Law Enforcement Torch Run

The Law Enforcement Torch Run is the most important annual fundraiser benefiting Special Olympics in the world. It also raises public awareness of the cause of people living with an intellectual disability. More than 85,000 policemen, policewomen and peace officers carry the Flame of Hope in 35 countries.

Participating in the many representation and fundraising activities held during the Law Enforcement Torch Run annual campaign helps special athletes make their dreams come true. It gives them the opportunity to compete and surpass themselves. Thanks to your involvement, more and more disabled people will have the right to dream, enter the job market and become more self-sufficient.

To learn more about our fundraising activities:


Polar Bear Plunge

Jump for a good cause! The polar bear plunge is an event in which the participants, in teams of 4, jump in the freezing water. Prizes will be given to teams with the most funds collected!

The 2020 edition will take place on Saturday, February 22nd 2020, in Lachine. Registration fee of $50 per person. Fundraising toolkit available on the event internet site.


Torch run relay

The Relais de la flamme is a unique fundraising event where multiple friendly runs and walks are  simultaneously organized at the four corners of Quebec & where the flame is the star. 

In 2019 $22 000 has been raised by this provincial rally! The next edition will take place in May 2020.

For information :


Parcours des héros

The Parcours des Héros event is an urban obstacle race where agility, perseverance and team work is at stake. Each team is composed of 4 members and paired with an SOQ athlete to complete the race.

The 2019 edition raised $34 000 for SOQ. Thank you for your participation!

Stay tuned, the next edition will take place in September 2020 in Laval.

For information & registration:



Motionball - Marathon of Sport Montreal 

You love sports and having fun while giving back to your community? Register your team of 10 people and play sports like basketball, football, flag football, ultimate and floor hockey with Special Olympics athletes. Join us for this friendly sports day all while fundraising for Special Olympics Quebec.

Date : September 2020   



The 767 Challenge 

The 767 Challenge event is a unique concept where teams of 10 to 15 people pull a plane or heavy weight vehicles on the Air Canada base at the Montreal-Trudeau airport.

The 2019 edition raised $15 000 for SOQ. Thank you for your participation!

For information:


To organize an activity or participate to a fundraising event, please contact Special Olympics Québec at or 514 843-8778.


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