Much more than an annual event, Défi sportif AlterGo is a non-profit organization that promotes adapted sport and a healthy lifestyle. A strong advocate of a more inclusive society, the organization’s mission is to contribute to universal accessibility.
The organization is also the host of Défi sportif AlterGo, an annual event that brings to Montréal over 6,000 elite and up-and-coming athletes from Québec, Canada and many other countries, no matter their deficiency.
This website will give you more information on the services offered by the organization as well as its relationships with partners and volunteers.
Défi sportif AlterGo is revamping its web identity with the launch of two new websites. The first website covers the services provided by the organization. The second is entirely devoted to its annual flagship event, the Défi sportif AlterGo.Read more about Défi sportif AlterGo: new web signature!
The 35th edition of Défi sportif AlterGo will be held from April 23 to April 29, 2018. The event brings together over 6,000 elite and up-and-coming athletes from across Québec and over 15 countries, regardless of their deficiency.Read more about 35th Edition of Défi sportif AlterGo
On November 29th, in Ottawa, the President of the Senate, the Honourable George Furey, Q.C., accompanied by Québec (Grandville) Senator Chantal Petitclerc, awarded a commemorative medal in honour of the 150th anniversary of…Read more about The senate rewards Monique Lefebvre
AlterGo is a group of over 130 organizations on the Island of Montréal offering sport and recreation services and concerned with access to recreation for people with functional limitations.
Unifying organization and driver of change, AlterGo works with a variety of partners to promote universal accessibility, everywhere and for all.
Formation AlterGo contributes its expertise to social inclusion by offering training, raising awareness about a more inclusive environment as well as promoting empowerment and solidarity among non-profit organizations.
The organization works with different community stakeholders in order to raise awareness about the needs of people with functional limitations and universal accessibility principles.