Charity challenge 2022 : children’s rights ahead !

This year, after a 2-year break, the International Bureau for Children’s Rights will be at the starting line of the Scotiabank Charity Challenge on April 23 and 24, 2022 at Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal. Join our team for this challenge of the body and the heart: run to raise funds for children here and abroad! 

Who can participate? 

The race is open to everyone! You can run with your family, your colleagues or your friends as part of the IBCR team! Young or old, Sunday runners or more experienced, you have the choice: run the 1km, 5km, 10km or 21km circuit. 

Not in Montreal? Good news, this year’s challenge is also for those who can’t join in virtually! You will have one month, from March 23 to April 24, to run your own race and raise awareness about children’s rights.  

How to participate? 

It’s very simple, just register through the International Bureau for Children’s Rights website. It is important to register through this link as the Scotiabank Run will donate an additional $5 for each registration! 

A step-by-step guide has been prepared for you to help you with your registration, which you can view right here! 

To register and run with us, in Montreal or online, click here : 


 Where will the money go? 

All money raised will be used to finance our projects in Quebec, Canada and internationally. Your donations allow us to go further in our actions to make children’s rights a reality for every child. Sign up now and join us in our efforts for children’s rights! 

You want to help us but can’t run with us? You can still support us by making a donation right here. Don’t hesitate to share this link with your friends and family!


Children’s Rights ahead !  

Children are welcome! 
We will cover the registration fee for children who wish to run on the IBCR team. Please contact us before April 5th by email at with name, surname and race (1K, 5K, 10K) and we will send a registration code.