADAPTED SPORTS FOUNDATION

Interview on M105

Posted on August 6, 2020

Steve Charbonneau, general manager of the FONDATION DES SPORTS ADAPTÉS invites you to participate in the Inclusactif challenge and explains what the money raised will be used for ...

THE INCLUSIVE - Contribute to adapted sport.

EstriePlus.com

Posted on August 6, 2020

Sports practice seems to be accessible to everyone without having to look far. Something that is not so simple for a person who has lost an arm, a leg, or their sight for example. So that this reality is not an obstacle (...)

INCLUSACTIVE Challenge - Daisy Carrier runs for the Adapted Sports Foundation.

Interview on Radio-Canada premiere

Posted on July 28, 2020

North Shore Daisy Carrier is preparing to take on a sporting challenge in order to raise funds for the Adapted Sports Foundation. This foundation allows disabled people to do activities that would be inaccessible to them without the loan of adapted equipment. We are discussing it with the Forestvilloise Daisy Carrier and the general director of the foundation, Steve Charbonneau.

The Adaptive Sports Foundation - Inclusactive Challenge.

Sherbrooke Record

Published July 15, 2020

The Adaptive Sports Foundation (ASF) was established in 1995 by Peter M. Treacy, a disabled skier from Knowlton, Quebec. Following an accident that left him an amputee, Peter's dream was to start a ski school ...

INCLUSACTIVE Challenge - Getting out of your sporting comfort zone

The Voice of the East

Posted on July 4, 2020

To surpass themselves in the sport of their choice to allow people with disabilities to practice theirs, this is what the Adapted Sports Foundation (FSA), based in Lac-Brome, offers. Before the cancellation ...

Steve Charbonneau - A giant's heart

Radio-Canada - Podium

After playing professional football for more than a decade, the ex-defensive lineman has given himself a new mission: to bring people with disabilities out of their isolation. Foray into the universe of a gentle giant.

The Dahüs bring people with reduced mobility back to the mountains

Radio-Canada

Posted on July 16, 2019

All-terrain wheelchairs arrive in Bromont

Huffington Post

Posted on July 18, 2019