Fondation des transporteurs par autobus
Since its foundation, 494 schools within 66 school boards have benefited from the financial support of the Fondation.
Of these, 184 received financial assistance for more than one project.
EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED PROJECTS
2018-19 School Year
A SPECIAL DAY OUTDOORS!
Écho-des-Montagnes Lavoie School- Des Phares School Board
The school’s 22 students, as well as teachers, took part in a day of sliding at Parc du Mont-Saint-Mathieu.
Here is an overview of their day: video
2017-18 School Year
POJET OF APPEASEMENT ROOM
Eurêka School - Laval School Board
Creation of an appeasement room to help students who have behavior management difficulties and deficit disorders. The room of appeasement or clean room allows the schoolchild to calm down when the need arises and help him to reintegrate the classroom to be ready to learning.
BULLYING AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION CAMP, Village des Sources
Marie-Reine School – Région-de-Sherbrooke School Board
This camp is held in the wild with various activities to help youngsters develop physical abilities to better know themselves through moments of reflection and dialogue.
There are three goals:
- Welcoming youngsters as they are with respect to help them get a fresh take on themselves and on others.
- Promoting dialogue with peers and seeing what, in their actions and words, is feeding anger, disregard and rejection, while taking a critical look at their own ways of doing things.
- Awakening the will for community commitment and promoting confidence and respect, while acting as a peace officer.
Fleur-des-Neiges School – Laurentides School Board
”Learning is made easier when the child is happy,” Katrina Ménard, Teacher. Video of the project
Provide students with a flexible working environment to fill their need to move. During the day, students may sit in different parts of the class–on stools, balls, cushions. Purchase of stations with which students sit on the floor with excellent support for the back. Purchase of swivel stools to let students move without disrupting others and promote good posture.
Pléiade School – Premières-Seigneuries School Board
The school’s three special education classes had cooking workshops. These workshops motivate students while developing different skills (e.g. fine motor skill, healthy lifestyles, etc.) and acquiring knowledge from the Training Program for Quebec Schools (Programme de formation de l’école québécoise) (e.g. reading, fractions, etc.) within a different learning environment. Various healthy recipes are made all year long.
FIELD TRIP TO THE MONTREAL BOOK FAIR (SALON DU LIVRE DE MONTRÉAL)
Pierre-de-Lestage High School - Samares School Board
This cultural field trip was the opportunity for eight grade students to come into contact for the first time with a great variety of books and authors, and maybe trigger a passion for reading.
RECORDING STUDIO FIELD TRIP
Alphonse-Pesant School – Pointe-de-l'Île School Board
The educational visit at Station7 (Cité-écoute) made the students of Ms. Sylvie Joyal’s class discover the world of radio in which professionals work. It was a great opportunity to improve their French skills and several other subject areas in a motivating environment. These fourth grade students appreciated their experience and they want to do it again!
Académie les Estacades – Chemin-du-Roy School Board
The culinary Brigades (Brigades Culinaires) students got to work to produce no less than 2,000 ginger bread cookies to celebrate the Christmas season and some well-deserved vacation. After four days of making cookies, the treats were distributed with great enjoyment on December 21, 2017. Students and staff roamed the floors of the Académie and went door-to-door to proudly hand out cookies and holiday wishes.
CULTURAL VISIT TO NEW YORK
Leblanc High School – Laval School Board
As a training supplement to Leblanc High School's theatre concentration in Laval, the cultural visit to New York was the opportunity for students to broaden their theatrical knowledge by seeing a top Broadway production.
WHEN STACKS BECOME BOOKS
Maria School – Lac-Saint-Jean School Board
The goal of this project is to expand the school’s library with appealing books adapted to new readers to help get children interested in reading, since learning is based on reading strategies. The primary funding approach is to collect stacks of used books, then recycle and sell them to buy brand new books.
Marguerite-De Lajemmerais High School – Montréal School Board
The goal of this project is to create the first female “FIRST LEGO League” team in Quebec. The project’s mission is to inspire young girls to become science and technology leaders by getting them involved in a fascinating program aimed at developing skills in science, engineering and technology.
Jeunes-du-Monde School – De la Capitale School Board
This sports project involves about fifty fourth to sixth grade students showing up before classes for a game with balls. This morning project has helped significantly reduce interpersonal conflicts in the schoolyard before school starts. Children taking part in the project develop social skills such as respect for others, collaboration and mutual help, civic spirit, sense of belonging to a group, and motor skills.
