Because we value our volunteers, we want to highlight their involvement.
The importance of our volunteers
We wish to thank all the of volunteers involved with the Adapte-Toit Foundation. Each and every one of them plays a crucial role in the success of our project. Much like the various caregivers who gravitate around the spinal cord injured, our volunteers allow the Foundation to reach its full potential and achieve its mission. They contribute to making autonomy accessible and inclusive!
Members of the Board
Additional involvement deserving to be highlighted:
Thank you for your contribution to our goal of making autonomy accessible and inclusive.
Here we put the spotlight on the unconditional love of a father. A father who, for the total duration of the La Traversée le Courage d’Avancer – a whole of 24 days – put his own life aside to dedicate himself entirely to this noble cause that is not only his son’s but also thousands of Québecers. Present from beginning to end, Carl was able to wear with ease the multiple hats that unforeseen circumstances required. And what to say of the moral support that this man procured to the team?! Once more, from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for everything.
Violinist for Cavalia, Louis-Pier graciously conceived the soundtracks used for all the videos of La Traversée le Courage d’Avancer! Furthermore, he composed these exhilarating pieces in his rare spare time – between two shows while touring in the United States of America. Through his music, we can easily feel the experience and admiration of a little brother who firmly believes in the Foundation’s mission!