At Québon, the well-being and the healthy development of our youth are important. That’s why we’re involved with organizations that help youth in Quebec flourish. Let’s kick off good health and happy studies, one glass of milk at a time.

  • Club des Petits Déjeuners du Québec

    Every single morning of the school year, before class begins, the Club des petits déjeuners du Québec serves hot breakfasts to students, providing two essential ingredients for our youth to start their school day: a nutritious breakfast and a nourishing environment.

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  • The Quebec Society for Disabled Children

    The Quebec Society for Disabled Children helps young people with disabilities achieve their dreams. It also assists parents in their efforts to provide the help, attention and encouragement their child needs.

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  • OLO Foundation

    The OLO Foundation provides economically and socially disadvantaged mothers-to-be with a daily egg, a quart of milk, a glass of orange juice, and vitamin supplements. Offered through CLSCs, the Foundation’s programs strive to improve the nutrition and well-being of mothers-to-be so that their babies will be born healthy and have a strong start to life.

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  • Comité RAP Côte-Nord

    Le Comité Réussite-Accomplissement-Persévérance Côte-Nord aims to mobilize and draw upon the entire Côte-Nord region to promote educational success and prevent school dropout for students, both locally and regionally.

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  • Love

    The LOVE organization is a national initiative recognized for its work in violence prevention among youth. Its mission is to promote non-violence by developing programs for youth, by youth.

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