A new field inaugurated by the Montreal Impact Foundation

A new field inaugurated by the Montreal Impact Foundation

UPGRADE DAY

The Montreal Impact Foundation inaugurated a fourth multi-sport mini-court on Tuesday, this time at Parc du Moulin in Laval. 

Inaugurated in the presence of Zachary Brault-Guillard, Sebastian Breza and Kei Kamara, these facilities are in addition to those of Champdoré and Joe-Beef parks in Montreal, as well as Paul-André-Potvin park in Shawinigan. The last field was entirely financed by the organization associated with CF Montreal, which disbursed $400,000 for its construction.

“We are always proud to be able to give back to the community through our mini-fields : safe and healthy gathering places for young people and families from vulnerable backgrounds,” said Carmie Frassetti Saputo, President of the Montreal Impact Foundation.

“The collaboration with the City of Laval from the beginnings of the project until today has been most natural and fruitful, thanks in particular to this common objective of improving access to sport for young people as well as the quality of life in the Saint-François district. /p>

This land comes as the Parc du Moulin is completely redeveloped. The tennis and basketball courts have also been renovated, and a permanent multifunctional ice rink should open in 2024.