19th edition – December 6 to 8, 2019
Tremblant’s 24h is a major annual sporting event that brings thousands of participants together to relay their teammates for 24 hours as they ski, walk or run to raise funds for children’s causes. Each year, the 24h remits the profits of the event to three official foundations, including Fondation Tremblant, with the hope that someday, all children might grow up to lead healthy, happy lives.
Since 2001, more than $32 million has been remitted to the beneficiaries, thanks to the engagement and support of hundreds of thousands of generous donors, partners and participants. Over time, many organizations were able to benefit from the financial support of the beneficiary foundations and many projects were carried out with positive impacts on children’s lives.
Meet Edward and Willyam, two children sponsored by Fondation Tremblant.
Putting a face to the cause.
Donations from Tremblant’s 24h enable Fondation Tremblant to pursue its mission, which is to help the underprivileged children of the MRC des Laurentides territory to attain a better quality of life and reach their full potential in sports, education, the arts and culture. In particular, the foundation can:
- Send children to day camps and summer camps that are adapted for campers living with intellectual or physical handicaps
- Help Moisson Laurentides continue to deliver food to aid agencies, thus maintaining a crucial service for area residents
- Hand out hundreds of lunch boxes, breakfasts and snacks at area schools
- Ensure the continuity of music therapy classes for children with autism spectrum syndrome
- Offer its support to help prevent child neglect and abuse