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The 28 Days Sober Challenge now well rooted in Quebec culture
More than $450,000 was raised at the Fondation Jean Lapointe 28 Days Sober Challenge with 7,050 participants and their sponsors. With its brand new ludification platform, the 28 days sober movement has brought to light a new observation: the month of sobriety is now firmly rooted in Quebec culture.
To learn more about the 28 Days Sober Challenge: www.defi28jours.com
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The 28 Day Sobriety Challenge is a unique movement that started in 2013 when two young professionals decided to stop drinking for the month of February. On the basis of that experience, the Fondation Jean Lapointe set up a committee tasked with publicizing the challenge in order to raise money for its activities.
See you in February 2019
This will help us raise awareness on the risks of using alcohol and drugs among 76,000 teens aged 12-14, in an effort to attack the roots of this pervasive problem in Quebec. Discover our awareness program APT: «My Independance matters to me!».
Our 2017 Ambassadors - They are there for you, for us and for our youth, discover them!
See how Julie Roy from Roy. is motivated to stay sober 28 days in February to benefit the Fondation Jean Lapointe (french video).
Discover why Jonathan Garnier from La Guilde Culinaire will take up the 28 Days Sobriety Challenge for a 4th consecutive Year (french video).
Discover why Karima Brikh, journalist and animator will take up the 28 Days Sobriety Challenge (french video).
Discover why Kim Thomassin, Vice-President at the Caisse de dépôt et placements du Québec will take up the 28 Days Sobriety Challenge (french video).