Multiforce is proud to be associated with United Way/Centraide, an organization that support more than 185 community groups of the Quebec city and Chaudière-Appalaches region.

United Way/Centraide collects donations from the public and businesses to support community organizations that help individuals and families living in poverty or exclusion to regain control over their lives. Multiforce’s management and their employees did not hesitate to get involved with this organization, a cause dear to their heart for its values and concrete results.

Should you wish to find out more on Centraide’s mission, visit their web site at www.centraide-quebec.com

Each one of us can make a difference!


Laura LÉMERVEIL is recognized for its unique and personalized approach inspired by the life of Laura and her mother. The LÉMERVEIL approach advocates the right to self-fulfillment despite the complexity and severity of handicap experienced by children. Through a plethora of stimulating activities, the multi-handicaped child experiences life under several aspects thanks to the application of adapted measures that overcome situations of disability.

The LÉMERVEIL approach is defined as a global approach that offers keys to open the doors to the complex universe of multi-handicaped children rather than asking them to adapt to our own, filled with inabilities and failures. Laura Lémerveil’s employees and volunteers thus meet and adapt to the needs of children with multiple disabilities.

Walk for Memories

The Walk for Memories is an opportunity to get involved and support a parent, relative or friend to be solidary with people living with Alzheimer’s or a related disease.

This annual event aims at raising awareness of the community about Alzheimer, collect funds to support regional Alzheimer societies that offer quality services to people with the disease and their families and to contribute to medical research.

Multiforce is proud to support this foundation to achieve their goal.




The Société québécoise de récupération et de recyclage was created in 1990 by the Quebec government. The ministry responsible for the enforcement of the law of Recyc-Québec, the Loi sur la Société québécoise de récupération et de recyclage (L.R.Q., c. S-22.01), is the ministry of Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs. This law specifies the mission and mandates of the Society, better known as Recyc-Québec.

Recyc-Québec’s mandate defined in its law is“to promote, develop and encourage the reduction, reuse, recovery and recycling of containers, packaging, materials or products, as well as recovery from the perspective of resource conservation. (…) The Société can, as part of its objects, enter into an agreement with any person, municipality, society or organization.”

Défi Climat

Multiforce has made a commitment to take concrete action to fight against climate change by reducing its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

Why take up the Climate Challenge?

  • To do our part for the environment
  • To participate in the movement of a more sustainable society
  • To reduce energy consumption
  • To respect future generations
  • To improve quality of life and health

The BioForce team acts in this project as with our professional mandates. Not only reach our goal, but exceed it!