HEALTHY CANTEEN PROJECT
St-Julien School – Lac-Saint-Jean School Board
This project involved first grade students that make healthy snacks and sell them (at a low price) to other students at the school. This is a time for children to work on collaboration, listening skills, and manual dexterity. They learn about new varieties of fruits, vegetables, and dairy products. They develop oral communication and math skills. With this project, youngsters get an alternative to learning from traditional school manuals.Revenir aux onglets
Throughout the year, the Fondation benefits from activities organized by various suppliers to bring in some income to assist disadvantaged children at school. We wish to thank our partners, who help make these activities come to life, as well as all participants.
VENTE DE BILLETS MOITIÉ-MOITIÉ
26-27-28 juin 2019
Dans le cadre du congrès de la Fédération, une vente billets Moitié-Moitié au profit de la Fondation a eu lieu.
Durant les 3 jours, les membres, les fournisseurs et les partenaires ont participé à cette collecte de fonds pour un total de 8 020$. Ce qui a permis de remettre le montant de 4 010$ au gagnant lors du tirage du 28 juin.
SOUPER-SPECTACLE: LE CIRQUE À L'HONNEUR
23 février 2019 - Québec
Le Bonne Entente était l’hôte du souper-bénéfice 2019 qui a permis d’amasser plus de 21 000$. Cette somme correspond au tiers des sommes redistribuées en aide financière pour les projets qui nous sont soumis à chaque année. Les 147 convives ont vécu une soirée inoubliable sous le thème, «Le Cirque à l’honneur». Merci à notre présentateur Intact Assurance.
IRON CHEF DINNER!
February 17, 2018 – Quebec City
The “Iron Chef”-themed evening was held at the Promotions room of the Séminaire de Québec. The activity was hosted by none other than wine steward Philippe Lapeyrie and chefs Marjorie Maltais, Simon Renaud and Stéphane Modat. This fundraising event raised $18,405.
BIENVENUE QUÉBEC ONLINE AUCTION
October 23, 24 & 25, 2017 – Laval
The online auction, held during the Bus Carriers Federation’s annual travel trade show, raised $4,534.
DRAW – AUTOGRAPHED CAREY PRICE LICENSED JERSEY
July 1, 2017 – Mont-Sainte-Anne
The activity helped raise $4,290. Ms. Isabelle Émard of Leeds Transit is the lucky winner of the jersey.
MAJOR FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN
February 18, 2017 – Quebec City
Over 140 guests showed up for this memorable dancing party at the National Assembly of Quebec’s Le Parlementaire restaurant, during which the Fondation raised $20,500.
MANY THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS!Revenir aux onglets
ATTENTION: Toutes les demandes d'aide pour l'année scolaire 2018-2019 ont été analysées. Il sera possible de soumettre un nouveau projet à partir de septembre 2019 uniquement.
- La Fondation désire s’impliquer pour différents types de projets et NON strictement pour une demande de location d'autobus scolaire ou autocar;
- Un MAXIMUM de 3 demandes par école et de classes différentes seront acceptées pour analyse, afin de donner la chance à plus d’écoles;
- La date limite pour déposer une demande pour l’année scolaire était le 31 mars 2019.
PROCÉDÉ DE LECTURE DES DEMANDES
Les administrateurs de la Fondation procéderont à l’analyse des demandes reçues, à divers moments durant l’année, de façon regroupée ET PAR priorité de date de réalisation des projets.
LIST OF ACCEPTED PROJECTS FOR 2018-19
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Your project has been accepted? In return for this financial assistance, the Fondation requires reporting that may translate into the following:
- Record after your activity was held;
- Photos of your project (100 dpi or high resolution JPG format);
- Video of your project;
- Any communication mentioning our support:
- Article in the school or local paper;
- Correspondence sent to parents;
- School board news release;
- News release on your school board’s site.
You must forward you project’s report to us no later than 30 days after your activity was held.
For more information on the Fondation: Ms. Madeleine Mailhot 418-476-8181 ext. 214 or email@example.comRevenir aux onglets
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Since its inception in 2007, the Fondation des transporteurs par autobus has helped thousands of elementary and high school students complete various cultural, academic, and athletic projects.
The Fondation des transporteurs par autobus is a registered charity.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Caroline Vallée, Chairperson
Guylaine Perron, Treasurer
Julie Lahaye, Administrator
Autobus B. Dion Itée
Martin Désilets, Administrator
Autobus Désilets inc.
Luc Lafrance, Chief Executive Officer
Bus Carriers Federation
- Madeleine Mailhot firstname.lastname@example.org
418 476-8181 ext. 214
- Diane Villeneuve email@example.com
418 476-8181 ext. 210
- Julie Blanchet firstname.lastname@example.org
418 476-8181 ext. 216
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