THE MONTREAL IMPACT FOUNDATION LAUNCHES SECOND PHASE OF ITS MULTISPORT MINI-FIELD PROJECT

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THE MONTREAL IMPACT FOUNDATION LAUNCHES SECOND PHASE OF ITS MULTISPORT MINI-FIELD PROJECT

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MONTREAL, Nov. 29, 2023 /CNW/ - To mark its 10th anniversary, the Montreal Impact Foundation launched on Wednesday the second phase of its multisport mini-field project, which will include the construction of 10 new mini-fields.

The foundation is officially calling on community and charitable organizations, as well as cities and municipalities across Quebec, to submit their applications by completing the form below before January 31, 2024.

Link to form: https://rb.gy/7617co 

Two sites will be built each year for the next five years. These acrylic-coated asphalt or concrete structures will be encircled by a modular galvanized steel structure.

"The project is part of a vision driven by the values of accessibility, hospitality, and a desire to collaborate with partners who are firmly rooted in their communities and who, like us, care about the well-being of children and want to get them moving," said Carmie Saputo, President of the Montreal Impact Foundation. "This forward-looking initiative is a tool for positive change in the lives of young people."

A selection committee will determine the successful candidates for the first two projects in 2024. Construction will begin in spring 2024 and be completed by next summer.

In the first phase of the project, the Montreal Impact Foundation inaugurated five artificial multisport mini-fields in different regions of Quebec including: Parc Champdoré in Saint-Michel (2018), Parc Joe-Beef in Pointe-Saint-Charles (2019), Parc Paul-André-Potvin in Shawinigan (2021), Parc du Moulin in Laval (2022), and most recently at Ski La Tuque in La Tuque (2024).

About the Montreal Impact Foundation

Since its creation in 2013, the Montreal Impact Foundation has been deeply involved in its community. Its mission is to organize and support activities to improve the quality of life of children and families from underserved communities. In particular, it provides sports facilities to promote physical activity, healthy lifestyle habits and social integration. To find out more about the foundation's work, visit: fondation.impactmontreal.com/en

SOURCE CF Montréal

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