Personalized support is offered to youth organizations that need help to meet their Healthy Habits (HH) objective. Support may involve helping camps implement their objective, searching for funding to purchase equipment for kids from disadvantaged communities, or offering advice on getting camp teams to embrace HH.
Whether your organization’s objective lies in Healthy Eating, Physical Activities or Well-Being, our team is ready to help.
1. Register for the program if you haven’t already done so.
2. Define the HH objective.
3. Check the box marked “I want to be supported”
Power Up’s team will contact you about our project.
Whether to benefit from expertise in connection with physical activity, nutrition or body diversity, or to optimize counselor training, the Fondation Tremplin Santé team knows the right people to turn to for help.
The Fondation draws on a network of exceptional partners and collaborators with Canadian organizations that are pleased to answer questions and effectively meet your needs.
Our team plays an intermediary role to serve your needs. All you need to do is contact us.
Changing a menu at a summer camp is often synonymous with stress, and it can be met with resistance, both from campers and camp teams. The person in charge must have the proper tools if they wish to make lasting changes in favour of healthy habits and bring everyone on board.
The Menu Review service is tailored to each camp, based on its needs and limitations. Several tools are available free of charge, and some can be viewed on the Power Up portal. English-language services will be offered in the near future.
The Fondation Tremplin Santé’s approach aims to get campers and team members excited about trying new foods so that the changes can be made in a spirit of fun.
“At the risk of repeating myself, the tools you’ve developed – the games, challenges and other activities – are all of the highest quality, and they’re fun and easy–to–use and integrate. We’ll be sure to continue encouraging our communities to use them to the fullest.”
Martine Ayotte, agent, municipal recreation development, Loisir Sport Centre-du-Québec