Run or walk with the REA team at the 2020 Scotia Run
For the third year in a row, the REA Foundation is one of the beneficiary causes of the Montreal Scotiabank Charity Challenge, to be held on April 25 and 26, 2020 at Jean-Drapeau Park in Montreal.
The REA Foundation, which you agree to support as part of this charitable challenge, will receive 100% of your donation as well as those you have raised. These funds will enable us to fund the many research, technology and quality of care projects offered in physical rehabilitation in the CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal.
Thank you for supporting the physical rehabilitation of today and tomorrow, one step at a time!
How far will you run?
We invite you to choose the distance that represents a challenge for you: 5K, 10K, 21K, 5K with stroller or 1K for children.
Then, ask your friends, family and colleagues to support you in your run by making a donation to the REA Foundation. You will have a donation thermometer to track the progress of your fundraising.
Our common goal is to raise $ 25,000 for the future of physical rehabilitation. With your support, we can do it. Let’s run together!
New this year
• Runners will have access to Espace 67 (newly renovated)
• If you want to do more than one race, you can save on registration fees
• The courses have been reviewed to make you run through the most beautiful places on St. Helene Island
• By registering early, you pay less!
In addition, the REA Foundation offers a refund of registration fees to all riders who will raise more than $ 250 in donations.
Also new: The REA Foundation has created a guide to help you register, manage your fundraising and get ready for the Scotia Run!
Thanks to donations, we will be able to contribute to the quality of care, technologies and services offered in physical rehabilitation. 100% of donations will go directly to physical rehabilitation and a tax receipt will be issued automatically.