Alex’s charitable causes

As an Olympic medallist, Alex has the privilege of being involved in various causes. He thinks it’s very important to get involved and be committed to causes.

Causes near and dear to his heart

Jeux du Québec 2016

2016 Montreal Quebec Games

Alex is the president of the organizing committee for the 51th final of the Quebec Games scheduled to take place in Montreal in the summer of 2016. He accepted with the mission to inspire young athletes, to help them follow their dreams and inculcate values that sport brought him. 

Visit the Quebec Games' website
mAB

MAB-Mackay Foundation

The MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre is a leader in physical rehabilitation for children with motor impairments, who are blind or have visual impairments, who are deaf or hard of hearing. The « Alexandre Bilodeau Fund for Adapted Sports at the MAB-Mackay” is a $1 Million campaign that aims to help disabled children attain new levels of  achievement previously believed to be out of their reach, and inspire them to live their lives to the fullest through sports and physical activity.

MAB-Mackay Foundation
Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation

Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation

According to Alex, sport has been his best “school of life” because of the values it has instilled in him. Promoting these values is an endless source of motivation for him.

Visit the Foundation’s website
cerebralpalsy

Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta

Cerebral palsy is a cause near and dear Alex’s heart because his brother is affected by the disease. Frédéric has greatly contributed to the person Alex has become today and Alex’s involvement in the cause is his way of thanking him. Together, they were Canadian spokespeople for the first ever World Cerebral Palsy Day.

Visit the Association’s website
CAPHC

Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres for Cerebral Palsy Research

Alex contributed to Cerebral Palsy research when he donated the proceeds from the sale of Canada Post stamps commemorating the first Olympic gold medal won on Canadian soil in 2010 to the Association.

Visit the CAPHC website
assoparalysie_qc

Association de la paralysie cérébrale du Québec

Alex participated in many of the Foundation’s events, including fundraising.

Visit the Association’s website
Duathlon Urbain

Urban Duathlon

Alexandre Bilodeau, double Olympic champion (Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014) returns as a spokesman for the Urban Duathlon 5th anniversary, an event and a cause close to his heart .

Urban Duathlon

World Cerebral Palsy Day

Since 2013, Alex & Frederic are proud ambassadors of World CP Day, a global innovation project to change the world for people living with cerebral palsy and their families.

World Cerebral Palsy Day

We Day

Speaker for the 18,000 participants. He deeply touched them with his inspirational message.

We Day

Three to be

Participation at the Stems of Hope Gala, donating the skis he had on for his Olympic victory. The skis fetched 15,000$ for the organization.

Three to be

Articles about Alex’s charitable causes

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